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George Cox x LUKER by NEIGHBORHOOD L-BOOTS

British shoemaker George Cox has been virtually a permanent fixture amongst the Japanese fashion landscape for several seasons. Known for their original creeper style, LUKER by NEIGHBORHOOD re-create the look via their L-BOOTS model. Seen in two...

George Cox for oki-ni Creeper Boots

Have a look at these boots designed by George Cox exclusively for oki-ni. Having been producing the style for more than 50 years at his London shop, no one does a Creeper boot quite like Cox. With a thick gum sole and midsole, the boot features a...

JAM HOME MADE x George Cox Creeper

To celebrate their 10th anniversary, JAM HOME MADE have chosen to collaborate with popular British footwear manufacturers George Cox. Using the much loved Creeper model, JAM HOME MADE have added their own touch by redesigning the lace area, allo...

5cm x George Cox Creeper Boot

I.T’s in-house label 5cm recently undertook their first collaborative project with George Cox, with the project resulting in this creeper style boot. Given a minimalist design, the all-black model has been handmade in the UK using a premium...

NEXUSVII x George Cox Mouton Boots

Known primarily for their iconic creeper style shoes, George Cox together with NEXUSVII creates the legendary British shoemaker’s very first Mouton Boot style. Similar to an engineer boot, the offering includes a thick sheepskin leather upp...

George Cox for oki-ni Chukka Boots

Top tier retailer oki-ni have reworked George Cox’s classic Chukka into three distinct boots for Fall 2010, available in sand/red, agate blue/yellow and grey/royal blue colorways. All styles feature a natural leather lining in navy, with matching...

A Bathing Ape x George Cox Rubber Sole Boots

A Bathing Ape teams up with George Cox on another round of footwear as the brand’s presents its Rubber Sole Boot for Fall/Winter 2010. Following a similar color scheme to the previous moccasin style and Tassle Shoe, the boots sport a beauti...

A Bathing Ape x George Cox

A Bathing Ape and George Cox align once again this season to release this upcoming moccasin-style shoe. Featuring a suede upper, subtle A Bathing Ape details are embossed on the heel in the form of a Bapesta logo. A thick outsole finishes off the...

NEXUSVII 2010 Fall/Winter “MADMAXX IS BACK” Collection

Japanese brand NEXUSVII unveil their 2010 fall/winter collection, titled MADMAXX IS BACK. MADMAXX was originally an exclusive sub-line produced by the brand between 2003 and 2006. The brand looks to re-incorporate aesthetics and themes of the pas...

BAL x George Cox Longwing Brogue

In anticipation of Japanese brand’s upcoming Meguro flagship store opening, BAL teams up with the British footwear label, George Cox. We’ve seen Cox as a favorite amongst numerous Japanese brands in the past. BAL’s design creat...

George Cox x efiLevol Lace-up Boots

British footwear label George Cox teams up with efiLevol on this classic lace-up boot silhouette. Opting for an all-black design with contrasting stitching, the boot features leather and suede upper, creating a two tone effect. Finished with leat...

Silas x George Cox White Oxford

Both London streetwear label Silas and shoe manufacturer George Cox – but the latter in particular – have never been shy about pushing the envelope with their collections, often receiving backlash for their outlandish designs. But the...

BAL x George Cox Sneaker Creeper

BAL and British footwear label George Cox work together on an upcoming fall/winter release for the Japanese brand. Known for their creeper styles, this collaboration embodies Cox’s strong legacy as it combines its signature style in into sn...

George Cox x oki-ni Creeper Boots

Premier retailer oki-ni presents this new exclusive boot by George Cox, which takes the classic creeper style shoe and transforms it into a nicely crafted boot. Features include premium suede uppers with thick plantation crepe soles, red leather...

George Cox for oki-ni Exclusive Hiking Sneaker

George James Cox established his footwear company in 1906, in Northamptonshire – the tradition home of England’s finest shoemakers. Over the years the company has built an increasing reputation for innovation, working closely with so...