The Edward Green Dover is a Derby style shoe with open lace on the facing of the shoe befitting particularly well a foot with a high instep. The make of this shoe style calls for a hand-sewn apron and toe seam. This is accomplished through the ancient art of sewing with a pig's bristle, a painstaking process that takes years to perfect. The 606 last is slightly square with a roomy fit and is cut for a D width. Edward Green continuous to make each pair of shoes individually with traditional hand craftsmanship at their factory in Northampton, England.