Denson Shoes: Famous British Brand Returns

Decades ago, a iconic shoes brand called Denson was born in England and could be seen among celebrities like David Bowie and Paul McCartney.

The Company was originally established in 1951 and had understood how to meet British youth desires. In the 60s and 70s, Denson styles regularly appeared in the teen magazines such as Rave, and music papers like the New Musical Express.

The back cover of Iggy & The Stooges 1973 album Raw Power featured Mick Rock’s image of Iggy Pop wearing Denson boots for the band’s performance at the King’s Cross Cinema in July 1972.

The brand continued to be hugely popular until the 1980s, before eventually going out of business in 1987.

Now, Denson has been reborn in the 2020s as a powerful design in the world of contemporary footwear.

Denson supports local economies and jobs while guaranteeing excellence, durability and repairability with Goodyear welted construction and premium materials. Goodyear welted shoes are made to last for life.


If you would like to own a pair of Goodyear Welted shoes or boots, and get them at a great price. You can back the Denson Shoes Kickstarter project here.

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