Details about 539
Oxford shoes first appeared in around 1830 in England. Today, more than 180 years later, the Oxford enjoys great popularity in the whole world. Unsurprisingly, it is even considered to be the most elegant men shoes of all. Whether for the office, a night at the theatre or special occasions, our plain Oxford in black promises a stylish appearance and excellent foot health.
A Plain Oxford perfectly matches your dinner suit
Steeped in tradition, Oxfords exude British charm, elegance and style. Our No. 539 boasts smooth, unornamented soft leather, which shines in a semi-gloss black colour. The straight lines and clean cut enhance its timeless character. The closed four-hole lacing fits the plain Oxford tightly onto the foot and forms a harmonic arrangement between feet and wearer.
The plain Oxford in black is a maybe a little too smart for free time. Its traditional elegance though looks great with formal business suits, while the smooth shape matches dinner suits perfectly, too. Our No. 539 makes long days on your feet easier.
The most elegant men’s shoe in the world. Smooth and undecorated, the black plain Oxford boasts a closed four-hole lacing and classic lines. It is a timeless must for the well-dressed professional and for anyone who wants to discover the fine tradition of welt-sewn shoes.
The standard British last form. Subtly and elegantly narrows at the front of the shoe, without sharply rising from the ground. The average width at the ball of the foot provides a great fit for average feet.
This shoe’s upper boasts premium, medium-soft and fully-dyed calfskin. The technical term for this kind of leather is "French calf". This type of leather is known for its flexibility, fine texture, and soft grain.