Details about 560
Our 560 is a classic full-brogue Oxford in black. These highly ornamented business shoes became socially acceptable in the 1930s: The Prince of Wales wore a full-brogue Oxford first while he was golfing and later on formal occasions, too. Today, it is an indispensable part of any man’s wardrobe.
Full-Brogue Oxford – an extremely versatile piece of footwear
Full-brogue Oxford shoes are characterised by a punched upper, a stitched-on wing tip and a counter cap. Also typical for these shoes are the elegant and closed five-hole lacing, that fits the shoe tightly onto the foot. Our 560, with its lyra details and rosette perforation on the toecap, radiates a sportive character and a simple elegance, which makes it adaptable to several outfits.
Full-brogue Oxfords match a blazer or a suit perfectly. The dyed leather is also the right choice for any business environment and could even style up a dark pair of jeans. This full-brogue Oxford is for men with a sense of both fashion and tradition or, simply put, anyone who loves distinguished shoes. This shoe looks great on thin feet with a low instep.
Please note: Our 560 boasts a normal width. If you are looking for shoes with a little more space, it is also possible to order our full-brogue Oxford in a wider shoe last. Please write your requirements in the delivery list box.
Comprising several parts with perforations and gimping along the edges, together with a punched wing cap, this is a special shoe style. Exuding sportive chic and understated elegance, the black full-brogue Oxford is a versatile work of art in leather and an expression of the fashion-conscious gentleman’s good taste.
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.