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Cordovan MacNeil - Wingtip Lace-up Oxford Men's Dress Shoes by Allen Edmonds

  • Leather sole men's lace-up oxford dress shoes
  • Wingtip blucher premium dress shoes with perforated brogue styling
  • Lined Genuine Shell Cordovan upper made with Genuine Horween® Shell Cordovan
  • Part of the Cordovan Collection of premium men's shoes
  • Double Rendenbach leather sole and combination heel
  • 360 degree Goodyear welted construction (learn about our 212 steps of Craftsmanship)
  • Manufactured on the welted 97 Last (learn all about lasts)
  • This shoe is eligible for our full Recrafting service (learn about Allen Edmonds legendary shoe Recrafting)
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  • Proudly made in the USA at our Port Washington, Wisconsin factory

This is the shoe for the man that knows power and responsibility are not mutually exclusive, but instead inextricably joined. The classic tapered-toe profile of this 7-Last shoe-which fits almost every foot well-is strengthened with an extended perforated wing-tip and upper as well as dramatic toe detailing, all of which convey the authority and control of a man who means business. The sturdy double oak leather sole on these bluchers will make others take notice as you walk into a room while allowing the shoe to smartly withstand the day-to-day rigors that undoubtedly come with the steadfast commitment of the day-to-day commute.

Cordovan MacNeil - Wingtip Lace-up Oxford Men's Dress Shoes by Allen Edmonds

  • Leather sole men's lace-up oxford dress shoes
  • Wingtip blucher premium dress shoes with perforated brogue styling
  • Lined Genuine Shell Cordovan upper made with Genuine Horween® Shell Cordovan
  • Part of the Cordovan Collection of premium men's shoes
  • Double Rendenbach leather sole and combination heel
  • 360 degree Goodyear welted construction (learn about our 212 steps of Craftsmanship)
  • Manufactured on the welted 97 Last (learn all about lasts)
  • This shoe is eligible for our full Recrafting service (learn about Allen Edmonds legendary shoe Recrafting)
    Allen Edmonds Recrafting
  • Proudly made in the USA at our Port Washington, Wisconsin factory

This is the shoe for the man that knows power and responsibility are not mutually exclusive, but instead inextricably joined. The classic tapered-toe profile of this 7-Last shoe-which fits almost every foot well-is strengthened with an extended perforated wing-tip and upper as well as dramatic toe detailing, all of which convey the authority and control of a man who means business. The sturdy double oak leather sole on these bluchers will make others take notice as you walk into a room while allowing the shoe to smartly withstand the day-to-day rigors that undoubtedly come with the steadfast commitment of the day-to-day commute.

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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.

MacNeil Cordovan Wingtips 4.6 5 137 137
All day comfort I recently purchased these old school wing tips, which while never out of style, have made a comeback. I just spent all day on my feet during a convention, exhibits, coctail party events and medium long walks. At the end of the day, near midnight, I was still going strong. These shoes are amazing! Most of my peers, wearing "comfort" style shoes were complaining about tired feet early in the evening. Once broken in after about 3 days of wear, these are now my go to shoes after passing this test. June 26, 2014
Really a great shoe I have odd feet that really fluctuate based on time of day. Size 9 in dress shoes, 9.5 in tennis shoes. I purchased these in a size 9, D Width and they felt big. Not just long, but wide. If I put a thicker sock on it becomes a lot more secure. In the two years I've owned them my feet appear to be flattening out a bit, and thus are better fitting than they originally were. These are my favorite shoes now, and I wish I had more of them. I have a pair of Pierpont, McAllister's and a couple of the pair as well. But these are the best. I can't say enough about how solid and comfortable they are. I wish that more of the AE shoes had the double oak soles. April 23, 2014
Look great, fit not so great This is my 4th pair of AE dress shoes, and the only pair I did not like, only because of the fit. I bought these at an AE company store. I knew what shoe lasts I preferred based on my previous shoes and research on the AE website. This shoe was selected based on the clerk's recommendation, even after giving my preference for the wider mid-foot (my best fitting shoe, the Hillcrest, using the 4-234 last), as well as asking for shoes made for orthotics (i.e. the 678 last). Anyway, I came in with my own research and preferences, and walked out with the shoe the clerk recommended. The shoes were not built on a a last I was used to, and the fit didn't seem perfect. I asked if I could return these if they didn't break in, and never became comfortable. Although she did assure me that this shoe would work, and that it would break in, if I gave it time, she also stated I could not return them after wearing them. Previous shoes were purchased at Nordstroms...and as a result, future shoes will likely be bought there. These shoes never fit right. I also think they never truly broke in. The sole is thicker than my other AE shoes; every time I put them on, they feel like they are new, stiff shoes. They do not conform to my foot. They still give me heel and toe hot spots after only wearing them for two to three hours. For reference, I have had these shoes for 3 years, wore them every other day for maybe 2 months (taking them off when I could at work, since they just never fit well), and over the last two years, maybe 6 times per year, since they just are not comfortable. I gave these shoes plenty of chances. The leather quality is great, the shoe construction is great. The fit was not great, and never worked for me. I tried all sorts of things to try and make this shoe work for me: as-is wear, thin sole inserts, double socks, thin socks, heel pads, professional stretching, personal shoe stretching with my own shoe stretching tool. March 24, 2014
Excellent Old School Wingtips After purchasing a pair of McAllisters and a pair of Strands, I yearned for a pair of MacNeils. I have two pairs now and they feel more robust than my other Allen Edmonds, however they run a bit larger. The insides are better furnished and these are the quintessential wingtips for a black suit and red tie affair. These are the best shoes for a special occasion, however, I prefer my Strands, McAllisters, Delrays or Park Avenues for my daily, formal attire. March 13, 2014
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What is the process for recrafting the shoes and are both layer of sole replaced and will there be a "break in" period like when the shoes were new?
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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

