Halifax "LK-E" Men's Low Top Canvas Shoes - Black - I Love a Hangar
Halifax "LK-E" Men's Low Top Canvas Shoes - Black - I Love a Hangar
Halifax "LK-E" Men's Low Top Canvas Shoes - Black - I Love a Hangar
Halifax "LK-E" Men's Low Top Canvas Shoes - Black - I Love a Hangar
Halifax "LK-E" Men's Low Top Canvas Shoes - Black - I Love a Hangar

Halifax "LK-E" Men's Low Top Canvas Shoes - Black

Regular price
$59.00 USD
Sale price
$59.00 USD

Please note that the quoted shipping times are estimates and not guarantees. Delays beyond our control may occur due to the COVID19 pandemic.  For more details please see our FAQ page.

Did You Know?
This design is based on Halifax “LK-E”, E for Excalibur, (serial LK797) that was lost March 31, 1944 and for which the aircraft's pilot, Pilot Officer Cyril Joe Barton, was awarded the Victoria Cross. This was the only action involving a Halifax bomber for which a Victoria Cross was received.

Whilst still 70 miles from the target, the aircraft was attacked by two enemy fighters. Two fuel tanks punctured, both the radio and rear turret disabled, the starboard inner engine was on fire and the intercom lines were cut. Following the first attack, the navigator, bomb aimer and wireless operator bailed out however, Barton decided to press on to the target and drop his bombs.

After releasing his bombs, Barton nursed his heavily damaged aircraft home for the 4 ½ journey using the Pole Star and his flight map for navigation. After crossing the English coast ninety miles north of Burn, and now low on fuel he ordered the three remaining crew to crash positions behind the main spar. Soon after three engines cut out and Barton attempted the forced landing. He made a gallant attempt to put down clear of the houses over which he was flying, and the aircraft ploughed through several gardens and greenhouses. The rear fuselage broke off and landed in a deep railway cutting with the three crewmen inside who survived. Barton was recovered alive from the wreckage however died of his injuries before reaching hospital. As a result of his selfless actions, on 27th June 1944, Cyril Barton was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross. He was 22 years old.

Product Details:
These timeless canvas shoes are made to order with each being handcrafted to the highest quality standards. Each pair of canvas shoes features:

  • A classic lace-up closure to achieve the perfect fit
  • Brushed metal eyelets for that timeless style
  • Soft inner lining for absolute comfort
  • Iconic rubber rounded toe cap
  • Please note that there can be subtle variations in color and minor movement during production that may cause a design element not to be in the exact position as it appears on screen. More details can be found on our FAQ page.

Shipping Details:
Please allow 7-10 days to receive a tracking number while your order is hand-crafted, packaged and shipped from our facility. From there it is an estimated shipping time of 2-4 weeks.  Please note that the quoted shipping times are estimates and not guaranteed and delays may occur due to the COVID19 pandemic.  For more details please see our FAQ page.

Product is manufactured and shipped from China. Please see our FAQ page "Where are your products made" for further details.

What Size Am I?
Shoes sizes can vary considerably between brands. A US13 with one brand could be a US12 with another brand.   To find out what size you are for our shoes, we recommend doing a quick foot measurement as outlined below. Once you have your measurement, simply look it up on our size guide to locate the most appropriate size based on that measurement.
Read about our Shoe Size Guarantee here.