Florsheim Men's Lexington Wingtip Oxford

3.9 out of 5 stars 136 customer reviews

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Very nice shoes,fit perfect and they are well made!!
My husband has worn Florsheim' s since he was a young man and loves how they fit and their comfortable wear.
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  • Leather
  • Imported
  • Leather and Rubber sole
  • Traditional full-brogue wingtip oxford shoe with waxy finish
  • Fully cushioned footbed
  • Pinking details on tongue and overlays

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Enduring standards of this Lexington dress shoe is a hallmark to the collection. Durable leather upper maintains it�s polished appearance through many invaluable occasions. The leather outsole with a TPR Island Flex Bar offers slip-resistance, flexibility and high abrasion resistance. Perfect for formal occasions and evenings that will impress everyone with your fashion veracity.

You'll never fail in the distinguished style of the Lexington wingtip oxford from Florsheim. Sport the cultivated look of a leather wingtip, along with the comfort of a rubber tap-outfitted leather sole, a fully-cushioned footbed, and leather quarter and sock linings. Plus, they're airport-friendly, so you can skip the hassle of baring your socks when passing through security.

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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000BW8L0S
  • Item model number: 17066-01
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 4, 2004
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,194 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    By C. Ricci on November 28, 2012
    Verified Purchase
    I had an identical pair of Florsheim wingtips for years and years and years. When the time finally came to retire them, I didn't hesitate ordering the same shoe in the same size.

    Sadly, they fall far short of what they used to be.

    They fit fine, wore in nicely, and then they just kept wearing down. After about a month of regular use (a work shoe that was in service any day that wasn't a brown day) the deadly squeak began. I thought I had done something horribly wrong until I read the other reviews with a similar problem. Not a little squeak, mind you. A looong, grating, old-door-slowly-opening-in-a-horror-movie squeak. It was plainly embarrassing to wear them.

    And they just started looking like garbage. Creases are to be expected, but they multiplied and deepened and even started flaking a little with remarkable speed. The sole was already wearing down to the lining after only a few months. Even without the noise they were not long for this world.

    Which is too bad. After six months they looked worse than my previous pair had after six years. Eventually I sucked it up and shelled out for a pair of Allen Edmonds, and found the quality I missed.

    Sorry to see you go, Florsheim.
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    Size: 11 3E USColor: Black Verified Purchase
    The models of Florsheim shoes have been downgraded to maintain the prices we are used to paying. This model of shoe USED TO BE a leather bottom, wide solid heel, with excellent production stitching and uniform shape on the outside of the shoe. I should have realized that you can't get the exact same shoe that I paid about $100 for in 2000 for $115 in 2013. It just is not possible given inflation.

    To get the quality I used to get I went up several models and paid $180. If you adjust the $100 I used to pay for 13 years of inflation then I find that $180 is the right price.
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    When this pair arrived, they looked nice, as expected, but they had an annoying sole squeak on the first wearing, something that usually wouldn't appear until much later in the life of the shoe. A second pair had the same problem. Clearly, the quality of construction is no longer there. 20 years ago I could buy from Florsheim and expect a few years of wear with care, but now the shoes need repaired before they can be worn the first time (if you don't want an embarrassing squeak. Don't go cheap, and don't be fooled by what was once a name of quality for the masses.
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    Long time buyer of Florsheim shoes - not anymore. The heel fell off after half a dozen wearings. So I tried to glue it back on (I was out of town) - it fuzzed all up - it is pressed cardboard. For a $%^&ing heel? Rubber, leather, something - but pressed cardboard? not cool.
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    Size: 12 D(M) USColor: Black Verified Purchase
    When I received the shoe there were 2 marks where the shoe had been damaged and it appeared that a touch up marker was used to try to fix the issue. If you pay this much for a shoe, it should be a new, undamaged product.

    All that aside, it is a good looking shoe. (If it weren't damaged)
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    Size: 10 D(M) USColor: Burgundy Verified Purchase
    I've been buying Florsheims since I started work out of college almost 20 years ago. I have definitely noticed their quality declining: leather seems to be becoming lower quality, heel construction looks to include some sort of plastic material, and the soles don't last as long. But, for $100 they look and feel just fine. Really good shoes are really expensive, so you have two choices: spend a ton of money on good shoes, take really good care of them, and hope they last a decade... or, spend a little money on less expensive shoes and replace them every few years. I prefer the latter.

    Again, for the money, these are just fine. Two items I would point out though, is that first, the soles are convex. Meaning when the shoe sits on the ground it does not sit flat, it rocks considerably from front to back. I can't really tell yet if I do or do not like this. They do feel different to walk in, though, that takes a little getting used to. Also, I bought the Burgundy color hoping it would be more of a cordovan/reddish color, but they are quite dark, almost maroon/purple. I would have preferred them to be lighter, but they're not bad.
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    Size: 10.5 E USColor: Black Verified Purchase
    I've always wanted to own a pair of Florsheims, but in Malaysia, a typical pair starts at around US$250.00. Plus, very few stores carry them. I was thus delighted to see Amazon carry the Lexingtons for USD 109.00. I wear a European size 10 (US 11) but I read in a review that Florsheim makes their shoes big, so I went with a size 10.5EE as I have broad feet.
    Out of the box, the first thing that struck me was how small the shoes appeared. Sure enough, lined up against my Hush Puppies and Scholls, the Florsheims were at least an inch shorter! They were, however a half inch longer than my favorite pair of loafers. I tried them on and groaned cos these shoes were so stiff, in fact they were hard! The first day, I wore them briefly. They DID NOT SQUEAK, regardless of walking surface. They felt well built and sturdy and had very good grip. They also had a brilliant shine, although the finish was not as great as the picture on the Amazon site.
    The second day was a full on affair, lasting approximately 16 hours. I came back with abraded skin on my toes, blisters over my outer ankle bone, and severe pain in my midfoot, the area below the tongue of the shoe. Hands down, these were the most uncomfortable shoes I've ever owned. The shoe had been made in such a way that the area around the ankle was narrow, with the prominent tongue of the shoe cutting into the skin there. Again, the super stiff leather didn't help, constantly prodding against the skin and ankle bones. The short shoe laces made lacing-up a trying affair, and do no favors for a premium brand shoes.
    Now, I've been wearing them daily for a week, and I've begun to tolerate them. They are still far from comfortable, and the hard sharp edged tongue and the narrow space around the laces still torment my right foot.
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