5 Kentish Town Road, NW1 8NH
Based in Camden, The Britsh Boot Company stocks a huge range of boots. They have an unrivalled collection of footwear totalling over 400 styles. Brands likely to interest BLUF members include: Grinders, Solovair, Gladiator and Dr. Martens. Many of the styles they carry are exclusive to their store and handmade here in the UK. International shipping available.
Open 10:30-19:00 every day including Sundays.
Take the Northern Line to Camden Town, take a LEFT exit out of the station and walk 10 metres down to 5 Kentish Town Road.
Information from BLUF last updated by Leatherbootbear (2810) at Sat Dec 3 16:57:25 2016 UTC
Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Really friendly and very knowledgeable staff and I can highly recommend the British Boot Company. I was visiting the area and, knowing I needed some good quality shoes, I popped into the shop. I told them exactly what requirements I wanted and they had the perfect pair of shoes for me. I ended up buying a pair of Solovairs, which look amazing and fit like they were custom made for me. After my purchase I was also told about the best way to care for my new shoes. This is a small independent British shop and you get that extra bit of good service here. As I said earlier, very highly recommended indeed.
The British Boot Company is a really friendly shop. All of the staff are always very welcoming and go the extra mile for there customers. That was the first thing I noticed when I went to buy my first pair of Doc Martens - I had the honour of dealing with Nick who showed me all the different styles to chose from and was beyond knowledgeable. I ended up with the Dr Martens 1460 Boots. Nick also told me how to keep them looking their best. I highly recommend the British Boot Company. Thanks again Nick.
Now, even more than ever we need to supporting our local economy. Where better to invest your cash than the ‘British Boot Company’. With their passion for British brands, and the ethics behind not outsourcing to sweatshops abroad, where child and slave labour is prevalent, you can be assured you’re buying a quality product without the horror behind its production. Today we met and spoke to Nick and Tom; two great guys with a passion for their brand. They gave us a more in-depth history of the store and why they have such pride in their products; and rightly so. We shall be back to stock up on our shoes and boots in the near future. Louise and Marc x
The only place to buy Doc Martens. I bought my first pair here in 1993, and my niece her first pair 3 years ago which are still going strong. We dropped by to add to her collection and got the same high level of advice and care. A proper experience
I had a wonderful experience shopping here. They had a wide range of products from different brands, as well as boots that were specific to only their shop in terms of leather and sole thickness (more durable than others). Its owners were all lovely, and we chatted for ages. I really valued being able to get advice from them on which boots to buy, as it meant I could walk away secure in the knowledge that I had bought the pair that was best suited to me. I also spent forever in the shop without feeling rushed by the shopkeepers at all, which was brilliant since I am an incredibly indecisive shopper. I found out about this shop online, and then they were subsequently also recommended to me by a friend, so it is clear that they have a satisfied customer base. All in all I would definitely recommend this shop to others who are looking to buy boots of good quality.