Alfred Sargent Radwell Chukka in Sienna Grain
In 1899, Alfred Sargent, together with his sons, Frank and Harry, set up his company, Alfred Sargent and Sons, in the town of Rushden, Northamptonshire, England.
By the 1960’s the fourth generation of Sargents had joined the business, and the traditional manufacture of footwear was gradually infused with the changing trends and styles of fashion. Many of the old traditions of finishing that Alfred first used in the early 1900’s have been rediscovered with a modern twist to reflect today’s style and the quality demands of today’s customer.
To this day, small groups of master craftsmen take time to select the best calf leathers and suedes, then cut, stitch, last and finish them as generations of Sargents have done for over a century.
Alfred Sargent Radwell Chukka
– Oak bark soles
– London waist
– Channelled soles
– Hand pinned heels
– Self leather linings