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William Lennon and Co Limited – BOOTS FOR MEN – Made in Derbyshire

http://www.williamlennon.co.uk

Established in 1899 to service the then burgeoning local quarrying and lead mining industries with quality work boots, William Lennon have been manufacturing their ‘ruff-lander’ and ‘A L White’ branded footwear in their current Peak District premises since 1904.  They are now the only remaining heavy duty safety, foundry and agricultural boot manufacturer in the UK. They are also stockists and distributors of other footwear brands and styles, some of which like Solvair boots and shoes are made in the UK but others, like CAT, are not.

William Lennon are manufacturers and distributors of men’s industrial, agricultural and country footwear – steel toe cap, safety boots, safety shoes, work boots and rigger boots, including some specialist items such as large sizes, vegetarian and vegan styles and lightweight composite toe boots. As well as the occupational footwear they run a range of dealer boots, shepherds boots and Solovair boots and shoes. Their prices are very competitive and include free P & P.

William Lennon have fab range of boots and are well worth a look.  I have a pair of Rufflander S14 boots and they are very comfortable.

William Lennon d109 safety rigger work boots

William Lennon d109 safety rigger work boots

William Lennon RB3 Safety Boots

William Lennon RB3 Safety Boots

William Lennon 11OR Steel Toe Caps

William Lennon 11OR Steel Toe Caps

William Lennon 78N Hob Nailed Boots

William Lennon 78N Hob Nailed Boots

William Lennon World War 1 Replica Boot

William Lennon World War 1 Replica Boot

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British Made Shoes and Boots: 100+ footwear brands still made in Britain – UK Made Shoes

The words "Made in England" on the sole of a Hotter VICTOR MEN'S GORE-TEX BOOT. Photograph by author.

The words “Made in England” on the sole of a Hotter VICTOR MEN’S GORE-TEX BOOT. Photograph by author.

British made footwear is still the best quality in the world. There are still plenty of British footwear makers. You can still buy British made shoes – why not do so and keep the industry alive. Here are well over 100 quality UK footwear brands still manufacturing in the UK (in no particular order):

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