Beautiful Hand Crafted Shoes and accessories

Combining Time Tested Craftmanship With Modern Technology

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Only the best

We are a stockist of the highest quality Ghillie Brogues in Scotland. The world renowned Thistle Shoe.

Quality throughout

The Thistle mark is an assurance that your shoe is made to the highet standards and is unrivaled anywhere in the world.

Sporrans

Our selection of dress and semi-dress sporrans are hand made and designed to the highest standards.

Premium Kilt Hose

Range of Hose to complement your footwear from our budget to premium range. Plain, embroidered or patterned opions available.

Belt Buckles

We have a range of belt buckles to choose from.

Fully Stitched Sole

Fully Stitched Sole For Maximum Wear

Ghillie Brogues are not just about quality it's about style too.

At Ghillie Brogues we provide only the finest hand crafted shoes and accessories. Thistle, Loake and Gaelic Themed shoes. With a wide range of accessories to complement your shoes such as Dress and Semi-Dress Sporrans, Hose, Flashes and Sign Dubns. At Ghillie brogues we pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and service. Please browse our shop and if there is something you are looking for that we do not currently stock please call and ask, as we may be able to source it for you.

All Products

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      Comfort Thistle Ghillie Brogue

      £62.50

      Save 26%

      Ghillie brogues are most commonly seen as an essential component of traditional, formal Scottish dress and are worn primarily for social occasions. Historically this has not always been the case as they trace their roots to a rudimentary shoe originating in Scotland and Ireland that was constructed using untanned leather with perforations that allowed water to drain from the shoes when the wearer crossed wet terrain such as a bog. The word "brogues" originates in the late sixteenth century and is a derivation of the Irish and Scots Gaelic "brōg", taken from the Old Norse "brók" meaning "leg covering". Available with either a Leather or Manmade Sole.

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      Executive Thistle Ghillie

      £55.00

      Save 31%

      Thistle Ghillie brogues are most commonly seen as an essential component of traditional, formal Scottish dress and are worn primarily for social occasions. Historically this has not always been the case as they trace their roots to a rudimentary shoe originating in Scotland and Ireland that was constructed using untanned leather with perforations that allowed water to drain from the shoes when the wearer crossed wet terrain such as a bog. The word "brogues" originates in the late sixteenth century and is a derivation of the Irish and Scots Gaelic "brōg", taken from the Old Norse "brók" meaning "leg covering". At ghillie brogue we strive to bring you the best quality product from a range of manufacturers.

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      Piper Thistle Ghillie

      £70.00

      Ghillie brogues are most commonly seen as an essential component of traditional, formal Scottish dress and are worn primarily for social occasions. Historically this has not always been the case as they trace their roots to a rudimentary shoe originating in Scotland and Ireland that was constructed using untanned leather with perforations that allowed water to drain from the shoes when the wearer crossed wet terrain such as a bog. The word "brogues" originates in the late sixteenth century and is a derivation of the Irish and Scots Gaelic "brōg", taken from the Old Norse "brók" meaning "leg covering". At ghillie brogue we strive to bring you the best quality product from a range of manufacturers.

      Out of stock
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      Full Patterned Kilt Hose

      £5.83

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      Standard Thistle Ghillie

      £37.50

      Save 25%

      Ghillie brogues are most commonly seen as an essential component of traditional, formal Scottish dress and are worn primarily for social occasions. Historically this has not always been the case as they trace their roots to a rudimentary shoe originating in Scotland and Ireland that was constructed using untanned leather with perforations that allowed water to drain from the shoes when the wearer crossed wet terrain such as a bog. The word "brogues" originates in the late sixteenth century and is a derivation of the Irish and Scots Gaelic "brōg", taken from the Old Norse "brók" meaning "leg covering". At ghillie brogue we strive to bring you the best quality product from a range of manufacturers.