Black Square Toe Fashion Oxford Shoes

US$129.00 US$99.00
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Classic Style: Square toe classic metal buckle oxford with classic solid black.

Comfort: Fully cushioned memory foam insole for superior padded cushy comfort and shock absorption.

Quality Sole: Flexible sole with outsole stitch detailing and criss-cross etching for traction.

Durability: Lightweight construction with extended durability with breathable linings.

Perfect Fit: Fit tip – If in between two sizes go for the larger size.

Upper Material: 100% Leather
Sole Material: Rubber

Weight N/A
Men Size

M – 6 US (38 EU), M – 6.5 US (39 EU), M – 7 US (40 EU), M – 8 US (41 EU), M – 8.5 US (42 EU), M – 9.5 US (43 EU), M – 10 US (44 EU)

Color

Black

Customer Reviews

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JoeJoe
Quality shoe.

This is a very high-quality shoe. Shoes arrived in a nice box, each shoe was in its own protective sleeve and both shoes were presented in a very nice drawstring bag.

The width is perfect. These shoes are made with real leather and will take some time to break in but the fit is very comfortable.

I would most certainly order these shoes again.

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Jonason
Very comfortable Dress Shoe

I've had these shoes for a few months now. They are by far the most comfortable dress shoe I have purchased. Especially when you consider the price. There was a good discount, but they are worth the full price.
I have a wider foot and have typically only been comfortable in skate shoes, or specifically wide foot shoes. These shoes do not feel restrictive.
I've done a fair amount of walking and standing in these shoes as well, and my feet feel perfectly fine at the end of the day. Usually, my feet are dead after a day of walking in dress shoes.
These shoes have been worn very nicely.

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Narciso
Pleasant Surprise!

These are my first pair of sunglasses. This pair of oxford shoes are very stylish and stylish. I love these! I am happy with the shape and fit. They arrived in perfect condition. Polarization was an essential factor.