Terms & Conditions

We (Arthur Knight Shoes) recognise a contract to exist between the customer and Arthur Knight Shoes once an order has been accepted by us, full payment received (including any postage & packaging) and the goods despatched.

Return costs are to be paid for by the customer, unless the goods are found to be faulty.

Arthur Knight Shoes retain title of the goods until fully paid for. For deliveries outside the United Kingdom, Arthur Knight Shoes will not be held liable for any possible fees arising from customs or import duties levied on the goods despatched.

All items offered on this website may be subject to change without prior notice.

Any disputes not covered by these terms and conditions & all information stated on this website, will be decided only by the Courts of England and Wales. Arthur Knight Shoes is a registered trademark of Saffiro Limited. Any unauthorised reproduction of any part of the contents of this website is prohibited.

None of the above terms and conditions affects the customer’s statutory rights.


We respect customer privacy. We will not allow third parties to access your personal information. We will only use information that we collect from you to process and despatch your order, or to update you on the latest Arthur Knight Shoes products, as they become available, if you wish to receive these messages.

For more information on our privacy and cookie policy, please click here: Privacy & Cookie Policy.

If you are unsure about any information we are holding in your name, or wish to update your profile, please feel free to contact us.


For your peace of mind and security, this site uses the most secure online buying facility available on the Internet. Your credit/debit card details are protected using the latest Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption technology, shown by a small padlock on your screen.


Every care has been taken to ensure that all specifications and descriptions on this website are accurate. The colour of the items on this site is a close representation of the actual goods, given the limitations of web pages and differing resolution of monitors.