Pros: excellent value/nice style and finishing
Cons: A Fine Pair of Shoes won't/can't ship to the US
“STYLE Loake Strand is a semi brogue Adelaide. Adelaide brogues are a variant of oxfords with broguing in a "U" shape around the laces and it does not intersect any other seams on the vamp, also called an "U Throat" oxford. Normally, an oxford shoe has two separate pieces of leather for the vamp and the quarter that are sewed together. An Adelaide brogue has just one piece of leather for the...” --wurger
Modelo: 12153 - S Horma: Olfe Piel: Calf Color: Negro Suela: Cuero Vira: Formal Fabricación: GY-1 Montado: A mano Precio: 160 € (IVA incl.)
Modelo: 101097 - D Horma: Rui Piel: Calf Color: Marrón Suela: Goma Vira: Formal Fabricación: GY-1 Montado: A mano Precio: 160 € (IVA incl.)
Audley, one of the best selling original classics from the Hand Grade collection, is a straight-cap Oxford. Made from the finest calf leather and bark tanned single leather soles .
Hallam, an oxford shoe with a straight toe cap, our most popular style from the Men's Main Collection. Made from the finest calf leather or suede and single leather soles.
Belgrave, a classic oxford style featuring punching detail across the toe cap. Made using the finest calf leather or calf suede with bark tanned single leather soles. From the Hand Grade collection.
Leather Derby shoes from Crockett and Jones. Ideal for higher instep and generous fitting. Available in Black Calf and Chestnut Burnished Calf
This is the offering from theshoemart.com and is a classic balmoral cap toe oxford.
The popular Double Monks in the Inca last. It is a wider last than usual with a quick taper to a round toe.
“I own three pair of the AE Park Avenues, black, brown and merlot. This is my go-to everyday business shoe that I typically wear with a suit and tie. The quality is very good, the shoe shines up well, and while its not going to blow anyone away with it's fashion forward style, the Park Avenue is a great, traditional, conservative business captoe that won't steer you wrong.” --Bradford