Originally founded as Walk-Over Shoes, this all-American shoemaking institution can trace its roots back to 1758, when Benjamin Keith first started making shoes in the town of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Keith’s shoe-making techniques passed down from generation to generation until George E. Keith established the Walk-Over brand proper — the first shoe brand in America, in fact — in 1899. Ever since, Walk-Over has established itself as a go-to source for discerning fans of American-made shoes and boots, all the while remaining true to its mission to sell footwear “made to a standard, not a price.” Goodyear welt construction defines the brand’s Kelso boot, Zachary wingtip boots, and other styles; best-sellers like the Hathaway 100 sandals and Wilfred chukka boots are constructed from the highest-quality suede. Made in the USA, Walk-Over shoes and boots are built to last.
From cap toes and wingtips to chukkas, loafers, and more, we’ve got every kind of dress shoe on offer in this encyclopedic sale. So whether you’re looking for a new pair for the office or something that can pull double duty with jeans and a jacket on the weekends, you’re sure to find the perfect pick right here.
If you’re on Gilt Man, then you likely know we take our essentials seriously. Featuring a host of covetable items from spring-ready scarves to lightweight knits to footwear and much more, this sale is a veritable shopping list for spring.
End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on pieces from some of your favorite designers, including 7 for All Mankind, John Varvatos, and Gant by Michael Bastian, among others. You’ll find everything here from polos and espadrilles to sportcoats and cufflinks. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about — but only after you’ve made your picks.
You’ve heard the saying: Judge a man by his shoes. Well, the footwear in this sale is guaranteed to put you in good standing (in, ahem, more ways than one), thanks to a handpicked assortment from brands like Antonio Maurizi, Brooks Brothers, Florsheim by Duckie Brown, and more.