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For a timeless, sophisticated look, the Neumok from Allen Edmonds delivers excellence with a brogued leather upper featuring a classic wingtip design. A modern lace up front adds a dash of style, while the leather sole makes for a smooth, easy step.
The Neumok is a six-eyelet balmoral with classic Allen Edmonds brogueing from heel to toe, all achieved on an unlined upper in your choice of three distinctive distressed leathers or two fashionable varieties of suede. Whichever leather you choose, each is extremely malleable, promising to give you a personal fit and that sought-after lived-in look from the first day you lace up the Neumok. A perfect contrast to the supple body of the shoe, the double leather butyl sole with a stylish split-reverse welt provides a strong profile that is further enhanced by its handsome toasted edge. For those looking for a fresh take on the wingtip that goes with today's unconstructed look, don't muck around with anything else!See all Product Description
I have been very disappointed with these shoes.
- They are very heavy and stiff. Noisy too if you're walking on wood floors. Read more
THE BEST SHOES MAID IN AMERICA .....NOTHING TO ENVY ITALIAN SHOES,LIKE A OLD FASHION TO GET CONFORT,ELEGANCE AND DURABILITY YEHAAAAPublished 3 months ago by Jose C.
This is a classy shoe that looks great with blue jeans or khakis, but would not be out of place in a more formal setting either. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Roger J. Buffington
Allen Edmonds makes the best shoes and the best part is that they are still handcrafted in the USA in the great state of Wisconsin! This is my 10th pair.Published 9 months ago by Michael Webster
No store in town had these AE in the right size/color combo. They arrived promptly, came in a great box with shoe covers etc. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kaisa
I'll keep it short; True to fit, mostly. Out of the bags (AE's complimentary dustbags), the toebox was a little narrow on a D. That said, my feet tend to run a little wide. Read morePublished 10 months ago by DJLaw