Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots


Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots



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Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots


  • Leather sole men's dress boots
  • Wingtip blucher with brogue perforations and medallion
  • Premium calfskin leather upper with orange leather lining
  • Butyl double leather sole - All about Soles
  • Newly reinforced and strengthened pull Tab
  • 360 degree Goodyear welted construction - 212 steps of Craftsmanship
  • Manufactured on the welted 511 Last - All about Lasts
  • This shoe is recraftable - Recrafting Service
  • Proudly handcrafted in the USA of fine imported leathers at our Port Washington, Wisconsin factory


When we asked Jim Dayton, an award-winning architect and protégé of Frank Gehry, to design our new retail store prototype, we never planned for him to create a shoe for us. But, by using authentic materials in his store design like Wisconsin red birch and touches of the cork that cushions our shoes, he did such a great job capturing our company's personality that we asked him to bring the same aesthetic sensibilities to a pair of shoes. And we're sure glad we did. In creating this seven-eyelet blucher boot, Dayton used his architect's sharp-eye to perfectly balance the silhouette of the rounded, full toe with the extended calf-high upper. Similarly, the orange leather lining, toe medallion and perforations on the back-stay and wingtip combine to accentuate the boot's heartier features, like the Butyl leather sole, and create a blueprint for both elegance and strength. Tucked under blue jeans or a blue suit, they present a stylish profile while providing the type of ankle stability and support not usually found in a dress shoe. A truly original boot made by a one-of-a-kind artisan, the Dalton is the perfect foundation on which to build a great outfit.

Product Care

Allen Edmonds Shoe Care

When caring for your calfskin, use Allen Edmonds Leather Lotion to remove surface residue and to keep leather soft and pliable. To achieve a fine luster, wipe shoes with a damp cloth and allow them to air dry at room temperature. Then, apply a coat of Allen Edmonds Premium Shoe Polish with a cloth or horsehair dauber and allow to air dry.

Our new Dark Chili and Oxblood burnished leathers can be cleaned using a damp cloth to remove dirt and any residue. Follow by using a soft cloth to apply our Allen Edmonds Saddle Soap which cleans all smooth leather shoes while restoring the leather's natural oils.

Further details and videos are available on our Caring for Your Shoes page.

Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 275.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Quality not worth price I own several pairs of Allen Edmonds including 2 pairs of the Dalton Boots. I'll admit I'm a little rough on my shoes. I walk to work, I'm on my feet all day and I want them to look lived in. That being said, I didn't ever expect for the leather on these shoes to rub off, crack, or "cut" so easily. I now have 2 pairs of $400 boots that just sit in my closet.
Date published: 2017-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed Truthfully, Im so disappointed in the finishing on these boots. Ive purchased 11 pairs of AE's in all, and these are by far the biggest let down. Im content with my other AEs, but I had ordered my first pair of Oxblood Daltons, and I had to send them back due to black paint splotches on the upper (not burnishing, actual black paint). So I exchanged them, unworn at the store, and the AE sales associate was very nice and accomodating in ordering me another pair in Oxblood. After waiting 6 weeks, the new pair of Oxblood Daltons finally arrived. Upon first inspection, I did notice they were MUCH darker than the Oxblood boots on display and darker than the other Oxblood Daltons Ive seen in pictures. They resembled much more of a generic Merlot, than they resembled the bright, vibrant Oxblood color I actually wanted and had seen on display. But I figured, why press my luck as long as there was nothing visibly wrong with the shoe, and it looked nice - it will probably develop patina anyway. So I got them home, and proceeded to wear them when after about the 4th or 5th wear I noticed an small odd and unexpected light spot was developing on the surface of the boot... No prob, right? Ill just polish over it with the Merlot polish I had purchased for my McAllisters since these boots are basically the same color anyway. Well, sadly, I began to polish using nothing but AE premium shoe cream, and what I noticed is the more I tried to blend and color the spot, the rougher the surface of the actual leather became, and the larger the blemish seemed to become. At this point, I began to realize exactly why the boots were so dark (much closer to a Merlot, than any semblance of the brighter Oxblood color Ive seen in pics or in the store). From what I can tell, either some sort of solvent/astringent was spilled on the upper that blemished the leather and had to be covered, or the hide itself was blemished and extra dark dye (clearly Merlot, not Oxblood, to my eye) was used to cover this blemish, to avoid discarding the entire hide/shoe. So now, since Ive alread worn them 4 or 5 times and the soles are used, Im basically stuck with a shoe that was never really the color I wanted anyway, and then when I tried to do the suggested routine maintenance using the AE premium polish, I was able to see where an underlying blemish was covered by using darker dye on the leather. Whatever caused this kind of blemish on the boot, I wont be purchasing Oxblood again if I purchase another AE shoe. I think AE makes great shoes, but they missed the mark on the finishing of the Oxblood Dalton that I received.
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful boots, but rubs a bunion a little. Stunning boots, but they rub a bunion on top of my big toe knuckle. I have a cushion that helps a little, but I'm thinking of taking them to see if the right one can be stretched a little in that one area.
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful boots, but rubs a bunion a little. I love these boots! I have never owned a pair of dress boot before, and these are beautiful. I got them in a 10 E, and the fit is good, but the vamp does rub and press down a little on a bunion on top of my toe knuckle. I have a pad that helps a bit, and the boots are still new, so they may loosen up a little. I am considering taking them to a local shop and seeing of they can be stretched in that area. I will keep them nonetheless.
Date published: 2017-08-16
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Ask & Answer

is this shoe waterproof?

