Foster & Son

4 out of 5 Based on 8 reviews

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Foster & Son

83 Jermyn Street
St. James's
+44 (0)20 7930 5385
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Piccadilly Circus, Underground


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4 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Foster & Son

5.0 out of 5 18 May 2013
by aliknecht

Foster & Son ist einer dieser wunderbaren alteingesessenen Schuhmacher Englands, der hier in Jermyn Street seine Auslage dem traditionsbewussten Herrn mit Stil offeriert.more

4.0 out of 5 2 May 2013
by abigailblake88

I think that their shoes are comfortable and affordable. The service is not so fast, but the staff is always polite and friendly. According to me the comfort really matters. I'm looking for a firm heel counters, removable insoles and wide toe boxes. I hate so much when I have corns or other problems, caused by ill-fitting shoes. I like to wear orthopedic inserts, because they're quite good for...more

4.0 out of 5 22 March 2011
by Martin B.

W.S. Foster & Son is apparently the oldest shoe and boot maker in London.

Their shop on Jermyn Street is fairly small, but has a nice variety of different classic British ready-made shoes as well as a range of accessories such as wallets and bags.

They are especially well-known as bespoke shoe makers, and various famous people such as Fred Astaire and Cary Cooper ordered their shoes from...more

5.0 out of 5 3 March 2010
by iodax

Foster & Son is the oldest shoemakers in London.

Their lovely shop on Jermyne Street still has a selection of lasts belonging to the great and good from history - including kings and queens and everyone from Carry Grant to Fred Astaire.

A bespoke pair of shoes takes over 100 hours of labour to make and will cost a commensurate amount.

But, they also do an excellent bench made and...more

5.0 out of 5 12 January 2009
by Benedict E.

One of the best places on Jermyn Street to buy classic mens' shoes. They do a bespoke shoe-making service, sell their own range in the shop and also have a nice selection of beautiful leather accessoriesmore