Barker mcclean leather suede brogue shoe cedar calf/navy suede made in england
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Use our handy conversion guide to help find your size. It’s best to use this as a rule of thumb, since sizes and measurements can vary from brand to brand.
|UK||US||EU / IT||SML|
|5||6||39||S / M|
|5.5||6.5||39.5||S / M|
|6||7||40||S / M|
|6.5||7.5||40.5||S / M|
|7||8||41||S / M|
|7.5||8.5||41.5||S / M|
|8||9||42||S / M|
|8.5||9.5||42.5||S / M|
|9||10||43||M / L|
|9.5||10.5||43.5||M / L|
|10||11||44||M / L|
|10.5||11.5||44.5||M / L|
|11||12||45||M / L|
|11.5||12.5||45.5||M / L|
|12||13||46||M / L|
|12.5||13.5||46.5||M / L|
|13||14||47||L / XL|
|Narrow||A / F||B / N / C|
|Standard||G||D / M / R|
|Wide||E / H||2E / W|
|Extra extra wide||EEEE||4E|
Product description, delivery options, & returns policy
A modern take on a classic full brogue with intricate wingtip and toe punched detail with navy suede pattern.
Barker shoes have been an English tradition for over 135 years. Only the most carefully selected leathers are used and the uppers are shaped on the last by hand. Many other traditional shoemaking methods are still employed including slow natural drying and polishing. This is why Barker English shoes have a unique quality that no machine can ever match.
Barker have been making shoes in the Northamptonshire village of Earls Barton since 1880. In a changing world, it's good to know you can still find perfection if you look for it.
Ghia Menswear returns policy
14 day returns
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return the item in its original condition within 14 days of receipt.
Please contact Ghia Menswear here for a RAN number should you wish to return any goods.
Returned items should be unused and must be returned in original packaging with all tags and labels attached + any enclosed documentation.
Ghia Menswear will issue a full refund on receipt. Alternatively, if preferred, they will exchange the item.
The item is your responsibility until it reaches Ghia Menswear. Therefore for your own protection we recommend that you send the parcel using a delivery service that insures you for the value of the goods.
The cost of returning the item is your responsibility.
Delivery charges are only refundable where goods are faulty and a refund is made.