We aspire to create...
unique shoe styles, which display influences from the place we come from (Lancashire, England) and the countries we visit on our shoe research adventures. You will instantly recognise a LANX shoe for the unique blend of design features listed below.
Most of our styles include a rose perforation on the toe and heel. Lancashire adopted a rose as its county emblem following the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.
Certain leather and tweed we use in the construction of our shoes is sourced from local English suppliers and is exclusively used on footwear by LANX. We also source some of the finest leather from around the world.
The colour is inspired by a chatty monk Marv met in a Cambodian temple, who wished him good luck when developing the idea for LANX. True story!
LANX HEEL TABS
Our new heel tabs are not only robust but very useful also!
Most of our styles include a rose perforation on the toe. Lancashire adopted a rose as its county emblem following the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.