Leather and canvas wingtip derby shoes
- Tonal top-stitch detail
- Four metal-eyelet vamp
- Cotton lacing
- Rounded wingtip toe
- Broguing throughout
- Leather lining with cushioned insole
- Vibram Gumlite® sole with traction
- Heel height: 1¼"
When snow starts to hit the streets, you have three options: continue wearing your stylish but ill-equipped normal shoes, throw on a pair of arctic explorer-approved snow boots, or opt for something that looks right at home with a suit but isn’t afraid of a little slush. This selection of brogue boots and shoes fits the latter category perfectly. With options in colors like cognac, brown, and black, from Antonio Maurizi, Gordon Rush, and Walk-Over, among others, you can be sure you won’t have to sacrifice style to stay protected from the elements.
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.