The Loake shoemaking tradition began in 1880 when brothers Thomas, John and William opened a factory in Northampton in the heart of the English shoemaking industry. The aim was to provide the most handsome, comfortable and durable gentlemen's shoes possible. Loake are equally obsessive about the quality of the materials they use. Only the finest grade leathers are chosen to ensure both the finish and the comfort of your Loake shoe. The process required to make a pair of Goodyear Welted Loake shoes involves some 170 skilled craftspeople, up to 75 shoe parts and over 200 different operations. It takes on average eight weeks from start to finish to complete each pair.
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