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Made with Allen Edmonds' signature 212-step crafting process, this stylish four-eyelet blucher features perforation detailing on the cap toe and quarter, and is finished with a soft leather lining and a custom heel.
Strand Cap Toe Oxford
Exquisite broguing highlights the capped toe of this six-eyelet oxford crafted from calfskin leather with a handsome burnish. Allen Edmonds has been making shoes in America for nearly 100 years using fine leathers, a 212-stepcrafting process and 360° Goodyear welt construction to ensure a high-quality product, every time.360° Goodyear welt construction allows for recrafting to extend the life of the shoe Leather upper, lining and sole Made in the USA of imported materials Men's Shoes Item…
Allen Edmonds Dalton in Oxblood - Made in Port Washington, WI. Beautiful and versatile dress boot color that goes with anything from navy jeans to a formal gray suit.
Review: Allen Edmonds Strand in Walnut
The Allen Edmonds Strand perfectly combines style, comfort, versatility, and quality. They are equally adept worn with denim to a casual dinner party...
OK- these are killer shoes. Good with gray, as you can see. Wear them with navy, browns, dark patterns, summer linens and you will look great. BTW- they last almost as long as your feet do.
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A Guide to Dress Boots (featuring Allen Edmonds Dalton)
Dress boots were the footwear of choice for men of yesteryear. Until the end of the Victorian period, men wore boots exclusively.