Randolph Penny Loafers

$395.00
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Randolph Penny Loafers

$395.00

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Item# SF4809
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Randolph Penny Loafers

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  • Slip-on loafer dress shoes
  • Moc-toe penny loafer
  • Lined premium calfskin leather upper
  • Single oak leather sole
  • 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 made 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
Rated 4 out of 5 by 135 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by I am concerned about the product quality. The leather on these appears to have been stained as opposed to truly tanned. After just several weeeks, the shoes are already showing a loss of color and it is clear the color will not sustain. I am considering return as I have had similar experience with Belts that were obviously poorly stained as opposed to true color set via tanning process. As a long time client, very disappointed as this was a full retail purchase. Sorry to see the quality of this product slipping. October 6, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not beautiful inside out Beautifully designed, high quality, VERY versatile shoes. However, there are two problems. First of all the fit is rather narrow in the front, so be ready that it will take you a while to break them in. However, this is not the biggest issue. The reason I decided to write this review is because this is the first pair of shoes that keeps constantly and relentlessly staining my socks. It is true that my feet do occasionally get a little wet, but I do try my best to take care of this problem, using foot spray. Also, I make sure to insert shoe trees or newspaper to keep the loafers dry. As I said, this is the only and (ironically) the most high-end, expensive pair of shoes that does that! My socks are literally ruined after just a couple of hours, even in chilly weather! In desperation, I started putting some talc powder inside the shoes (never done it before) to reduce friction and I must say it helps, but does't really solve the problem. My question to the AE is -- why dye the insole and the inside of the shoe?! Why not keep it natural? The dye is so strong that if you take a dry piece of paper towel and rub the insole hard, you will see brown marks on the paper towel! NONE of my other dress leather shoes (including those that are entirely unlined) do that. If there's a solution I would gladly ask AE team to instruct me on how to rub the dye off of the insole. Thank You! October 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Owned the same pair for over five years I've owned a pair of Randolphs in black for over five years. Was professionally fitted at an AE store and have tried to take great care of the uppers. They have been recrafted twice and my only complaint is that after the first recraft, the heel didn't seem to be attached as well as I'd expect. They still held up for a good long while despite being worn almost every day. So far so good on the second recraft. This was the first pair af AEs I ever bought and I've purchased two more since (looking at getting another). I've been happy with all of my shoes to date. October 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Loafers Third pair of these. Every one gets resoled twice before the uppers are too beat up to be usable. Great shoe. September 10, 2016
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Randolph Cordovan Loafers
 
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johnmerb
Pasadena, CA
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?
Age: 45-54
Pairs: Under 5
Favorite: Cordovan Bradley
 
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2 months, 3 weeks ago
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Pasadena, CA
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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.
2 months, 3 weeks ago
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Port Washington, WI
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Randolph Penny Loafers
 
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RB
Greenwich, CT
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.
Age: 45-54
Pairs: Under 5
Favorite: Have non so far
6 months ago
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Greenwich, CT
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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.
6 months ago
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Port Washington, WI
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Age: 45-54
Pairs: Under 5
Favorite: Randolph Moc
5 months ago
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New York, NY
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Answer: 
The style number 4879 is the Randolph in Burgundy Polished Cobbler which is calfskin.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
4 months, 4 weeks ago
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Port Washington, WI
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Age: 55-65
Pairs: 6 to 10
Favorite: Cody-special order 12-AAA
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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.
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Port Washington, WI
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Age: 35-44
Pairs: Under 5
Favorite: park avenue
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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.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Port Washington, WI
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If it is substantially different, how did you decide to use burgundy for loafers and the other colors for lace ups?
Age: 35-44
Pairs: Under 5
Favorite: The Strand
1 year, 6 months ago
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PA
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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.
1 year, 5 months ago
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Randolph Penny Loafers
 
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The Randolph can be ordered online with the custom V-Tread Tap sole. Simply select the V-Treat sole on the 'Custom Sole' options under the size/width selections. Please feel free to contact our customer service team directly at eservice@allenedmonds.com or 1-877-817-7615 (Mon-Fri 7:00AM-8PM CST) if you require assistance placing an order.
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We recommend checking out the Stowe in Burgundy Polished Calf, the Kenwood in Burgundy Gentry Leather, and the Cavanaugh in Oxblood Calf.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
 
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Mine fit the same.
Age: 45-54
Pairs: Over 10
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There Randolph in calfskin and the one in Shell Cordovan are constructed on the same last so the fit will be the same and we recommend trying the same size. Keep in mind, however that the feel of the shoe will be a bit different since Cordovan is a thicker more durable leather, while the calfskin is much softer.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
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Randolph Penny Loafers
 
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Richard69
Michigan
I own a patriot 11.5D and it took forever to finally stretch at the toe width to my right foot which is a bit bigger (the 12D was way too big). I was thinking to try the randolph in a 11.5D...do you think that will work? According to the size charts im an 11.5D. How do you think the randolph would fit based on my patriots?
Age: 25-34
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I usually wear a 9 EEE in most shoes, but the Randolph 81/2 EEE was a much better fit, even with socks. You might consider going 11.5 with a wider width??
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Answer: 
The Patriot style is constructed on the 606 last which has a broad, flat toe providing a roomier forepart. The instep transition and cone rise is farther back than a typical Allen Edmonds last. The Randolph style, on the other hand, 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. By selecting shoes manufactured on the last that most resembles the contours of your feet, you will achieve a superior fit, only enhancing the comfort of your shoes.each style can fit differently based on individual foot shape; as a result, 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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