Crockett & Jones


Black Calf

Handgrade Collection


This product has now been discontinued from our 'Retail Collection', but we are still able to produce this style through our Special Order service. If this is of interest, please place a Special Order enquiry. You can also view similar or recommended styles below.

Savile, a plain fronted monk shoe with a single hand finished buckle . This style is made from the finest calf leather or calf suede and bark tanned single leather soles for the Hand Grade collection.

  • Fitting : E
  • Last : 337
  • English Size : 6 - 12.5
  • Sole : Single Leather Bark Tanned
What does it mean?

Last No. 337

Produced in May 2001. Last 337 is a Hand Grade Collection last with a soft square toe. Deemed a forward thinking last of its time, 337 was one of the longer lasts on offer from Crockett & Jones at the turn of the century. With the likes of last 358 and 373, Crockett & Jones would now classify last 337 as one of the more classic toe shapes on offer that still proves popular today. The 337 collection has been steadily reduced with the introduction of more up-to-date lasts, although we do continue to make a core collection of English classics.

What does it mean?

Monk Strap

Said to have been developed by an alpine monk in the 15th century, and worn throughout European monasteries, this style was popularised in the 1920s. Unbeknown to many, a Monk strap style hosts similar fitting qualities and construction to a Derby. You could think of a Monk style as a ‘modern day’ Derby, of sorts. With open quarters, and a whole cut vamp and tongue, Monk straps (single and double buckle) are remarkably comfortable on the foot. However, they will not offer the same level of adjustment, due to the absence of laces. The sequence of operations for constructing a Monk is similar to a Derby. Inside and outside Quarters are stitched to a tab point either side of the vamp and the tongue is cut as part of the vamp and is not a separate component.

Hand Grade Leather Sole

High quality ‘bark tanned’, hand-stained leather sole with channelled stitching and a gentleman’s corner to reduce suit trouser snagging! A masterpiece of craftsmanship.


All Goodyear-welted shoes & boots are 100% made in Northampton, England. Slippers & Driving shoes are outsourced to specialist manufacturers.

Last 337

Last 337 is a Hand Grade Collection last with a soft square toe. 337 was always regarded as a longer last, but today it is classified as a more classic toe shape.

Goodyear Repair

Crockett & Jones offers a full refurbishment service for its Goodyear welted shoes and boots through all retail shops and stockists.