The Grenson Factory

In 1866, William Green began making shoes in Rushden, Northamptonshire. As his business grew he moved into his first "factory" at Green Yard in 1874 - one of the first factories in the World to use the Goodyear Welted method of shoemaking. In 1895, Willam Green moved the production to Queen Street in Northampton. In 2013 the factory moved for the first time since William Green moved to Queen Street. The new factory is modern, clean and efficient, signalling Grenson's future as a modern business.
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Shoemaking at the Grenson factory

Shoemaking at the Grenson factory

Grenson Shoes factory machinery

Grenson Shoes factory machinery

Grenson shoemaking Private White collaboration

Inspired by family heritage and born out of a devotion to British manufacturing, Private White V.

foot the coacher by GRENSON − The Form of New English Shoes −   | Pick up | BEAMS

foot the coacher by GRENSON − The Form of New English Shoes − | Pick up | BEAMS

glass magazine || A modern heritage

glass magazine || A modern heritage

Is it on the trolley?

On the production line. Shoes from the Grenson & Barbour collaboration.

hand crafted

hand crafted

The old days

At Grenson’s Shoe Factory

Mr Porter Grenson - Behind The Brand

In the first of a new series, we look at why heritage, history and a modern aesthetic set Grenson shoes apart. If you like what you see, browse our full rang.


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