Wingtip Oxfords

CHURCH'S
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Wingtip Oxfords

$409
$299 Gilt
Size (UK):
Men's Shoes
UK Men US EU CN
4 5 38 38
4.5 5.5 38.5 39
5 6 39 39.5
5.5 6.5 39.5 40
6 7 40 41
6.5 7.5 40.5 41.5
7 8 41 42
7.5 8.5 41.5 43
8 9 42 43.5
8.5 9.5 42.5 44
9 10 43 44.5
9.5 10.5 43.5 45
10 11 44 46
10.5 11.5 44.5 46.5
11 12 45 47
11.5 12.5 45.5 47.5
12 13 46 48
12.5 13.5 46.5 49
13 14 47 50
14 15 48 50
  • 7.5
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    Men US 8.5
    EU 41.5
    CN 43
  • 8
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    Men US 9
    EU 42
    CN 43.5
  • 8.5
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    Men US 9.5
    EU 42.5
    CN 44
  • 9
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    Men US 10
    EU 43
    CN 44.5
  • 10
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    Men US 11
    EU 44
    CN 46
Color:
ebony
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Description
At a Glance
Designer

Leather oxfords

  • Metal eyelet vamp
  • Braided cotton lacing
  • Broguing detail throughout
  • Tonal stitch detailing
  • Round wingtip toe
  • Lined
  • Patterned rubber outsole with traction
  • This product was sourced for Gilt by a trusted independent supplier.
  • Slash price reflects previous Gilt price

Material: Calf

Brand: CHURCH'S

Origin: United Kingdom

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The storied English shoe company formally began on May 1, 1873, when Thomas Church opened a small factory with his wife and sons in Northampton (the home of England's best shoemakers). in 1999 Church's was bought by the Prada Group, and today it retains its position as one of the world's most respected footwear companies, with a roster of clients, including one James Bond.