Derby Shoes

Men’s Derby Shoes

Men’s Derby shoes are defined by the open laced design of the shoe, whereas an Oxford shoe has the lace eyelets stitched to the upper of the footwear.

Men’s Derby shoes were originally a sporting and hunting shoe during the 1800s. However, during the 20th Century the shoe gained a more formal reputation and was acceptable to wear with suits.

As some of the most formal shoes around, men’s Derby shoes look great when combined with a pair of suit trousers, a shirt, tie and blazer combination. Check out heritage brands like Grenson for a pair of black derby shoes.

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