During the full Recrafting process, which you can get by ordering the Standard Package or the Prestige Package, the shoes are re-lasted to maintain the original shape and fit. Then the heel and sole are cut from the upper to scrape the cork layer and remove the welt. A new welt is stitched to the upper, a new layer of cork is applied, and a new sole is attached to the upper. Once the shoes are rebuilt, any wax or polish build up is removed and the shoes are refinished.

Since the Recrafting process brings the shoes back to the original specifications, any stretching that the leather has sustained over the years is removed. For this reason, a Recrafted pair of shoes will require the same break-in period as a new pair of shoes.

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Does this shoe come with a cushioned footbed like the Alden and if not is it possible to have it applied.
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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

The MacNeil is one of our 360 degree Goodyear welted styles; this means it’s manufactured using our 212-step process, during which a layer of shock-absorbent cork is applied between the insole and outsole. This allows your foot to form an imprint in the cork over time, which acts as a comfortable cradle for your whole foot. The resulting imprint is totally unique to your foot shape and is part of the reason our shoes are so comfortable.

However, if you would like to place a special order for the MacNeil with a custom cushioned insole, please contact our customer service center directly at cacmail@allenedmonds.com or 1-800-235-2348 (Mon-Fri 7:00AM-6PM CST).

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I have a 14D in both Park Avenue and Strand. The Park Avenues have always fit my foot a little large, becoming uncomfortable by mid day, while the strands fit perfectly and are far more comfortable.

After reading reviews, I see Strands fit narrow while MacNeils fit wide. Anyone have experience with both? Would I be better to order down a width, as in 14C? I know I can return/exchange, but I'd rather get it right on the first try. (Part of me even wants to just order another pair of Strands instead since they fit so well, but I really want the long wing!)

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Both the Park Avenue and Strand styles are manufactured on our 5-Last (65) which is the longest in length of our lasts, and the best fit for a long, narrow foot. Meanwhile, the MacNeil is manufactured on our 7-Last (97) which is the best fit for the average foot. By selecting shoes manufactured on the same last that most resembles the contours of one’s feet, customers will achieve a superior fit.

Typically the same size and last can be ordered in all of our shoes. However, each style can fit differently based on individual foot shape. The best way to get a proper fit the first time is to visit a master fitter in one of our retail stores. If this is not possible, keep in mind that products purchased on allenedmonds.com may be returned at any time, as long as the item is unused and accompanied by the packing slip. Trying the shoes on a carpeted surface will help prevent scuffing on the sole and keep the shoe in returnable condition.

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Is it normal to get blisters on the pinky toes when wearing these shoes? They felt great on carpet, but after a day of wear, my feet were sore and had developed blisters on the pinky toes.
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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

Allen Edmonds shoes will typically conform to your feet after several days of wear depending on length of wear, type of leather, and days of rest in-between wearing.

We suggest contacting our customer service center at cacmail@allenedmonds.com or 1-800-235-2348 (Mon-Fri 7:00AM-6PM CST) if these conditions continue. They can either send you a return label or also help better identify what you are experiencing.

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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

To see if you can place a custom order for the MacNeil style in burgundy calfskin, you can contact our customer service center at cacmail@allenedmonds.com or 1-800-235-2348 (Mon-Fri 7:00AM-6PM CST).

