Church's is a British brand of classic footwear and exclusive hand-made in England. The historic brand was founded in 1873 by Thomas Church along with his three sons Alfred, William and Thomas Jr., descendant of a family of shoemakers who, since 1675, produces impeccable handmade shoes, in the grand tradition of the medieval Northempton.
Within a few years, the workshop Churc'hs becomes a major manufacture of high quality footwear, the point of reference for the best shoe stores, for the high society of London and Britain. In the twentieth century, Church's exports its shoes in the rest of the world and in 1921 began producing shoes for women, in response to a diverse society, in which women and fashion seem to have a promising relationship.
Church's, as well as producing the classic shoe leather, Goodyear invents the building, which combines the finest in futuristic uppers rubber sole, ensuring maximum comfort and adaptability of the shoe, as well as allowing a perfect soling. To build each pair of Church's takes about 250 manufacturing steps and 8 weeks of time.
One of the oldest models, the "Adaptable", won the gold medal at the "Crystal Palace Exhibition" in 1884, and in 1965, Church's received by Queen Elizabeth II the prestigious "Queen's" for exports, which officially recognizes the value century-old tradition of the English factory and brand leadership at the international level.