Randolph Penny Loafer

$395.00
recraftable

Randolph Penny Loafer

$395.00

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Item# SF4809
recraftable

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Randolph Penny Loafer

Details

  • Slip-on loafer dress shoes
  • Moc-toe penny loafer
  • Lined premium calfskin leather upper
  • Single oak leather sole - All about Soles
  • 360 degree Goodyear welted construction - 212 steps of Craftsmanship
  • Manufactured on the welted 79 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

Overview

These loafers are the perfect traveling companion, so long as you don't stick a penny in the saddle (a no-no sure to draw the ire of both the fashion police and TSA). Not only will the slip-on loafer design help you get through airport security with minimal hassle, but the versatility inherent in the extended profile, single oak sole and raised stitching on the moccasin toe, means that this one shoe can cover all the events - work and play - that go along with an important business trip or just a busy home life. The Shell Cordovan styles feature Reddenbach single oak leather soles and dovetail toplifts for an even more sophisticated look. Whichever style you choose and no matter where you are, with the Randolph on your feet, you'll feel at home anywhere.

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.

Reviews
Randolph Penny Loafer is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 195.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The shoes arrived in great condition. After inspecting the shoes carefully, there were no flaws to be found in the shoes anywhere. They fit perfectly. I love Cordovan leather shoes. I really needed a pair of black Cordovan leather shoes that I could wear to work or with a pair of jeans. These black Randolphs in Cordovan leather were the perfect shoe for both work and jeans. I wear a 10.5E in all the Allen Edmond styles. I ordered these shoes online, and the shoes fit me perfectly. They are true to size. They are very comfortable and look great on my feet. I highly recommend them.
Date published: 2017-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice loafer Hope they keep making this model (and btw Bring back the Lexington!). The oxblood was disappointing in color, an almost pale ruby instead of a deep dark wine red, as I had hoped. But glad I have the brown, which is a nice color.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good shoe with flaws Generally fits well and overall quality typical of AE. After wearing I noticed that the one shoes stitching on the front wasn't quite symmetrical. Not a huge problem and not worth sending back after wearing. But still disappointing.
Date published: 2017-11-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Excellent shoe. Runs small. Well made shoe. Runs small. After buying the Steen model which runs small, I should have ordered s half size larger for the Randolph model. My mistake.
Date published: 2017-11-20
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Ask & Answer

Normal Loafer Sizing?

I bought these Randolph Loafers in a size 8.5 EEE (all my most recent shoe purchases have been 8.5 W). I've never owned a pair of loafers before but they are loose in the heel. Do you usually buy loafers a little smaller or is slippage in the heel normal because there is no lacing system?
Asked by: Thomas
As the previous comment points out, it's normal for all shoes to have a bit of slippage at the heel. However, a loafer should fit snugly and comfortably and it shouldn't be too tight. If your foot is slipping out of the loafers as you walk, that's an indication that the loafer is not the proper size. Typically, socks can provide some degree of traction, and heel grips can also help. We highly recommend trying a different size or width if you feel that the fit is not comfortable. If at all possible, we suggest visiting an Allen Edmonds retail store or retail partner that can better advise you on the fit of this style. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-11-03

Shell Cordavan finish

Do you use acrylic to finish your shell?
Asked by: Shoe nut
Our Shell Cordovan styles are finished with a water based antique and a wax cream, and then brushed on the wheel. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-08-22

Which belt works best with the Dark Chili Randolph?

Asked by: Anonymous
We recommend pairing this style with the Clay Ave belt in Dark Chili. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-06-29

the 8 1/2 eee Patriot cordovan I bought two years ago is a bit tight on the sides in the toe area. Would a Randolph in black calf fit better:?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Randolph is constructed on the 79 Last which has a low fit across the top of the foot and more tapered toe compared to the Patriot's 606 last. We recommend visiting an Allen Edmonds retail store where an associate can recommend the best possible fit for you in this style. If that's not possible, we ask that you try them on carpet to keep them in returnable condition. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-04-18

Last: 79 or 97?

In the Randolph details bullets one says that it is crafted on the 79 last, and right next to that is a "All about Lasts" link that takes me to a page without a description for the 79 last. Is that supposed to say 97?
Asked by: johnmerb
The Randolph last is currently not listed on the website. We apologize for the inconvenience. This is the description: The 79 last has a tapered back portion which allows for lower, shorter vamp designs creating a low fit across the top of the foot. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2016-08-11

My shoes are style number 4879. Are those Cordovan leather or just cordovan color?

Asked by: MM50
The style number 4879 is the Randolph in Burgundy Polished Cobbler which is calfskin. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-07-24

Are the black Randolphs corrected grain?

I am looking for a black Penny that is NOT corrected grain. I always worry about the premature creasing that occurs with coated/corrected grain shoes.
Asked by: RB
The Randolph, like most of our footwear, is made using the fines full-grain leather we can source. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-04-03

Can Randolph be made in 12-AAA size on special order? If so, what is the total price?

Asked by: Anonymous
To see if you can place a custom order for the Randolph, please contact our custom department directly at cacmail@allenedmonds.com or 1-800-235-2348 (Mon-Fri 7:00AM-6PM CST) so they can verify if your specific request can be accomplished based on current availability of materials and components. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2015-09-15

I wear a size 8c or 7.5d for park avenue.what size should I choose for RANDOLPH?

Asked by: trsg
Allen Edmonds shoes are constructed on a wide variety of lasts (foot molds) and each will feature unique fit characteristics. The Park Avenue is constructed on the 65 Last which is elongated with a narrow fit. The Randolph is constructed on the 79 last which has a tapered back portion which allows for lower, shorter vamp designs creating a low fit across the top of the foot. It is difficult to recommend a size through this channel and guarantee a proper fit because each last will fit differently based on the contours of your feet. It is vitally important to visit a master fitter in one of our retail stores or retail partners to increase your chances of being fit correctly for each last and style. However, 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 shoes in returnable condition.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2015-11-25

How does the color of the burgundy compare to your merlot or oxblood used on lace-up shoes?

If it is substantially different, how did you decide to use burgundy for loafers and the other colors for lace ups?
Asked by: Srlclark
The Burgundy colors we offer have all distinctly different finishes, our Product Development team determines which colors to use based on which finish would fit a particular style best as well as customer feedback. At this time, we have styles in Burgundy, Merlot, Oxblood, Burgundy Gentry, and Burgundy Cordovan. Burgundy (Randolph): A dark burgundy finish that contains highlights finished into the leather using the burnishing process. This is one of the darkest burgundy colors available. Merlot (McAllister): this is also a burnished finish, but it is intended to have a lighter wine color to the leather. Depth to the finish is created through the burnishing process. While it’s lighter than Burgundy, it has more depth to the color. Oxblood (Carlyle): Our newest burgundy shade and the lightest of the burgundy colors. It been described as a burnished cherry color. Burgundy Gentry (Kenwood): Gentry leather is a semi-polished calf. It has a smooth shiny finish from the tannery yet is fairly mono-tone… it contains very little in the way of highlights. Burgundy Cordovan (Park Avenue): Also called Black Cherry Shell Cordovan, it is a semi-glossy, smooth leather from the hide of a horse. Cordovan leather gets better and better looking with age. Over time, with proper care, the hide will obtain a very deep luster and patina. We hope this information helps, please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-07-24
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Randolph Penny Loafer

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  • 4809 Black
  • 4810 Brown
  • 4820 Oxblood
  • 4846 Dark Chili

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