Kow Hoo Shoe Co. bespoke shoe shop in Hong Kong is located within Landmark Prince’s shopping centre, at 10 Chater Road.
Established in Shanghai in 1928 and operating in Hong Kong since 1946, the company operates the oldest bespoke shoe store in the city, shipping to customers worldwide.
In addition to being the oldest bespoke shoe shop in Hong Kong, the store is also the only one still making wooden shoe lasts, handcrafted to the exact shape of each individual customer’s feet.
When this last is made, your measurements stay on file, so that you can simply reorder additional pairs of shoes by contacting the company via email.
Kow Hoo’s bespoke shoes are available to be made in a variety of leathers.
At the shoe store, you can choose the shoes made from standard German calfskin or goatskin to more exotic skins such as ostrich, eel, shark, snake, lizard, alligator, or crocodile.
However, if you come across a particular style you like, just show them / email them the picture or sample, and then they can proceed production with your wooden shoe last and your favourite type of leather.
Kow Hoo Shoe Co. Landmark Prince’s – Bespoke Shoe Shop in Hong Kong
10 Chater Road, Shop 341, 3/F, Landmark Prince’s
Central, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00-19:00 (by appointment only)
The exact address for the workshop is 677 King’s Road, Blk A, Wing Wah Ind. Bldg, 15/F, North Point, Hong Kong.