For over 150 years, Burberry has been providing the finest quality clothes to the biggest and most legendary names in history, including famous explorers, arctic expedition teams, and the British Royal family. With such a rich British heritage to draw upon, you can rely on Burberry to produce timeless vintage designs crafted from the finest materials, but the brand is not content to rest on its laurels. Under the new creative director Riccardo Tisci, Burberry continue to push forward with fresh contemporary designs to suit the cultivated and refined gentleman. Expect leather Chelsea boots, elegant polished brogues, and shearling-lined check boots.
- One in five coats exported from Britain is a Burberry.
- Burberry invented the Trench Coat for The Great War.
- Burberry has a royal warrant from Queen Elizabeth II.
- The brand has been worn by legendary explorers in history.
- Burberry now operates over 500 stores worldwide.
History of Mens Burberry Shoes
It all started with the battle against British weather. Way back in 1856, Thomas Burberry opened his first store in Basingstoke, England, producing clothes designed to protect the British people from the challenging weather conditions. It was the first chapter in a legend of British fashion which has been growing for over 150 years. In 1879, Burberry changed the landscape of protective clothing by developing a new fabric called Gabardine which was a water-resistant but hardwearing and breathable fabric. Over the many successful decades of business, Burberry clothing went on to play a vital role in several world-changing events, providing clothing for the first man to reach the South Pole, and for Ernest Shackleton’s expeditions across Antarctica. Burberry would develop the Trench Coat for soldiers serving in the first World War to help them carry vital accessories on their person with ease, and would later be issued with royal warrants to provide clothing for the British Royal family. Much has changed over the years, including the very name of the business which was known as ‘Burberrys’ for many years before recently reverting back to the original iconic name of simply ‘Burberry’. Under the guidance of new creative director Riccardo Tisci, Burberry continue to be the quintessentially British choice for clothing and footwear.
Current shoe collections
POLISHED LEATHER CHELSEA BOOTS: Classic leather boots with vintage Burberry appeal, featuring slick decorative perforations.
ASHMORE CHECK PRINT COTTON SLIDES: The trademark check pattern is a hallmark of classic Burberry, featuring branded insole.
SHEARLING-LINED LEATHER AND CHECK BOOTS: Utterly gorgeous boots from the British institution, featuring a stacked sole, check panels in a blend of wool and cashmere, and super-soft shearling lining.
WHITE LOGO-PRINT LEATHER SNEAKERS: A fresh contemporary spin on the timeless low-top sneaker, with bold Burberry branding and cushioned ankle cuff.
BARKESTON BROGUE LEATHER BOOTS: Fusing the rich British heritage of Burberry with contemporary elegance, these stylish brown boots are crafted to last for long-term duty with accentuated tread.
Famous people wearing Burberry Shoes
The Burberry brand is the choice of British royalty, providing weatherproof clothing for Queen Elisabeth II since 1955, and receiving a Royal warrant to clothe the Prince of Wales in 1990. Other huge names who are happy to be seen in Burberry include Barack Obama, Lewis Hamilton, Zac Efron, David Beckham, Andrew Garfield, and Matt Smith.
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