Allen Edmonds Men’s Ashton Split Toe Oxford,Black,8 EEE

Allen Edmonds Men’s Ashton Split Toe Oxford,Black,8 EEE

  • Full leather lining for improved fit and breathability
  • VIP rubber sole provides durability and traction
  • Removable orthotic
  • This crisp casual oxford suits the office and adds polish to weekend wear.

This crisp casual oxford suits the office and adds polish to weekend wear.

List Price: $ 345.00

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3 thoughts on “Allen Edmonds Men’s Ashton Split Toe Oxford,Black,8 EEE

  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Great style that runs really large, October 12, 2011
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    These should be fine shoes. The leather is wonderful and the soles are very comfortable.

    The bad news, which is my mistake, is that they are made for people who use orthotics, and thus run “deep,” which also seems wide and long to me. I bought my usual size and have needed to wear thicker black casual socks rather than my thin dress socks. Wearing the thick socks is comfortable, but is actually still not enough to fill them up. I am switching from the 3/4 length spenco arch supports to a full length arch support. It should do the trick. I would not buy a pair without without trying them on in a store (where you will pay much, much more for them). The AE website has a description of each of their 8 lasts, which is helpful to compare their different shoes, if you have tried on a pair before.

    One year later —
    I have been wearing these about twice a week. No long walks, just around the office. At the toe, the leather upper sole is clearly separating from the rubber sole on both shoes. If it gets worse, I guess I will send them in to AE. I have friends who have had the same problem with this brand. Kind of pathetic.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great looking, great fitting and versatile, October 30, 2011
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    R. Coleman “roncoleman” (Passaic, NJ USA) –
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    A good shoe to have in your collection, if you care about your footwear and need a high-instep shoe with lots of toe-box room. A plus: It comes in a meangingful amount of money below an Alden modified-last shoe, which this AE is meant to replicate. Online sizing and description were perfect. The removable insole is handy so I can mix and match depending on sock thickness and which orthotics I’m using. It looks like a dress shoe and by contemporary standards pretty much is, but the rubber sole — well-executed — makes it more versatile than a hard sole, although it betrays the somewhat sportier truth of the shoe if anyone’s really looking. Very well constructed and shows very little wear after several months of medium-duty service in the rotation.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fine shoe but inspect carefully, October 24, 2013
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    Will (San Francisco) –

    This is a good looking and comfortable shoe. The fact that it can accommodate an orthotic and not look like an orthopedic shoe is great.

    Sadly, after I had worn my pair about a week, I noticed that the split in the toe was different between right and left. The right runs straight ahead; the left runs off at an angle to the left.

    This is not a big deal; however, I have been buying and wearing Allen Edmonds shoes forever. Fifteen, or even ten years ago, this pair would never have gotten out of Port Washington.

    Be prepared to do your own quality assurance when you first pull a pair from the box.

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