Fully Leather Lined
Roomier Toe, Slip-Resistant Sole
Classic Styling (Gorgeous)
The Florsheim Tipper has great design it's actually a simple designed shoes but looks classy this Florsheim Shoes has a wing tip brogue dress shoe which features a leather upper, sheepskin linings, not only the design that's great about this Florsheim shoes but also the comfort, the Bio Comfort Sock Liner, and a durable leather sole. The Florsheim Bio Comfort Sock Liner System is Bio-mechanically designed to be breathable, moisture-wicking, and provide excellent shock absorption. Which makes your Florsheim shoes comfortable to wear even in long walks you'll feel like wearing a sneakers inside and a spectacular formal design outside.
One of the great thing about this Florsheim shoes is its price it isn't as high as other designer shoes it cost only $110.
I can say this Florsheim is the best shoes for me, and it is my Must Haves.
The SS10 collections keep rolling in – this time it’s Velour’s. Launched in 1997 by Per Andersson, Velour started out as a store which sold deadstock clothing from his grandmother’s old shop. He then opened Nostalgi, which mixed in deadstock clothing with his own remakes and interpretations of that clothing – which eventually evolved into Velour.
Keeping one eye on the fact that SS10 collections launch in January, Velour have added cable knit jumpers, striped sweaters and lightweight duffle coats. There’s also rolled up denim shorts, chinos galore and plenty of checked shirts.
Our friends at Valet spends some time with Ilaria Urbinati of Confederacy LA on the new Florsheim for Duckie Brown collection. ” ‘The whole point of a collaboration is to do something different and show a new take on a classic,’ says Ilaria Urbinati, the stylist and co-owner of LA’s Confederacy, who scored a two-month exclusive on the line. The collection includes revamped styles like Florsheim’s signature Riza loafer but Urbinati’s torn on a favorite. ‘It’s between the brogue boot, which looks like something Oliver Twist would wear and kick your ass in,’ she laughs.”
I have been dress boots boy since college days. In early 80's I bought my first pair of black Florsheim Imperial and rest is a history. After wearing 4 pairs of Imperial I discovered another fine Florshiem product..Royal Imperial dress boots in black and burgundy. Enjoyed nearly 7 pairs and it was discontinued in mid 90's breaking my heart least to mention.Since then wearing Florsheim Duke and upto my 8th pair.Duke is nowhere near the Royal Imperial but Duke does have 'classic features' fine workmanship and a perfect fit.Duke by Florshiem goes well with suits for the office and goes even better with jeans. Even horses respond well to its heel during horseback ridding! Based on my personal use and experience Duke by Florsheim is strongly recommended for fashion oriented men!!
If you are interested in shoes that evoke that sartorial old school spirit, you can't beat Florsheim Shoes.Florsheim Shoes are comfortable and long lasting.Florsheim offers free shipping both ways for Florsheim Shoes.
This is the first time i have ordered Florsheim Shoes.They are well made and have nice soft padding around the top. They are sized correctly so order your actual size. I ordered too big. I will re-order the right size this time. I do recommend them. I will be buying more. I can't believe how long I have been missing this kind of comfort.
It's no wonder that Florsheim shoes have been a classic among men's footwear for over 100 years. With an unsurpassed range of sizes and widths, there's a Florsheim shoe for nearly any guy - but what really sets them apart is great crafstmanship, lots of comfort features, and truly great looks. Here my top picks in Florsheim Shoes for men.
Pictured: Florsheim "Richfield" Lace Up
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Size 11.5 C. I would rate the uppers an 8 out of 10, and the soles a 7 out of 10 (they are a bit wet in the picture as well. These are really cool...
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Flosheim shoes are set to make their imprint on our shores.
ONCE you start wearing Florsheim shoes, you won't want to wear any other brand."
This is no empty boast. Syed Naqiz Shahabuddin, director and part owner of Florsheim Malaysia, is speaking from personal experience, being a loyal follower of the brand himself.
"I've known the brand for the longest time – I bought a pair of Florsheim shoes for my graduation, my first day of work, and even for my wedding!" he said.
According to him, there are many loyal "Flosheimites" in Malaysia, many of whom have visited the flagship Florsheim store which opened its doors in 1 Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, on July 7.
"There are a lot of hardcore Florsheim followers who were very excited about the store, and came here to look at the range and pick up a pair as well," Syed Naqiz said.
"These guys know a lot about the brand and the shoes – they'd come in and tell us they only wear Florsheims, and some even take off their shoes and show them to us!"
Though the brand may be relatively new to Malaysians, it is one of the oldest and most trusted American brand of shoes, having been established in 1892 by founder Milton Florsheim.
Why did it take so long to arrive at our shores?
