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British made Trainers, Best Brands that are still Made in the UK!

Trainers and Sneakers that are Made in Britain can be hard to find. Some of the biggest labels and iconic brands continue to make their products overseas. But if you like many others want to help support UK manufacturers then this page will help guide you the right way.

From sports running shoes and  retro classics to high quality,  smart casual unique styles, there is a pair for all ages, and men, women and children’s sizes. Just click on the image or shop button for each brand to view more of their trainer collection and buy. 

New Balance, Made in Flimby, UK

New Balance UK – Most people will name New Balance as a UK Trainers Brand. New Balance are proud to make a range of Trainers in Britain, in their Flimby factory in Cumbria.  They originally started making trainers in the UK back in 1982 in Workington before moving. New Balance claim that Made in Britain is very important to them, with us Brits buying into the craftsmanship and materials. Ensure that before you purchase you are buying from the New Balance, Made in UK collection

Gola, Made in England trainers collection

Iconic trainer brand Gola, have a range of 1905, Made in England trainers. Blending British Heritage designs from Gola’s history and re-imagining much loved styles with a contemporary look to the past. These will make a perfect addition to your British made wardrobe, complementing your jeans and polo shirt combination. 

Grenson Sneakers

Grenson are an English shoe brand, who have put their famous shoemaking craftsmanship to work on a Made in England range of sneakers. The Grenson sneaker ranger is fully made in the Grenson owned factory in Northampton. with over 70 styles for both men and women you can choose to buy British made Sneakers from the likes of the popular Sneaker 1, or Sneaker 55.  Pricey but well worth it. 

Made in England Trainers by Duke & Dexter

Duke and Dexter sneakers are all handmade in their factory in England. They are specially designed to be ultra lightweight and durable. All the Duke and Dexter collections are produced in limited quantities. 

British Trainers Brand, Goral

Goral – Made in England. The crafting of their re-soleable trainers is the same as used 80 years ago. Using only premium materials, they use meticulous attention to detail and offer a lifetime guarantee on faulty workmanship or materials. The market is already flooded with throw-away footwear. A pair of Goral can last a lifetime. Find some of the most popular Goral trainers here. 

Norman Walsh, British Trainers manufacturer

The best of UK trainer brands. Norman Walsh Trainers and Running shoes are the last remaining British trainer manufacturer. They have been hand crafting British made trainers in Bolton, England since 1961. Norman started out his career working for W Foster, who was the grandfather of the Jeff and Foster, founders of Reebok so he had a good start. After founding his own company, Walsh over the years have created trainers and running shoes for Olympians, and sportsmen and women. Their 1960’s and 70’s retro trainer range is very popular, even sported by celebrities. And all Norman Walsh trainers and running shoes feature the British Flag and trademark Walsh flash on the side. You can find a selection here.

Sneakers by Joseph Cheaney

Joseph Cheaney and Son’s are another fine British shoe brand that has a selection of UK sneakers. The quality of a Cheaney shoe or trainer is reflected in the price. Whether it is one of their suede or leather styes or one of the Walsh collaborations, you can expect to pay £200 plus. 

Crown Northamton Sneakers

Designed with minimalism and luxury to the highest standards that Crown Northampton are renowned for, and fully handmade in Northampton. Their unique designed sole allows them to be re-soled to last even longer. 

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