About Field & Moor

British design

Designs by Hannah Stiles prior to sample development stage by artisan factory: Marsh Harrier style, launching October 2021.

Field & Moor’s traditional hand-crafted boots combine comfort for long days in the countryside and styling for ladies and gentlemen who like to be top of their game.  

With British designer Hannah Stiles, F & M have created for our autumn collection a range of long-lasting Goodyear welted country boots. They are manufactured in family owned small artisan factories that have operated for several generations passing down the hand- crafted skills, based in Spain.

These products will suit men and ladies who enjoy a wide variety of country pursuits - game shooting, hunting, tracking and exercising their gundogs across the fields and moors. Whilst well-dressed enough to wearing around town with smart casual attire.

F & M will continue to innovate product to add to a customer’s country wardrobe options, and currently has a new style under development for this season:

Marsh Harrier - 9" Laced Waterproof Leather Country Boot with Dainite Ridgeway rubber sole unit. Also looking at combination Leather & oiled canvas and Leather & Camouflage oiled canvas versions.

F & M are simultaneously working on a Spring collection of hand-crafted moccasins and Boat Shoes with a well reputed factory in Portugal, to extend options available to our consumers for more temperate climate times and seasonal colours.

Unlike traditional established footwear brands, F & M intends to innovate, respond, and bring fresh options with a more frequent nature than the bi-seasonal offerings in the marketplace.

Hannah graduated from De Montfort University having undertaken its prestigious footwear design course. Initially London based, she is now an independent designer who aims to combine comfort, commerciality and fashion. F & M have welcomed her creative input in building ranges and guiding factory design teams on our behalf.  

Marsh Harrier

Camouflage finish

Marsh Harrier

Two choices of finish

Marsh Harrier

Finally here