The Avon ‘F’ by Joseph Cheaney & Sons is a heavy duty derby brogue; a quintessential British country style.
These shoes feature a classic derby brogue design on the upper , which is made from a mix of large grain leather and also a tweed fabric by Moon, a renowned English textile mill. The soles are made from leather and wood as well as a stormwelted commando sole.
Cheaney’s shoes are manufactured in Northhampton, England with traditional shoe-making processes for heritage and exceptional quality.
E = Narrow | F = Average | G = Wide | H = Extra Wide
Each Cheaney style is produced on a particular three dimensional 'last' which gives it its distinctive shape and feel. The images below show some of the most popular Cheaney lasts in the current range.
Martin Grey in our Bow Lane, City of London store, explains the differences between styles. He discusses toe shapes, lasts, key measurements when fitting and gives some guidance on what to look out for when choosing a Cheaney.
7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 12