Grenson G:LAB for Poste Shoes


Grenson have produced these very limited edition G:LAB’s for Poste Shoes, available in two multicoloured colourways.

G:LAB is a name for Grenson’s more experimental shoes; the ones that are made in very small numbers and aren’t in the collection. Essentially, it’s a way for Grenson designer Tim to play around with shoe designs and skip out the long process of putting them into production. This plays perfectly for short runs and collaborations such as these.

Here we see what is essentially an “Angus V”, or an Angus upper on a Vibram wedge sole unit. Available in two colourways, both feature a cherry red heel panel and a tam panel on the upper with the rest of the shoe in either a striking blue or rich green. Both shoes feature white eyelets to compliment the Vibram sole unit and white stitching found on the welt.

These have been produced for London’s Poste Shoes and are only available in-store (address below). There’s only 18 pairs of each colourway, so if you want these on your shoe shelf, you’d best hurry.

Poste Shoes
10 South Molton Street
W1 K 5QJ


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