"Florsheim went through a period of restructuring the past few years. In 2002, the original Florsheim family bought back the company, and they have restructured and realigned the brand," said Syed Naqiz.
The company recently expanded to Asia, with stores in the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong and now, Malaysia.
Besides the usual comprehensive range of Florsheim shoes (which includes casual as well as formal styles), the store in 1 Utama also carries the exclusive and slightly more high-end Imperial range, as well as the Comfortech range – shoes engineered specially for maximum comfort, perfect for those who are always on the go.
Florsheim also has a range of ladies shoes on display at the store, and Syed Naqiz is planning to expand that section in the near future.
"The response to the ladies shoes has been quite good – some ladies have heard of Florsheim shoes for men, and were pleased that we have a ladies section as well."
With so many types of Florsheims, how does one determine which one to buy?
Syed Naqiz explained that men usually have different criteria when it comes to buying shoes. Some are dictated by the price, while others prefer shoes that are comfortable. There are also those who would buy a shoe based on the latest fashion.
The first thing Syed Naqiz does when a client steps into the shop is assess his style of shoes.
"Most men will not stray too far from what they are used to wearing. If you come in wearing a pair of vintage design Brogues, then I'll take you to that particular section. If you're wearing sharp pointed shoes then, I'll point you to that section," he said.
So what happens if customers come in wearing sneakers or sandals?
"Well, we'll just ask a few questions to gauge what they prefer and to find out what kind of shoes they are looking for. Then we recommend the shoes based on what they prefer," he said.
Ranging from RM599 to RM800 a pair, the shoes are not exactly budget-friendly. But, according to Syed Naqiz, Florsheim shoes are well known for their quality, durability and comfort.
"A pair of Florsheim shoes can last you five to 10 years, provided you take good care of them. In fact, the pair I bought for my graduation back in 1997 is still in good condition!" he said.
"Many Florsheim followers get so used to the shoes that they keep coming back for the same design, even after we stop producing them."
The key to making shoes last is to take good care of them, and to have several pairs and rotate them every other day, Syed Naqiz added.
"Preferably, one should not have just one pair of shoes and wear that every single day. You should have a few pairs and rotate among them. This way, you allow your shoes to recover from the wear and tear of each day."
While he reckons that Florsheim shoes outshine other brands because of their durability and comfort, the store also offers a one-year warranty for Florsheims purchased anywhere in the world.
"If the shoes you've purchased have a manufacturing defect, you can bring them to us and we'll try to help you fix it somehow," he said.
Florsheim Group Inc., one of America's top shoe manufacturers. For 110 years, Florsheim has been an uncompromising leader in men's footwear. Makers of quality mens shoes including casual dress shoes and business mens footwear as well as Florsheim dress boot and designer mens shoes in wide sizes.
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Men's Florsheim shoes exemplify quality and stylish design. Florsheim provides unmatched craftsmanship in their men's loafers, oxfords and boots.
The Berkley beef-roll penny loafer is made with a genuine hand sewn moccasin construction, and features a leather upper and a durable leather sole. This is a classic Florsheim shoe and sells for $90 which is not a bad deal.
Well guys, these are my babies. They are so durable I’m sure they will outlive me.
This is a Kenmoor 17109 Florsheim shoe. The Kenmoor classic long wing tip brogue dress shoe has either a heritage calfskin leather or pebble grain cashmere calf leather upper, and is fully leather lined. This shoe features a double leather sole with Goodyear Welt construction for exceptional durability. The Kenmoor is also part of the Florsheim Imperial line, which represents only the finest leathers and craftsmanship. It has a price tag of $225. Ouch!
I love my Florsheim shoes pretty much the same way some people love their pets. The older they get, the most affection they get from me. This love affair goes back a long time.
I saw a Florsheim shoe for the first time when I traveled to New York in October of 1980. I was being promoted to Sales Supervisor of marine fuels and lubes by Texaco and had to spend 15 days in New York and 15 days in London and Brighton to shape me up. It was be best experience in my life. But that’s another story.
In New York, I was staying at the Roosevelt Hotel; the same hotel where famous musician Guy Lombardo played for thirty years. On a cold Sunday afternoon, I decided to go out and explore the city. It was time to meet the beast face to face. I went window shopping at Manhattan’s famous Fifth Avenue.
The windows displays were gorgeous. It was October and the stores were getting ready to make the big killing in December. In one of those windows I spotted the most beautiful shoes I’ve ever seen. I couldn’t resist the temptation of taking a closer look. Only to look I said, since my budget was extremely limited and I was in foreign lands. When I exited the store, my Net Worth had decreased by $50. Plastic money helped me out—Visa.
Since then, I’ve been completely faithful to Florsheim shoes. Not even once have I faltered in my love affair with this leather product. Even as we speak, I have four pairs of Florsheim shoes. They are the only ones I have. Here they are: