John Lobb Harlyn Dark Brown Suede - Stock Service
Our John Lobb Stock Service is a service that is delivered from the central John Lobb storage. Delivery times are about 4-6 weeks, given the global health crisis. We do not accept returns on any stock service orders.
John Lobb Harlyn. Classic split toe derby with a classic rubber sole. 8695 Last. E-width (standard width). Made in Northampton, England.
Note that from May 31, 2020 we will not be able to accept orders for John Lobb outside of the EU.
30 Day Return Policy
Our policy lasts 30 days from the date the order is delivered. Items must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must be in the original undamaged packaging. We offer a 14 day return policy for discounted/sale items.
No returns offered on personalized items like MTOs and other custom products like crowdfunders. You are responsible for your own returns. Email us for flat rate global pick ups.
Shipping European Union
Free shipping for orders above €150
Orders below €150 incurs a €15 shipping feeShipping United StatesFree shipping for orders above €150 (about $169)
Orders below €150 incurs a €15 shipping fee (about $17)Regular postal service / USPS €40 ($42)
Shipping Rest of WorldFree shipping for any order over €250 (about $283)Orders below €250 incurs a €20 shipping fee (about $22)Regular postal service for €40 (about $42)
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John Lobb has been making the finest shoes and boots for gentlemen since 1866. Its rich heritage is reinforced by timeless qualities of craftsmanship, service and style. John Lobb himself was born in 1829 in Cornwall, south-west England, but made his way to London as a young man as an apprentice bootmaker. Following a successful period in Australia making boots for the miners of the gold rush, he returned to London to set up his first shop on Regent Street in 1866. The company continues to maintain its bespoke shoe-making tradition in Paris, while also retaining core bespoke principles in the manufacture of its expanding ready-to-wear collection of shoes and leather goods.