Now your feet can be cited as superior works of contemporary architecture with these boots from Allen Edmonds. Created by James Dayton, protégé of Frank Gehry, these boots are superior in both design and construction. Made by hand from calfskin, their full toe, extended calf-high uppers and perforated wingtips make them just as cool looking as one of Dayton’s architectural masterpieces, but a lot easier to wear.
In 1922, Allen Edmonds founder Elbert Allen launched a shoe company in Wisconsin. Elbert knew that staying true to his Midwestern roots was the surest way to shoe superstardom, and thus his inaugural batch of footwear was designed with the values of humility, trust, hard work, and honesty in mind. Elbert also pioneered a new breed of nail-less and shankless shoes, creating a comfortable style that became an instant success. Nearly a century later, Allen Edmonds is the premier manufacturer of the best made, best looking formal and casual men’s shoes around. They’re in Port Washington, Wisconsin.
Shipping and Returns
AVAILABLE APRIL 2013. Item can be exchanged, unworn within 30 days of purchase.
Details and Care
To remove any natural oils or residue in areas where the shoe flexes, and to maintain the leather's quality, simply brush the leather with a horsehair shine brush or wipe with a cotton flannel polishing cloth. Polish occasionally to protect the leather and maintain its rich color. Made in USA.