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My right shoe squeaks, but the left one does not. I believe the sound is coming from the tongue rubbing up against the upper. Is this normal?
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The “squeaking” noise in a premium leather shoe is normally caused by two types of leather in the shoe’s construction rubbing together. For example, the outer leather on top of the LaSalle’s tongue rubbing against the leather lining on the underside of the shoe’s eyestays. This noise does not indicate a problem with the construction of the shoe; it is natural for two types of leathers which are layered upon one another to make noise. Applying a talcum powder can help to reduce this.

We suggest contacting our customer service center at cacmail@allenedmonds.com or 1-800-235-2348 (Mon-Fri 7:00AM-6PM CST). They can help better identify what you are experiencing.

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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

The MacNeil in Walnut Grain Leather is a closeout style and therefore limited to the style, colors, and sizes currently available online. Based on its materials, there are currently no plans to continue offering this style other than what we currently offer on our website.

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AE store manager at Grand Central Station, NY, advised me to put thin layer of black wax on Burgundy Macneil. Then here I found a cordovan cream up to its colors.

Why do you think he advised black wax (possibly to darken it like Alden #8?)?

Is it necessary to put Cordovan cream? In other words, would it truly help more in what sense? (e.g., color or leather quality)
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Cordovan is a rare kind of leather, but some may refer to it as a color of leather. To care for Cordovan leather shoes we recommend using the Cordovan Care Cream which is specifically formulated for cordovan leather. It is not recommend using any hard wax polishes on cordovan leather. For your Cordovan Macneil shoes in Burgundy, we recommend our Cordovan Care Cream in Burgundy.

Cordovan leather requires special care; start by removing any residue in areas where the shoe flexes to help maintain the leather's quality by simply brushing the cordovan footwear with a horsehair brush or wiping with a soft dry cloth. The Cordovan Care Cream enriches and protects Shell Cordovan leathers. We recommend using it occasionally to maintain a rich color.

For additional information on how to keep these and other Allen Edmonds styles looking great for years to come, click on the following link about Caring for your Shoes:
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The difference is the calf skin verses the cordovan leather. I have several of both shoes. The quality is the same in both however the comfort and look of the cordovan is better. My oldest pair of calf MacNeils was bought in 1976 and just returned from Recrafting. The oldest pair of cordovan s was bought in 1979 and I am sending them in for Recrafting today. The cordovan leather is more expensive and while both are comfortable these are top of the class.
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Different leather - the $595 shoes are shell cordovan, a special type of horsehide, while the other MacNeils are calfskin or cobbler (-?) which are less expensive leathers.
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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

The MacNeil style is available in two different types of leathers: Calfskin and Genuine Shell Cordovan. but is also a member of our Cordovan Collection which is made from Genuine Shell Cordovan. Cordovan is a rare kind of leather, which is why it is priced differently than regular Calfskin leathers. Our Cordovan leather is sourced from Horween, a Chicago-based tannery established in 1905 and one of the last remaining – and arguably one of the finest – cordovan tanneries in the world.

The main difference between Cordovan and Calfskin is the source; Cordovan leather is from the hind quarter of a horse, while Calfskin is from a calf. There are a number of benefits from selecting a shoe manufactured in Genuine Shell Cordovan leather; the most important is the durability and longevity of the leather upper. Cordovan is thicker and does not have the tendency to crack or tear as the shoe ages, but actually betters with age and wear.

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Suggest you go up 1/2 size compared to the "Players". I tried the 9 Players at Nordstrom's and they were too long. 8.5 in the Players fit me just fine. My normal size is 9D and the MacNeil's fit great in 9D, as well as my "cheaper" shoes that I get at Walmart. The last used for the Players appears to be longer than most. The Elgin and McTavish also seem longer than usual.
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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

The Player’s Shoe is manufactured on our old 2-Last (222) which has an elongated toe with a slightly higher instep and is very similar to our current 8-last (108). The MacNeil, meanwhile, is manufactured on our 7-Last (97) which is the best fit for the average foot. By selecting shoes manufactured on the same last that most resembles the contours of one’s feet, customers will achieve a superior fit.

Typically the same size and last can be ordered in all of our shoes. However, each style can fit differently based on individual foot shape. The best way to get a proper fit is to visit a master fitter in one of our retail stores. If this is not possible, keep in mind that products purchased on allenedmonds.com may be returned at any time, as long as the item is unused and accompanied by the packing slip. Trying the shoes on a carpeted surface will help prevent scuffing on the sole and keep the shoe in returnable condition.

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