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Joseph Cheaney Shoes have been making high quality men’s footwear since 1886 and celebrates over 125 years of expert English craftsmanship.

Purchased from Church & Co. Ltd. in August, 2009 by Jonathan and William Church the company has returned to independent English ownership for the first time in 45 years.

The brand has developed and prospered by dedicating itself to manufacturing high quality men’s footwear using the Goodyear Welt method; the best know way to manufacture footwear built to last.

Melding quality with comfort it takes up to 8 weeks to make a pair of Cheaney shoes involving over 200 hand operations, preserving traditional shoemaking methods. In an ever-changing world, the fact that all shoes are still made in the same Northamptonshire factory from ‘cut to close’ is testament to the skill and dedication of employees both past and present.

The Cheaney customer invests in a quality made shoe that is timeless in style, contemporary in design, purely made in England.

The Cheaney brand prides itself on an ability to incorporate design led innovation into its collection, which is why they remain at the forefront of premium English shoemaking.

Joseph Cheaney shoes have a high specification and are available in superior department stores and independent stockists throughout the world.