Allen Edmonds Men's Lubbock Monk Strap,Chestnut,8.5 D US
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- Leather sole
- Split reverse welt
- Double leather sole
Founded in 1922, Allen-Edmonds Shoe Corporation manufactures premium men's footwear, accessories, and cedar products using the philosophy of quality, service and integrity. Taking shoemaking to the level of an art form, each pair of Allen-Edmonds shoes are carefully crafted by hand in a process that includes 212 separate production steps. No detail is too small, because supreme quality is the cornerstone of the Allen-Edmonds name.
- Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 11.1 x 5.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
- ASIN: B004QK8Q8S
- Item model number: Lubbock
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 10, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
It is not a desert boot, but the calf is a bit thicker and the sole more pronounced. The Lubbock is Goodyear welted, but with external stitching running 360 to the upper. This shoe takes several wears before the calf gives and the sole molds, but there is a noticeable comfort that is well worth the wait.
My pair run a little large, but I don't think that I could take them 1/2 size smaller. I don't suffer an heel slippage, but there is slight gap. I wear them with thicker socks and jeans as well as linen trousers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great looking shoes and well made for the most part. I've had mine for about 2 years now but after about 1.5 years some of the stitching has started to come loose on the upper.Published 17 months ago by Bryan Brunnemeyer
The shoe, runs super large. Buyers should be made aware of that when contemplating this purchase.
Evidently you need to go down one half size when ordering, but after size 10,... Read more
The exact pair of these arrived in what appeared to be used condition and no replacement was available. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by Ben