Brown and navy Caxton correspondent shoes
Nicholas Charles Tyrwhitt Wheeler Founder & owner
"A quirkier pair of shoes inspired by the jazz age, these co-respondent shoes are designed to be office-friendly. Extremely well made using the finest calf leather."
- Luxury calf leather & premium suede
- Made in Northamptonshire
- Goodyear welted providing unrivalled strength, durabilty and ventilation
- Traditional leather sole with stylish rubber dovetail insert
- Full leather breathable lining
- New flat laces and luxury burgundy lining
- Specialist clean only
Standard shipping £4.95
- From receipt of order we aim to deliver within 5 working days.
Our 6 months no quibble returns policy
- We want you to love our products as much as we do but if you don't then you can send them back to us within six months of purchase.
80% of customers liked this product (10 reviews)
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|Rather pricey but attractive and well made.|
|For myself, the fit was too wide, I have narrow feet and these were larger than normal fit shoes in my opinion. I did like the shoes though, shame they didn't fit.|
|perfect just what i was looking for|
|Good on-line Service.|
|The company kept me informed on all aspects of my order|
|My partner is over the moon with the style, fit, and quality of the product. It was delivered in great condition, with each shoe in individual material bags within the shoe box with a shoe horn also. They are lovely. Thank you.|
|The service was quite good. I made the order online on the 25th,December. By morning of the 27th I was contacted about the order. By the 28th after verifying payment order, the goods were brought in. This for me is very good service considering that that period was holiday season. The letter from the founder goes a long way to assure the customer that he is dealing with an organization that thrive|
|The shoes arrived with a large hole in the box. On opening the box, the shoes had not been damaged, but the packaging was. These shoes looked like returns as they were not immaculate as you might expect for shoes costing over £100. The suede, plus the soles had evidence of wear and I noticed that once purchased there were no more of these shoes for sale, suggesting these were the last and th|