Longmire Tweed Sartorial and Dark Brown Oxford Shoe
Made with true class in mind, the Oxford shoe first made its appearance in Scotland and Ireland. Occasionally called Balmorals after Balmoral Castle, the shoe was granted the name “Oxford” after Oxford University and made its first debut in North America in the 1800s. Nowadays, both men and women were them as a token of class, elegance, and true style. These shoes are timeless and so are those who style them.
Material: Tweed Sartorial, dark brown painted calf leather, red calf leather lining, brown Goodyear leather sole, and rubber button injections.
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