The classic Dr Martens boot is synonymous with British working class youth movements and the Dr Martens shoe factory outlet is the place to pick up serious bargains for this classic British shoe brand starting anywhere from £15.
Crockett & Jones shoes certainly embody quality and a timeless aesthetic and the shoe factory shop offers a good, broad range with prices from £130, considerably less than half the usual retail price. All beautifully handcrafted shoes and all 'exquisitely English' and why, I believe, Crockett & Jones shoes are so incredibly popular with an international audience.
If you take a visit to the Tricker's shoe factory shop, you'll begin to understand how this small shoe factory nestled in the heart of Northampton town centre has proudly managed to remain 'English shoemakers since 1829' with a royal seal of approval to boot.
In terms of discounts, the shoes I tried on had anything from 40% off outlet prices (let alone retail prices) to a whopping 70% off for quality Church's shoes. So, for the sake of St George’s, for England and for a bastion of fine shoemaking in the very heart of our green and pleasant land I openly and eagerly recommend a visit to Church’s shoe factory shop.