The Park Avenue balmoral is continually an Allen-Edmonds best-seller and the Inauguration Day footwear choice for Presidents Reagan, H.W. Bush, Clinton and G.W. Bush. Guaranteed to make a dramatic impression, this cap-toe balmoral combines a classic silhouette, traditional cap toe styling and unsurpassed fit to convey the serious presence necessary for anyone who leads by example.
This shoe is the calfskin style that is a good alternative to the Park Avenue - Cordovan that used to be available.
Whether you ask a scientist, electrician or a romantic matchmaker, they'll all tell you the same thing: opposites attract. And when it comes to the Grayson, consistently one of our top sellers, that same axiom has proven true when it comes to shoe styling as well. Yes, this model's clean profile gives it the respectability of a dress shoe, but it is also delivers the gratifying convenience of a slip-on loafer. Sure, it has the cultivated look that only comes with a sleek toe and hand-raised stitching, but its tassel and side-lacing convey an individual spirit that cannot be overlooked. Whether you are charmed by its sophistication or its playfulness-or some combination of the two, we can assure you will fall in love with these shoes that adapt perfectly to both your work and social lives.
Named after the iconic American artist Maxfield Parrish, the same dramatic texture and color goes into this loafer. The underlay woven saddle and collar coupled with the classic tassel gives these hand-sewn moccasins a unique identity all their own. Beyond the black style, the Maxfield in chili burnished calf can be worn with just about anything. Add in the comfort and stability of the full leather linings and single oak leather sole, and you have a picture-perfect shoe.
The Cody moc-toe tassel slip-on loafer. Named after the American legend William "Buffalo Bill" Cody, cowboy, circus entertainer, celebrity, soldier, and more. This shoe mixes business with pleasure. It has an excellently playful breathable woven plug, braided lacing and fringed kiltie. Equally important, the distinguished tassel loafer styling coupled with the single oak leather sole speaks to your professionalism, making this a great substitute for traditional lace-up office wear, especially on Fridays or during the summer. The Cody is a versatile and very unique shoe.
These loafers are the perfect traveling companion, so long as you don't stick a penny in the saddle (a no-no sure to draw the ire of both the fashion police and TSA). Not only will the slip-on design help you get through airport security with minimal hassle, but the versatility inherent in the extended profile, single oak sole and raised stitching on the moccasin toe, means that this one shoe can cover all the events - work and play - that go along with an important business trip or just a busy home life. The Shell Cordovan styles feature Reddenbach single oak leather soles and dovetail toplifts for an even more sophisticated look. Whichever style you choose and no matter where you are, with the Randolph on your feet, you'll feel at home anywhere.
Regularly polishing helps your shoes resist dirt, rain and snow while providing a lustrous glow. Includes a sponge tip for easy application with no mess. 2.5 oz
Similar to the Park Avenue in terms of styling and fit, the Fifth Avenue, first introduced to the line in 1956, makes a stylish comeback as part of the Timeless Classics Collection. The perfing on this cap-toe balmoral adds the perfect level of sophisticated detail. Has Bal Lace.
First introduced to the Allen Edmonds line in 1983, the Strand boasts refined elegance with an unparalleled fit. This cap-toe balmoral with perfing detail is now reintroduced as part of the Timeless Classics Collection. A perfect style to pair with your professional attire to make a memorable impression. Has Bal Lace. - Six-eyelet cap toe balmoral - Perfing, pinking and toe medallion - Leather lined - 65 Last - Regular welt - Leather sole - Rubber heel
We recommend using shoe trees after each wearing to maintain the regular shape of your shoes. Available in sizes to fit most Allen-Edmonds shoes, with ventilation slots to quickly dissipate moisture. - Sold in pairs only.
For enduring elegance, choose the McAllister from the Timeless Classics Collection. A full brogue wingtip balmoral with sophisticated details, the McAllister was first introduced in 1956 and quickly became a best-selling shoe. Its everlasting appeal ensures it will always be in style.
Formulated to renew color, cover scratches and moisturize your shoes - 114 g. (4 oz.) - Made in the USA Use instructions:
Apply a coat of Allen Edmonds Shoe Cream with a cotton cloth or horsehair dauber to help renew color, cover scratches and moisturize your shoes. After allowing to air dry, remove excess polish by brushing with a horsehair shine brush and buff to a desired shine.
An Allen Edmonds favorite, the Shelton saddle shoe is updated with two rich color combinations: Walnut/Brown and a new version of Burgundy/Black. The double oak leather sole is classic Americana. Has Bal Lace.
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." Those are the words of Leonardo daVinci, who brought that sensibility to all of his artistic endeavors, including the many footwear prototypes he sketched out. In creating the Leeds, we combined this Italian's artistic notion with a uniquely American design to produce a shoe that is at once aesthetically pleasing while also being inherently straightforward. This model's handsome plain-toe and blucher vamp combine to create a traditional look that blends perfectly with any outfit, from a suit to khakis and even jeans. Of course, simple doesn't have to mean boring, so we added an intricate arch saddle-stitch and a double oak leather sole to give the Leeds just the right hint of refinement. Throw in the comfort that comes with the wider girth and more rounded, fuller toe of this 1-Last shoe, and you've got a fashionable, foot-friendly design that even an Old Master would be proud to wear.
Rich leather case contains two wood-backed horsehair shine shoe brushes, two horsehair polish daubers, two cotton flannel polishing cloths, Allen-Edmonds conditioner/cleaner and carnauba wax shoe polish (black and brown).
Those who are drawn to our polished leather shoes like the Shelton and Walden will definitely take a shine to this belt. Expertly crafted with calfskin that it is polished to a brilliant shine and burnished to a smooth texture, this elegant stitchless belt with a polished nickel buckle and double leather keepers captures the refined elegance that has been a hallmark of our handmade dress shoes for nearly a century. 32mm wide. Made in U.S.A. Allen Edmonds Polished Cobbler Dress Belt: 32mm wide Made in U.S.A. Black Belt features a Polished Nickel Buckle
An elongated forepart with a tapered split-toe and plug overlay distinguish this blucher dress style. Corresponds well with professional attire or dress slacks. - Split-toe blucher premium dress shoe - Lined premium calfskin leather upper - Single oak leather sole - 360 degree Goodyear welted construction - Manufactured on the welted 108 Last
The Cordovan Tab belt is handcrafted of the same premium cordovan leather used in our cordovan shoes. A brushed nickel square buckle adds a touch of modernity. 35 mm wide. Made in U.S.A.
Extended wingtip perforation on this striking blucher is sure to catch your eye. Not only is this shoe fashionable, but it has one of the best fits of any Allen Edmonds style
Keep your heels and sole edges looking like new. Includes a handy sponge tip for neat application. 4oz
Is there anything more all-American than the penny loafer? How about one made right here in the U.S.A.? We didn't think so. That's why we named this new model the Patriot. A faithful interpretation of this timeless design, the Patriot honors our legacy of craftsmanship and classic American style like no other shoe on the market. Of course, there is always a little room for improvement, which is why we designed a brand new last - the 606 - especially for these shoes. Roomier in the forefoot but also featuring our trademark narrow heel (perfect for those who forgo socks), this last has helped us create our best fitting penny loafer ever. The consummate country club shoe, the Patriot is sure to become our next American classic.
The Norwich has a monk strap silver buckle, thin stitching, and double oak leather sole. It has an elongated toe and a slightly higher instep.