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Barker Shoes Andrew Hi-shine Brogue

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The Barker Andrew model is a stylish wingtip derby with hi-shine leather uppers and cervo with subtle punching detail and Barkerflex system which adds extra comfort.

It is available in black and burgundy models and it is apart of the barker Heritage collection.

  • Sole: Goodyear Welted Leather Soles
  • Lining: 100% Leather Lining
  • Insoles: Leather Insoles
  • Available In: Black and burgundy
  • Fitting type: G

Cleaning advice:

Always clean shoes regularly by cleaning off any surplus dirt with a brush or damp cloth. For leather shoes apply a quality shoe polish or cream and buff off with either a dry cloth or a brush.


Barker shoes come with an individual dust bag, shoe horn and alternative laces.

  1. FREE ROI & UK shipping
  2. Collection in store is also available
  3. Free republic of Ireland returns*

Please note orders received after 4:30pm may not be processed until the following day and no orders will be dispatched on Saturday and Sunday.

You can view our full delivery and returns procedure at the bottom of the site.

 * You must use our partner site for free ROI returns



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