Classic full grain boat shoes, the authentic original icon of prep style. True to heritage, they're still hand-sewn using time-honoured craftsmanship, with premium materials that made them legendary.
A Chukka boot has both a sporting and military heritage. A Chukka boot is constructed using three pieces of outer material: Inner Quarter, Outer Quarter, and Low Cut Front with two or three eyelets. With style variations similar to a derby shoe, Chukka boots are generally unlined, although lined versions are available and are often considered to be among the most comfortable footwear
Derby shoes are possibly the most versatile of all shoe styles, bridging the gap between smart and easy casual. A Brogue Derby is easily the most recognizable variation, made popular with the introduction of the full country Brogue which was developed for practical uses in the different outfit
A Derby boot has both a sporting and military heritage. A Derby boot is constructed using twoo pieces of outer material: Front and Back side. With style variations similar to a derby shoe, are often considered to be among the most comfortable footwear
With American roots and connections to the original moccasin, the Loafers have grown more and more in recent years. A shoe 'without lacing', the Loafers among the dress shoes, are the most casual style of British Passport. They are commonly produced with lining and constructed with a full piece of leather or two sections, including galoshes and aprons.
Soft, unstructured and ultra-comfortable moccasins were made famous by the Italians in the 1960s. Made with care and by an experienced hand, a car shoes will make your driving easy. Made with calf full grain and soft suedes. Extremely comfortable and lightweight, it's a perfect wearing during the summer months.
Rumored to have been developed by an Alpine monk in the 15th century and worn in all European monasteries, this style was popularized in the 1920s. Unbeknown to many, a Monk with a strap features the fit and construction similar to a Derby. With open quarters and a full cut upper and tongue, Monk straps (single and double buckle) are extraordinarily comfortable on the foot. However, they won't offer the same level of adjustment, due to the absence of laces.
The most easily recognisable of all classic styles, is the elegant English Oxford. A formal style that dates back over two hundred years, it is thought to have been named by the students at Oxford University, although it is almost certain that the style predates this ‘naming’ further still. The sequence of operations for constructing an Oxford differs to a Derby. The Inside and outside Quarters are stitched underneath the Vamp and the tongue is stitched in separately underneath the Quarters/Vamp/Facing. Often referred to as 'Closed Lacing'.
Ever since sneakers were brought to the masses in the early 1900s, they’ve been a staple of the footwear industry. Not only did these rubber-bound shoes provide a comfortable, capable means of traversal for the common citizen, but they began to take on a life of their own as a fashionable accessory that could complement, and sometimes, complete, an outfit. Soon, manufacturers realized that the sneaker was more than a piece of everyday footwear - it was a stylish centerpiece that would define mankind’s approach toward discernable culture.
An illustrious past has portrayed the Chelsea boot in various lights along the way. The origin of the name is a matter of debate, but these elastic sided boots date back to the mid-1800s. With strong last development, British Passport is able to offer a selection of Chelsea boots ranging from elegant to casual country styling. Fine pattern cutting, and expert shoemaking, means British Passport makes some of the finest Chelsea boots on offer today.