Using a traditional Scottish design alongside English shoemaking heritage, the Pitlochry features distinctive 'ghillie' lacing, fine brogue details on black bookbinder leather and a sleek leather sole for formal applications, offering an appealing design that stands out for all the right reasons.
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If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, or if you simply change your mind, you can return the item(s) to us.
The item(s) must be unworn and undamaged and returned in the original packaging. We recommend you try on the shoes on a carpeted surface to avoid any damage to the soles.
A Ghillie can be categorized as having a criss-cross lacing system with loops instead of eyelets.
The word 'brogue' refers to the punched detailing, which at one point was used to let water out of country boots; these days, they are purely decorative and add a more casual edge. A pair of ghillie brogues are perfect for a Scottish wedding and do an excellent job at dressing up outfits.
Developed in 2011 to coincide with Cheaney’s 125th Anniversary, the 125 last has a classic but exceptionally versatile shape. Featuring an elongated almond toe and a sleek silhouette, this is English style and tradition at its best. The 125 is one of Cheaney’s most revered and celebrated lasts, playing host to a myriad of styles.
All of our leather soles are made from strongly tanned premium quality hides, cut to shape. A groove is constructed into the sole to house the sole stitching. Then each shoe is individually trimmed, stained, polished and stamped to finish.
With proper care, Cheaney shoes will give comfort, value and service over a considerable time. However, if after wear you wish to extend the life of your Cheaney shoes, we are able, because of the quality of the materials used in the original manufacturing process, to offer a full refurbishment service.