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DAY 3: Win a pair of double monk shoes with Jones Bootmaker and HfP

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By now, you may have seen that we are running a five day prize giveaway with Jones Bootmaker. Every day until Sunday, a pair of shoes worth at least £89 will be up for grabs.

Friday’s prize is ….

Today we’re offering the chance to win a pair of ‘Elton’ double monk suede shoes. The monk shoe is certainly a classic, but the black suede and double buckle of the ‘Elton’ gives the shoe a more contemporary twist. According to Jones Bootmaker, ‘monk’ shoes garnered their name from alpine monks who introduced buckled shoes in monasteries throughout Europe in the 15th Century.

These shoes are worth £89 and feature in Jones Bootmaker’s Multi-Buy offer. The Multi-Buy promotion offers two pairs of selected shoes for £150.

How to enter

Simply scroll to the competition widgit at the bottom of this article, or click here to enter. You’ll need to ask one very easy question and to enter some contact details (so we can email you if you win!).

There is an option to get an additional entry by signing up to the Jones Bootmaker newsletter. However, you can only sign up once across the 5 day giveaway, so make sure you pick the right prize to double up your entry!

The final two prizes are polished leather styles, so if suede is more in line with your personal style, we recommend doubling up today!

Terms and conditions

Below is a summary of the key terms and conditions you should be aware of, but please make sure you read the full terms and conditions by clicking the link in the competition app.

  • This free prize draw is open to UK and Republic of Ireland residents only, aged 18 years and over
  • Only one entry per household per day
  • The winner will be selected at random from the entries received
  • The prize is one pair of the boots / shoes that are promoted in the competition post that day
  • If Jones Bootmaker does not stock the shoe size of the winning entrant, under these circumstances only will Jones Bootmaker provide a voucher to be redeemed at  for the corresponding value of the competition prize, which will be valid for a period of 12 months.
  • You will receive a second entry to the competition by opting-in to the Jones Bootmaker newsletterYou can only opt-in once across all five competitions. We will check all opt-in lists before we confirm any winner.
  • Entries are not carried forward from day to day – you must enter each day if you wish to enter each competition

Best of luck.

Comments (22)

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  • Jimbob says:

    Well, if no-one else is entering, I’ll be a shoe-in to whom this prize

  • BS says:

    I think if I win I can confirm they definitely will not be stocking my size, and I will have to take the voucher

  • Lady London says:

    Very Continental style. But not usually done in suede / nubuck mix likr this. If they were they would have at least 1 bright colour on part and would be sold in Paris for 750 euros. I jest not.

    In pure solid leather they can really be the business either with a trendy-classic outfit or just visible under a City suit.

    Personally I think the buckles aren’t big enough it should wrap over more, the straps should be wider and the (more solid and bigger) buckles should be positioned lower.

    On sale generally at Hermes Faubourg St Honore over the years if that’s good enough for you.

  • Peter K says:

    To the naysayers: Jones Bootmaker do this shoe in leather as well. I imagine they are using the 5 days to show the range of options they produce, in both style and material. Makes perfect marketing sense to me.

    • BS says:

      Yes. I imagine the comments under each article would give them good market feedback for the HfP readership

  • TimM says:

    My very wise mother says that men should never wear suede shoes. I entered.

  • lashious says:

    Ladies size 3 please.

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