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- Leather sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5.5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Smooth polished kidskin leather
- Perforated cap toe
- Leather lining
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Men's Stacy Adams Madison Boots. Classic style. Clean lines. Supple kid leather uppers. Durable leather soles. Cushioned footbeds. State Color, Size and Width. What more could you want in an Ankle Boot? That's right... nothing. So order yours now! Please Note: This item is shipped directly from the factory. Please allow an extra 2-4 weeks for delivery... sorry no express shipping available. We are unable to ship factory direct items to Canada, Puerto Rico or APO or FPO addresses. Men's Stacy Adams Madison Boots
Fine detailing and superior comfort features give the Madison from Stacy Adams its high style and easy wearability. Leather lining combines with a supple kid leather upper to deliver breathability and durability, while a padded leather insole delivers all-day support. And a rough and tough leather sole helps stand up to wear and tear.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000FQ1DH8
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 2003
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
Leather is thin, light weight, and cheap.
Foot bed offers no real support or orthopedic advantage.
Heel is like plastic.
Leather soles will offer no traction.
Now what is so good about this shoe? Why 5 stars?
There are much better shoes out there. You get what you pay for. If you can afford it, buy a pair of Allen Edmonds Men's Dalton Lace-Up Boot, Alden Men's 9 Eyelet Wing Tip Boot Shell Cordovan Color 8, Wolverine Mens 1000 Mile Boots, or Red Wing Men's 6" Iron Ranger Boot.
What you get here is an inexpensive, comfortable boot that does not require any breaking in. Just oil them, polish them, and wear them. Good Year welt means that you can re-sole after reasonable wear. You can also have a reputable cobbler apply a Vibram Rubber Half Soles Replacement. Yes, this is not the same well built shoe that Stacy Adams put on the market when they were founded in 1875. What you have here is one of the best shoes that you can buy for under $100 USD. This fashionable shoe is really a timeless classic that can be worn with jeans or a suit.
Most of the time, when I find a brand or pair I like, I will buy 2 or 3 pairs so I can be set for a year.
The trouble with my last brand was: they stopped making them. Having tried some cheap nice looking boots from Shoebuy I decided to spend a little more, in the 120$ range to get better looking shoes and better quality.
So in come the Stacy Adams... or so I thought.
About the dress boot:
First thing out of the box I noticed the plastic shiny look. It did not look like leather but more like a cheap plastic shoe. However, I assumed that that would wear off when I had them polished.
What I also noted is that the shoes weighed virtually nothing. Not always, but in many cases a sign of lower grade quality.
When I put the shoes on I noticed that the laces, when laced comfortable, are way too short: I could not get them laced all the way up. I also noticed that the 'tongue' would not easily stay in position UNLESS I tightened the laces which would cut off bloodsupply in my ankles and restrict ankle movement... very uncomfortable! and the tongue slipping to the side is EXTREMELY annoying after a while.
Anyways, having worn them for a few weeks I noticed that the soles and leather were already suffering significantly. The shape of the shoe 'caved' in and the shoe started to look awful under a suit. So much so that it became the office joke.
Anyways, my personal opinion is that I have bought better shoes for half the price that lasted much longer and that I CHOSE TO WEAR. These? I ignore them in my closet nowadays.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought these to replace an old pair of Florsheim Hugo. Right out of the box they fit very well when straight laced (although I have pretty thin feet. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Shoes were well stitched, but the materials were very hard to break in. I actually ended up returning them because the creases on them made the shoe so ugly.Published 6 days ago by Paul Mosher
Great retro style. The quality control is lacking somewhat--I had to pull up the inner heel lining on one of the boots as there were clumps of glue underneath that made walking... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Erich B.
Great white boots for my white suit, it just matches my unusually favorite outfitPublished 2 months ago by Oscar Mendoza
I absolutely love the old-school look and feel of these boots. Nothing quite like the shiny black leather upper and the hard soles, it recalls the 19th and 20th centuries. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jack O.
Very good looking. But very fragile too, don't forget to grease it before the very first time you go out with those shoes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Client d'Amazon
The shoes are nice shoes, but I definitely had to send back my size 14 order (size 14 is my usual shoe size) to get a size 13 instead. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer