Florsheim Men's Como Slip-On
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- Leather sole
- Decorative leather piping across the vamp lends stunning sophistication to this dress moccasin.
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Decorative leather piping across the vamp lends stunning sophistication to this dress moccasin.
In 1892, Milton Florsheim began producing shoes in a small factory located in Chicago, Illinois. The first pairs of Florsheim shoes made by Milton and his father, Sigmund, were a remarkable combination of style, comfort and high quality workmanship. This tradition continues today with the Florsheim family's commitment to producing trend-right, high quality footwear. Florsheim shoes are always available in a wide range of sizes and widths.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B009IJDTPC
- Item model number: Como
- Date first listed on Amazon: November 4, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Defective materials are being used on the last two pairs I purchased. After a long history as a loyal customer, I will not purchase another pair.
the back the heel is a little bit to wide
The florsheim Como Flat Strap 9.5 D fits good at the front (the lengt of the shoe) when you walk it out, but at the heel/ankle it is a little bit to wide. It"s better then the florsheim milano 9.5 D the front is to short for a 9.5 D. All 9.5 D should be fitting the same in inches and they are not.
Came just a tiny bit on the narrow side (I bought 6.5 regular, when my perfect size is 6.5 E - 'wider'). Fixed that by fitting them cedar shoe trees modified to stretch the shoes a bit (inserted s clothespin so they remain wide at the toes). After that, they fit like a literal glove and are not just elegant, but very comfortable for walking short distances. They do demand shoe horns when putting them on, but so does all fine leather loafers / moccasins that you want to preserve in good shape for years on end.