This shoe is a closeout style, and is therefore limited to the sizes and widths that are currently available online.
Cordovan Westchester - Penny Loafer Slip-on Men's Dress Shoes by Allen Edmonds
What's in a name? Just because a shoe is called a penny loafer doesn't mean it can't look like a million bucks. Case in point, the Westchester, which, like its namesake county that perfectly straddles the space on the map between the city and the country, toes the line between sophisticated yet relaxed, debonair yet down-to-earth. This versatility is a result of combining a sleek 360° welt sole with pin-tuck stitching to create a classic moccasin shape but with an elongated toe that captures a more modern feel. For those looking to truly make a name for themselves, it's also available in Cordovan featuring a Reddenbach single oak leather sole.
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- Leather sole men's slip-on loafer dress shoes
- Moc-toe penny loafer with dovetail heel
- Part of the Cordovan Collection of premium men's shoes
- Lined Genuine Shell Cordovan upper
- Single Redenbach leather sole and combination heel
- 360 degree Goodyear welted construction (learn about our 212 steps of Craftsmanship)
- Manufactured on the welted 7-97 Last (learn all about lasts)
- This shoe is eligible for our full Recrafting service (learn about Allen Edmonds legendary shoe Recrafting)
- Proudly made in the USA at our Port Washington, Wisconsin factory
- This shoe style is also available in Calfskin leather
This shoe style is manufactured with Genuine Horween® Shell Cordovan. Click here to watch a video about the special care that goes into making Shell Cordovan, and learn about the long relationship between Allen Edmonds and Horween.
Allen Edmonds Custom Men's Shoes
- Many of our shoe styles can be ordered in mis-matched and special sizes for a nominal charge through our Consumer Assistance Center at 1-800-235-2348.
Allen Edmonds Cordovan Shoe Care
- To find out which specific Allen Edmonds Shoe Care products and colors to use on your shoes, check out our Shoe Care Reference Guide.
- Cordovan leather requires different care than calfskin due to its different properties. To remove any natural oils or residue in areas where the shoe flexes, and to maintain the leather's quality, simply brush the leather with a horsehair shine brush or wipe with a cotton flannel polishing cloth. Polish occasionally with Allen Edmonds Cordovan Care Cream to protect the leather and maintain its rich color. Further details and videos are available on our Caring for Your Shoes page.