I'm wondering whether this shoe is waterproof. Specifically, (1): will it get wet if I walk in deep snow? (2): will it get wet if there is very heavy raining (assuming using an umbrella)?
Asked by: charles
Thank you for your inquiry. The boots are not waterproof. They will get wet if exposed to any kind of precipitation.
Date published: 2017-09-06

Is the "brown" still what you used to call "chocolate" or have you changed it to the burnished brown used on all the other shoes and boots?

Not that there was a huge difference, but wasn't chocolate even darker than brown? (About as dark as the burnished parts rather than the rest).
Asked by: Jackie27
Yes, the brown Dalton is chocolate calf which is dark brown. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Date published: 2017-08-17

How dow these fit compared to the McAllister or LGA wingtips?

The reason I ask is because I bought a pair of McAllisters a couple years ago, and they started out as incredibly uncomfortable because the last is so narrow. They're broken in and very comfy now, but I talked to one of the ladies that works there and she said the McAllister generally fits people best at about 1 size smaller than you measure and 1 to 2 sizes wider than you typically where. I need a dress shoe with more toe room.
Asked by: norm762
Daultons are cut on a different last than McAllisters and have a boxier toe. I wear size 10.5 McAllisters which are a bit tight in the toe area. I have size 11 Daultons and they fit great.
Answered by: JBW
Date published: 2017-08-18

Dainite v leather v ? sole flexibility

Which sole material is most flexible?
Asked by: Ken
A leather sole will be more flexible out of the box. The Dainite sole is a dense rubber compound and it will inherently possess some stiffness initially. However, based on results from our own wear trials as well as customer feedback, the Dainite sole tends to loosen moderately over time with normal wear. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Date published: 2017-04-20

is cordovan burgundy different from oxblood calfskin? or the same?

is cordovan burgundy different from oxblood calfskin? or the same? are the distinguishable from one another?
Genuine Shell Cordovan in Burgundy is darker than Oxblood and it's also thicker and tends to have a waxy texture. Cordovan leather is horse hide while Calfskin is hide from a young cow and they require different care. Please contact our customer service team directly at 1-877-817-7615 if you have further questions.
Date published: 2017-02-08

Would this shoe in Black pair well with a burgundy tuxedo

Asked by: MV22
Yes. They are a classic dress shoe/boot
Answered by: King Mark
Date published: 2017-01-22

Shoe polish and edge dressing for dark chile

What Shoe polish and edge dressing is right for the dark chile dalton boot
Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your inquiry. The recommended polish would be Bob's Chili Premium Polish, and Chili Heel and Sole Edge Dressing. Please contact us with any additional questions.
Date published: 2016-11-28

Any suggestions re solving the "squeakiness" problem with these otherwise-splendid boots?

Mine, at 10 1/2D, look and feel super, but they still sound like an advancing platoon of operatic mice, and we're two months into this beautiful friendship. I'm a compulsive shoe-shiner and have tried polishing the boot's tongue, but with only limited results. Any other guys out there with good ideas?
Asked by: E. P. Dowd
Try their boot cream it will help some. That's just quality leather your hearing.
Answered by: Roy
Date published: 2017-02-26

Brown Color Challenged

What is the difference between Dark Chocolate, Dark Chili and Oxblood. Can any of those colors be worn with Black Pants ? Black Pants and brown shoes are supposed to be a no no.
Asked by: alfried
Dark Chocolate is dark brown, Dark Chili is a dark red-ish brown, and Oxblood is in the burgundy color family. These colors are best coordinated with navy, charcoal, grey, or light colors for contrast. Ultimately, men's fashion rules have evolved and continue to change, and black and brown can be paired for a fashion forward statement. We encourage you to wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Date published: 2017-08-16

What belt matches the dark chili color?

I just ordered these boots in dark chili but when looking on the website I only see belts in just chili. What belt can I buy that will match the dark chili color?
Asked by: mike
We recommend the Manistee belt in Dark Chili for the Dalton style. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Date published: 2016-11-01
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Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots

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  • 0115 Oxblood
  • 0116 Dark Chili
  • 1111 Walnut
  • 0111 Brown

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