Proudly handmade in Bolton since 1961.

Proudly handmade in Bolton since 1961.

Norman Walsh made the spikes that propelled Roger Bannister to the first sub-four-minute mile and the football boots worn by Nat Lofthouse scorer of the winning goal for Bolton Wanderers in the 1958 FA Cup Final. Today Walsh shoes are loved by athletes and trainer aficionados alike. The Community Clothing X Walsh Beacon trainer is handmade in Bolton, England and is available in five colourways.

About the Beacon Trainers

Hand cut and hand stitched using traditional methods by the amazing skilled team at Norman Walsh in Bolton. 

Co-designed by Community Clothing and Walsh from a classic 1980’s Walsh road-running shoe. They are available in three muted colourways, and two of the bright colour combinations for which Walsh are so well known.

Super tough breathable cordura upper with natural leather and suede for ultimate durability and comfort. Natural rubber sole.  Gold foiled CC logo.