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  1. Derby Leather Shoes

    Santoni

    Derby Leather Shoes

    As low as €750
  2. Lace-up Sock Sneakers

    Loro Piana

    Lace-up Sock Sneakers

    As low as €780
  3. Oversized Shoes

    Alexander McQueen

    Oversized Shoes

    As low as €590
  4. Oxford shoes

    Tod's

    Oxford shoes

    As low as €440
  5. Suede High Top Shoes

    Tod's

    Suede High Top Shoes

    As low as €520
  6. Lace-up Brogue Shoes

    Bontoni

    Lace-up Brogue Shoes

    As low as €1,145
  7. Leather High Top Shoes

    Tod's

    Leather High Top Shoes

    As low as €470
  8. Greggo Shoes

    Christian Louboutin

    Greggo Shoes

    As low as €650
  9. Greggo Shoes

    Christian Louboutin

    Greggo Shoes

    As low as €695
  10. Patent Leather OxfordShoes

    Balenciaga

    Patent Leather OxfordShoes

    As low as €695
  11. Oxford Suede Shoes

    Christian Louboutin

    Oxford Suede Shoes

    As low as €895
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    Christian Louboutin

    Derby full brogue shoes

    As low as €895
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    Christian Louboutin

    Cousin Charles shoes

    As low as €825
  14. Greggo shoes

    Christian Louboutin

    Greggo shoes

    As low as €650
  15. Greggo shoes

    Christian Louboutin

    Greggo shoes

    As low as €670
  16. Alex shoes

    Crockett & Jones

    Alex shoes

    As low as €560
  17. OVERTON

    Crockett & Jones

    OVERTON

    As low as €460
  18. DUBAY model

    Church's

    DUBAY model

    As low as €490
  19. OSLO model

    Church's

    OSLO model

    As low as €490
  20. City II Model

    John Lobb

    City II Model

    As low as €1,150
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There are two very different versions of lace-up shoes: Oxford shoes and Derby shoes. Oxford shoes were made popular by students at Oxford University at the beginning of the 19th century and today are the most formal version of lace-up shoes. More informal versions are Derby shoes, also known as Bluchers, a low-top version of a Prussian army boot. The main difference between the different kinds of lace-up shoes is that on Oxford shoes the lacing section is sewn closed and the eyelet facings are stitched underneath the vamp, while in Derby shoes the laces pass through holes in flaps on the vamp, meaning the shoe can be laced up tighter or more loosely. Lace-up shoes are part of a long tradition of craftsmanship, with brands such as Santoni producing leather shoes that are handmade in Italy. Discover our extensive selection of shoes, with soles made from different materials and with different designs and finishes, all from the best brands such as Church's, Santoni and Tod's.