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A PLACE TO MEET

In the city of London

The Bowling Club

You’ll meet our first Bottega in Britain walking in the heart of the Marylebone district in London. A step back to 1960s England: imagine bowlers preparing to roll, pins waiting to be put in place and bowling balls on their rail. Come to Bowling Club Velasca: here handmade shoes are, to us, like Andy Varipapa’s perfect game.

Men’s handmade shoes in London | Velasca

Hours

Monday - Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday - Thursday - Friday
10:30 am - 2:30 pm
3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Saturday
10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday
12:00 am - 5:00 pm
Men’s handmade shoes in London | Velasca

London

5 Chiltern Street
Marylebone, W1U 7PD
London
E: bottega.london@velasca.com
Customer center:
+1 929 384 6040
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How to get there

Bus line 74, 765
Tube line: Circle, Hammersmith & City,
Jubilee, Metropolitan.
Men’s handmade shoes in London | Velasca

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The Velasca experience


Men’s handmade shoes in London | Velasca
Try
Try on as many shoes as you like. This will also help you find the right size.
Men’s handmade shoes in London | Velasca
Choose
Choose to either purchase shoes at our Bottegas, or our online shop.
Men’s handmade shoes in London | Velasca
Enjoy
Enjoy the Velasca hospitality, from beginning to end.
Men’s handmade shoes in London | Velasca
Change in store
Want to change shoes you bought at a Bottega? You can from Mon to Fri.

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