Munro Cheryl is an old Munro style brought back by popular demand on a dressier sole. This oblique toe slip-on with it’s side elastic vamp allows easy entry for high insteps. This flat is great for trave and work. Munro Cheryl is made from kid leathers, with steel shanks riveted to the insole boards to provide support while walking, removable footbeds and natural latex rubber outsoles.
Munro Cheryl is available at Bonaventure in Black Kid, Wine/Cherry Kid and Black/Gunmetal Kid in an awray of sizes from 7 – 12SS, 6 – 13N, 4 – 14M, 5 – 12W and 5 – 12 WW.
Munro founder, Don Munro moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas in 1959 and established the original Lake Catherine Footwear, which was a division of a New Hampshire based shoe manufacturer. In 1972 Don purchased the Arkansas division and established Munro & Company, Inc. There are 2 of Don’s 5 children still in the business today, Bruce, who is CEO, and Mollie, who is Executive Vice President. Don is still actively involved in the business though he also spends a great deal of time working on his many philanthropic interests.
Today, the company operates three Arkansas factories, Lake Catherine Footwear, Clarksville Footwear and Mt. Ida Footwear and a distribution and warehousing facility, the Fred Young Center in Hot Springs. Over a third of their employees have been with the company for more than 20 years and some or their people have parents and grandparents who worked there.
They are the exclusive manufacturer of the Munro American line of women’s professional comfort footwear.
The Munro American brand represents the premier line of women’s footwear in the marketplace that is dedicated to sizes and widths and comfort. In fact, their shoes carry the tag “Proper Size, Perfect Fit” which further stresses their commitment to these standards. They are one of the few remaining shoe manufacturers in the United States and pride themselves on being able to compete in a market place dominated by imported footwear.