Bench-made in England for over 120 years, and almost completely handmade — they even use boar bristles instead of needles — Edward Greens are shoes for the guy who's really made it (or the guy who plans to). They're classic penny loafers in an antique calfskin, with light oak-bark-tanned leather soles. And, each pair of EGs comes with its own set of lasted shoe trees, which we always cite as the most underestimated part of a man's wardrobe. Putting them in your shoes when not in wear is like giving them a good night's sleep. It just makes them feel better.
“On the surface, the answer is super simple – it means they are resoleable… Resoling your shoes is essentially the same as replacing the tires on your car. When you wear your tires down, you don't get a new car... you install new tires, get them balanced & re-aligned, and you're good to go for a few more years. Then you repeat the process.”