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|Price:||$52.25 - $120.00 & Free Return on some sizes and colors|
- Non-Leather sole
- Cap-toe oxford featuring brogue perforated trims and blind-eyelet lacing
- Fully cushioned memory foam insole
- Contrasting outsole with low stacked heel
- Fit tip- If in between two sizes go for larger size
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Cap toe oxford
Stacy Adams and men who know style have been a perfect fit for over 100 years. Founded in 1875 in Brockton, Massachusetts by William H. Stacy and Henry L. Adams, the Stacy Adams Shoe Company has long been a part of American culture. From the roaring '20s and the post-war boom, to Prohibition and the jazz era, Stacy Adams has been there. Stacy Adams is more than shoes--from head to toe they cover your style from hip-hop to silky soul.
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01C645RT6
- Item model number: Dickinson Cap Toe
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 6, 2016
- 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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Pros: Very good looking shoe. Fit exactly as expected for a wide width. Seem very well made. Very reasonably priced. Great overall value.
Cons: Very stiff at first. Zero arch support, requires arch insert if you have foot problems (which I do)
I would definitely but them again. If you found this review helpful, please indicate so below. Thank you!
They do require some breaking in. Fresh out of the box, the opening is very rigid, and you need to loosen the shoelaces quite a bit to somehow jam your foot in. I also recommend flexing the area around the heel and sides of the opening for a few minutes before putting the shoe on; the rigidity of the material caused pretty serious blisters for me the first time; second time I did this and it's been super comfy from day one.
These shoes looked really good for 6 solid months of wear 3-4 days per week. The leather wears well; even with noticible wear and tear, the leather aged nicely. Scrapes, nicks, and dings don't look awful; they just add character, like a baseball glove.
I replaced the shoelaces after 3-4 months. Around the same time, the rubber heel started peeling back, but nothing that can't be fixed with some superglue. Around month 7, I started noticing the support was starting to reach its critical point, which is when I decided to replace them. For the price point, replacing shoes every 6-8 months is a very good deal.