James Loafer - Black

$375.00 Sale: $168.00

What you need to know

Grenson was born in 1866 as William Green & Son and soon became known for consistency of craftsmanship and materials. The ‘Grenson’ identity was formed in the 1930s and was one of the first brand names to be registered in the UK. With Goodyear welted production at the heart of the Grenson business, the company also introduced the Grens-In Sole to provide soft underfoot flexibility. Innovation in construction, design and materials has kept Grenson modern while retaining the heritage and craftsmanship that confirms Grenson as one of England’s master shoemakers since 1866.

The Semi Brogue is a very British shoe. Made for the city but worn today almost anywhere, Tom is soft and unlined, but just as at home in the Bank Managers office as in the bar.

100% Leather Upper
100% Premium Leather
Soft and Unlined
Classic Dress Loafer
Grenson sizing can be a bit tricky - check out our guide & get it right the first time.

Customer Reviews


The shoes are ok at best. They look good, but the feel isn't great. They feel cheap. The leather is really, really soft and doesn't feel like very high quality. I doubt they'd last very long under regular wear. Also, I'm pretty sure I received a used pair of shoes. The soles are already marked up like they were on pavement. They'd get marked with my wear, but I would rather start with new shoes rather than some broken in already. There's also a scuff on the outside of the left shoe. Overall, pretty crappy experience.