Allen Edmonds Men’s Strand Oxford,Brown Suede,11.5 D US

Allen Edmonds Men’s Strand Oxford,Brown Suede,11.5 D US

  • Calf leather upper
  • Leather lining
  • Perforation detail
  • Leather sole
  • 360 Welt Construction

Put that final polish on your business look with the Strand wingtip oxford from Allen Edmonds. The perforation detail along the calf leather upper lends a distinguished air. Shankless construction eliminates the need for a break-in period for a comfortable fit right from the start. 360o welt construction binds the upper, footbed, and sole all the way around the shoe for extraordinary durability, flexibility, and comfort. The contoured last, designed to mimic mens feet, creates the perfect fit. T

List Price: $ 345.00

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One thought on “Allen Edmonds Men’s Strand Oxford,Brown Suede,11.5 D US

  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Allen Edmonds knocks it out of the park yet again!, November 20, 2013
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    EasyStreamer88 (Somewhere out there) –

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    I am building a massive collection of Allen Edmonds dress and casual shoes. This pair in the 5-65 last fits just as expected and the brown suede is gorgeous. What sold me on this pair was the rubber sole which makes them perfect for winter wear. I waterproofed them and bought shoe trees for them. They are perfect for dressing up jeans or khakis or dressing down a navy suit. I love all my Allen Edmonds shoes and belts, and ties, and socks, and scarves etc. etc… I did order the matching belt for these and it looks very stylish paired with them. Never any complaints with this company. If you do have a problem they will do everything in their power to make it right,

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