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- 100% Leather
- Rubber sole
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Glossy leather oxford featuring stitched cap toe and embossed logo at side heel
- Lace-up closure
- Low-rise stacked heel
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From the manufacturer
A Fit Like No Other
ECCO designs footwear to meet your needs, whether you're taking the stairs, walking around the city all day, or scrambling over rocky slopes; ECCO delivers superior fit, durability, support and flexibility. Our advanced construction techniques and continuous exploration in materials science add up to comfort you can count on. You'll notice the difference immediately - and at the end of an intense hike or after walking a dozen blocks uptown, you'll continue to appreciate the difference of ECCO.
The ECCO Freedom Fit
Conventional shoes fit across your feet at the toes, restricting the way your toes spread as you walk. ECCO's Freedom Fit is different; it offers a roomy toe box and fits more narrowly from heel to instep, suitable for most widths. Toes spread naturally to support your weight and foster a more comfortable walking experience. Feet of nearly all widths feel good in ECCO, comfort straight from the box.
ECCO is one of the very few manufacturers to have its own tanneries where it processes its own hides and leathers. This ensures that ECCO has the highest quality control from raw materials to finished shoe. The various highly advanced processes and treatments, to which the hides are subjected, always reflect the look and specific function of the product. This ensures a perfect match of form and function.
ECCO Comfort Fibre System
This exclusive inlay sole is designed with a vegetable-tanned leather surface. Underneath is a soft layer of unique, moisture-absorbent foam; treated with AGION for long-lasting and effective control of bacteria and odor. The pumping effect of the foam is activated as you walk- pushing air through tiny holes in the lining to create comfortable air circulation around the foot.
Polyurethane (or PU) is a manufactured material that can take the place of rubber. PU is the longest lasting material for outsoles; often lasting 2-3 times longer than traditional materials. In an ECCO shoe, PU is made to be flexible and shock absorbing; requiring little to no break-in period and allowing the wearer to be comfortable longer. PU also retains is shape or 'Memory' longer, allowing the wearer the same support from the first day to the last in their ECCO shoes.
These ECCO shoes have a nylon or TPU shank allowing the wearer to breeze through some security checkpoints without removing their shoes.
Direct Injection Process
Direct inject Production or DIP is a highly specialized process in which ECCO is a world leader. This discipline represents the core competence of ECCO sole technology- and one of the secrets behind the special and famous 'instant fit' of an ECCO shoe.
It’s a process where the upper is placed into the mould, and liquid polyurethane (PU) is injected to shape the and anatomically correct midsole and / or outsole. Robot precision ensures a consistent quality regardless of the production location.
Sure to complement all your business assembles, the new ECCO Cairo Cap Toe Tie is a classic dressy look that doesn't compromise on comfort. Made with luxurious leather, it boasts of a part leather lining that is soft and comfortable, ensuring a perfect inner climate. Removable leather-covered inlay sole with ECFS enhances inner breathability for maximum ease, while tractionable PU outsole with shock point reduces friction for long lasting hours of comfort. Perfect choice to be paired with any business attire. Make your busy day a tad bit easier with the all-new ECCO Cairo Cap Toe Tie.
ECCO is a European shoe company founded in Denmark in 1963. Today they own and operate factories throughout Europe and Asia. They produce all the leather used in making Ecco shoes, taking measures to protect the environment at the same time. Their sole aim is to make a comfortable walking shoe.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00H95IH68
- Item model number: Cairo Cap Toe Tie
- Date first listed on Amazon: June 16, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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I bought this shoe several years ago--love it and still wear it. The ASIN (Amazon listing number) for that one was B00H95IH68. So I bought it again a few weeks ago, and this is not the same shoe, and it is not better. The ASIN this one is B01M743I2J. Both shoes are still listed, so you can see the difference yourself.
One example (the most obvious difference) is the cap. My last Cairo had a nice cap. My new Cairo looks like someone just scratched some lines across the front where the cap stitching should be. (To be fair, they are very high-quality, straight lines. You can see this difference in the two listings.) If I'm standing there looking at my feet--a pastime which I thoroughly enjoy--I can barely see the lines. If I couldn't see the scratched lines at all, I would just tell myself I didn't get a cap-toe. But since I can barely see the scratched lines, they really just look like scratches or abrasions, or creases. I'm not sure, but it's not smooth, and it's not a cap. It looks sloppy.
I can think of 2 explanations for this:
1) I got a counterfeit. I hope this is what happened. Because then Ecco will still be Ecco, and the world will be good.
2) Ecco is going cheap on us. I really hope this is not the case. I remember when Dr Martens were awesome shoes--comfortable, high quality. Then someone decided to "harvest the brand," made a quick buck, and docs went down the toilet and became unwearable. I did some sole-searching (haha!) and landed on Ecco, which were awesome shoes--comfortable, high quality, long-lasting. Now I've seen my first sign of cheap, and it worries me.
So far it's mainly a bad, awkward cap. But if I keep wearing these (I'll probably send them back), will my feet start to hurt? Will the shoes start falling apart after a few months? I don't know. The cap went cheap. What else went cheap?
If I keep these, I'll update the review. If these turn out to be counterfeits, I'll delete the review and go leave a good review on the listing for my old, genuine Ecco Cairo Cap-Toe shoes.
These are the comfiest and nicest looking pair of oxfords I've owned. I can use them for my job at the office...but have also had to walk around urban neighborhoods in them, and they are comfier than some sneakers I've owned.
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