Exchange Place Cap-toe Dress Shoe

$395.00
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Exchange Place Cap-toe Dress Shoe

$395.00

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Item# SF5015
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Exchange Place Cap-toe Dress Shoe

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  • Lace-up oxford dress shoes
  • Cap-toe balmoral
  • Lined premium calfskin leather upper
  • Single oak leather sole
  • 360 degree Goodyear welted construction - 212 steps of Craftsmanship
  • Manufactured on the welted 1943 Last - All about Lasts
  • This shoe is recraftable - Recrafting Service
  • Proudly made in the USA of fine imported leathers at our Port Washington, Wisconsin factory

Overview

Running adjacent to Wall Street, through the heart of New York’s financial district, a lot of high powered business leaders have strolled the pavement of Exchange Place. If there is one place in the world where dress for success means something, this is it. We have created a shoe that, along with our iconic Park Avenue, is the quintessential financier’s shoe. New to our Refined Dress Collection, the Exchange Place begins with a classic design and adds a contemporary twist that comes from its tapered waist, beveled arches and slightly chiseled toe. Together they combine to give it a sleeker look that is right at home in Wall Street, Singapore, The City of London or any of the world’s other top financial districts.

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.

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

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by An excellent shoe, just not as comfortable as Park Avenue This shoe has a longer toe, but otherwise looks like a Park Avenue. I like the style better than Park Avenue, which to me, looks more European. The only downside then is that my toes are a little compressed on the outside of the shoe. I purchased the exact same size as I wear in the Park Avenue. I've been wearing it for several weeks, and the leather hasn't stretched like I hoped it would. I'll continue to wear them, but I wish I would have purchased the Park Avenue instead. September 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful Shoes (I inadvertently wrote this in the comments section but meant to be in the reviews, please delete the one in comments, thanks) Smpoll From:Syosset, NY August 25, 2016 This past weekend I purchased a pair of shoes in AE's online clearance section and promptly received an order confirmation. After a few days of not receiving a shipping confirmation I gave AE customer service a call. After reviewing my order I was told by a wonderful woman by the name of Mary Schommer that sometimes there can be mix ups with online orders if stock is low, which was the case here. I explained to her that I needed the shoes that I ordered for my daughters wedding this Labor Day weekend. Without missing a beat she put me on hold and conferred with an associate/mgr and offered me a perfect solution. Instead of opting for a refund I decided to order the Exchange Place shoes with complimentary expedited shipping to wear with my tux at the wedding. I received the shoes the following morning and I couldn't be happier with AE and their wonderful rep Mary! Thank you so much for your wonderful customer service. As a side note, I ordered a size 9D in the EP's and they are the same length as my Delrays size 8.5D, so you may want to take that into account when ordering. August 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Alternative to Park Avenue and Hopkinson I hope AE will keep the Exchange Place as a permanent addition - with the Park Avenue and Hopkinson, it covers all the plain cap-toe oxford bases. I've got narrow heels, a wide ball with bunionettes, and high arches. The Exchange Place fits me very well, where the Park Avenue is too tight in the toebox and too loose in the heel. The leather is similar to that of the Park Avenue, and is stiff out of the box but shows signs of breaking in very well. The toe caps are HUGE, but it isn't the issue I was concerned it might be. The opening itself is smaller than that of the Hopkinson, which is nice because AE shoes typically have too much available volume for my feet without inserts. Obviously, the Exchange Place is much more wasp-waisted than either the Park Avenue or the Hopkinson. The axis is also slightly different, pointing more inwards. I'd say this is probably dressier than either of the other two due to the angles - if I had all three pairs and wanted to wear one with black tie, it'd be these. August 20, 2016
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Age: 35-44
Pairs: 6 to 10
Favorite: The Dryden
2 weeks, 1 day ago
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Eric
Chicago, IL
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The Harrison and the Exchange Place are both cap-toe balmorals but they not the same style. The Harrison was part of the Independence collection, it featured the Independence sole, was made on the 333 last, and had 6 eyelets. The Exchange Place is a new style from our Refined Dress collection designed to complement the Park Avenue, a Timeless Classic shoe, and it's constructed on the 1943 Last, has a Single Oak Leather Sole, 5 eyelets, and a deeper cap. We also use a different binding method on the top collar that accentuates the sophisticated look of this style.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
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Port Washington, WI
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It appears to be the cap toe equivalent of the new wingtip which is described as an oxford. Awesome looking new shoe by the way as is the St John's which may be my next.
Age: 55-65
Pairs: 6 to 10
Favorite: Strand in Walnut
1 month, 1 week ago
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John
NorCal
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I believe it is an Oxford. It's a sleek shoe and not as bulky looking as the Derby. It really is a stunning shoe. It's the equivalent of a new model car replacing one that's been in production for a number of years, i.e. the Park Avenue.
Age: 55-65
Pairs: Under 5
Favorite: all of them really :)
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Syosset, NY
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Answer: 
You are correct, this style is an Oxford, also know as a Balmoral which is also stated in the description. We will correct it soon. We apologize for the confusion. Glad to know you like our new styles!

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
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Port Washington, WI
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Age: 35-44
Pairs: Under 5
Favorite: Fifth Avenue
2 months, 1 week ago
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Bozmo
Canada
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The toe on the Exchange Place is longer than the Park Avenue. This shoe puts pressure on my outside toes.
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Answer: 
The Exchange Place is much more angular, with a bigger toe cap, wider toebox, and narrower heel.
Age: 25-34
Pairs: 6 to 10
Favorite: Hopkinson
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Virginia
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Answer: 
The Exchange Place is part of our Refined Dress Collection, it features 5 rows of eyelets, and it's constructed on the 1943 last. The 1943 last is a derivative of our established 333 last. We held the heel of the 333, reduced the toe length and widened the fit across the ball of the foot for a traditional aesthetic tying back to our iconic dress lasts.

The Park Avenue is part of our Timeless Classics collection, it has 6 rows of eyelets, and it's constructed on the 65 last. The 65 last is our most popular, classic fitting last. The longest in length of all of our lasts; best for a long, narrow foot; and often the best fit for those with high arches.
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Port Washington, WI
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