McAllister Wingtip Oxfords

$395.00
recraftable

McAllister Wingtip Oxfords

$395.00

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Item# SF6215
recraftable

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  • Select Color: 6202 Dark Chili

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McAllister Wingtip Oxfords

Details

  • Lace-up oxford dress shoes
  • Wingtip balmoral with perforated brogue styling
  • Lined premium calfskin leather upper
  • Single oak leather sole
  • 360 degree Goodyear welted construction - 212 steps of Craftsmanship
  • Manufactured on the welted 65 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

First introduced in 1956 and brought back by popular demand in 2009, this model is our ode to a style that dates back hundreds of years. You see, originally, the wingtip gained popularity in Scotland because its secondary trim provided extra protection from the Highland's rocky crags and its perforations allowed water to drain from shoe as a highlander traversed boggy landscapes. Over the years, this dress brogue has remained a must-have model because its traditional 5-Last fit, sturdy leather sole and the strength conveyed by the short wings instill a sense of confidence to anyone who wears them. Of course, it doesn't hurt that the perfing on the wing, throat and backstay along with the pinking and intricate toe medallion also make these shoes as refined as they are enduring. And just as it has evolved from its humble beginnings into the quintessential business shoe, the McAllister is perfect for the man who is making his way in the world, but hasn't forgot where he came from.

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
McAllister Wingtip Oxfords is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 505.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Unsure if you can find a better quality shoe. Worth every penny, and then they add the refurbishing option. Truly a hallmark of American craftmanship. I might not ever buy a different brand of shoe.
Date published: 2011-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Quality, Superior Value As my first Allen Edmonds shoe, I have to say that I am very impressed. The conceptions surrounding the brand, including its attention to detail, traditional craftsmanship, and quality materials, are all evident in this shoe. Furthermore, the McAllister in Walnut is the perfect shoe for business casual engagements or to dress up jeans or chinos. You won't be disappointed.
Date published: 2011-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love these shoes The design and color of the chocolate brown MCALLISTER's go well together. I got the wide dress belt in the same color, and they compliment very nicely. I like to throw on my lamb skin brown leather jacket, and it all just pops. Slacks or even jeans will pair nicely with these shoes. I have worn them to a banquet and out on the town. My co-workers were impressed, so I told them where I got them, and even a stranger at the bar asked what I did for a living because of the shoes alone. Yes, Allen Edmonds shoes really do make a statement and set you apart from the crowd. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from tight Bought a pair of the Strand in Walnut - stunning shoe, super comfortable and lots of compliments. I use a EEE because of wide feet and these are great Decided to buy the McAllisters - logic being the same last. Ordered the same size -- really tight, little toes on both feet are numb by end of day. Nice looking shoe, but a completely different fit. Hoping they break in, but my experience is that they probably wont - very disappointed.
Date published: 2017-01-30
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Ask & Answer

Is the sizing of the shoe (when choosing the size) in US or UK?

Asked by: Anonymous
US
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-11-12

Polish color for Brown Burnished Calf?

Which shoe polish color do I order for my Mcallisters in Brown Burnished Calf?
Asked by: Anonymous
We recommend the Dark Brown Premium Shoe Polish #576. Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-09-12

My Hopkinsons fit like a glove in a 10D. As they are made with different lasts, what size would you recommend in the Mcallister?

Asked by: Anonymous
The Hopkinson is constructed on the 201 last which has a higher cone, providing more room for a higher instep. It has a fuller forefoot for more comfort and slightly chiseled toe profile that complements our iconic 65 last, which is the last used for the McAllister. 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 an Allen Edmonds retail store or retail partner for a professional fitting 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: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-09-08

Why is the McAllister no longer going to be available in a burgundy tone?

With merlot on clearance, the McAllister will soon no longer be available in burgundy. Yes, it is available in chili, which is reddish, but isn't burgundy the classic color for a full brogue balmoral wingtip? Will you start making it in oxblood instead? (Personal taste, but I don't think this particular style looks very good in chili). Asking merely out of interest, as I just picked up a pair in merlot on closeout.
Asked by: Anonymous
OP updating here: I'm very happy to see that just over a month after I posted this question, the McAllister has become available in oxblood. It's great that it's being offered in one of the burgundy tones, both of which look much nicer than chili for this style.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-01-02

What is the difference in the color merlot and dark chili?

Asked by: Anonymous
In my opinion, the differences are: - there is much more brown in chili than there is merlot. - there is quite a lot of purple in merlot and there is none in chili. - they have a different shade of red in them. - overall, I would say that merlot is burgundy and chili is mahogany. - I like merlot much more than chili, especially for the McAllister.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-08-15

Edge dressing for Bourbon?

What, if any edge dressing would I use on Bourbon McAllisters with a V Tap sole? This is my first V Tap I have purchased all others have been a leather sole. Also, can I use the bourbon polish on these shoes or do I need to go with walnut?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Black edge dressing.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-10-19

Why is McAllister with leather oak sole not offered in Bourbon Calf? I see that it is offered in the Combination Tap.

Asked by: Anonymous
No good reason that I can see. I had to order the Bourbon with a custom leather sole, which set me back an extra $40.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-12-09

What happens if the tongue is not completely enclosed when tying the McAllister's laces?

I understand that the McAllister is a Balmoral and the tongue should be covered completely when laced and tied. However, the ones that I have seem to have a slight separation and the tongue isn't completely covered. Trying to tie them to a point where the tongue is completely covered causes a lot of discomfort on the top of my feet. Its probably a nuance and insignificant, but will it affect the aging/care of the leather? For the future, should I buy a different size? I was told that I have a slight in-step and that Blucher styles will fit better, but absolutely love the look of these shoes. Thanks!
Asked by: Anonymous
You can always try a wider size; Allen Edmonds provides for the cost-free and hassle-free return of unworn shoes. Do not tie your shoes so tight that they hurt! I would encourage you not to worry so much about a little bit of gapping on a balmoral; it's not unusual and no one will notice but you.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-09-27

what is the difference between the 65 and 79 last

Ordered Randolfs in 11, (79 last) too small. McAllister in 11.5 (65 last) seems too big. Is the difference the last?
Asked by: Anonymous
Might be. AE has a good guide to the lasts here: http://www.allenedmonds.com/shoes-101/lasts.html The answer probably depends on where it feels too big/small. Note that the 11.5D may be about the same width as an 11E but it would also be longer. The 65 is also longer and narrower than 79 to begin with. I learned the hard way that it is important to get the fit right on these. Fortunately, you can play with both length quite a bit so it shouldn't be hard to get the fit right. If you can go to somewhere that has them available to try on. The store here didn't have the dark chili, but I went there to get the fit right before I bought online.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-11-25

Belt color to match Chili Burnished Calf color?

Hi! Looking to pick up the McAllister's. I would like to know if the Bob's chili on the Manistee Dress Belt matches the chili burnished calf color on the McAllister? I need to make sure these match or find a belt that does. Cheers
Asked by: Anonymous
I bought the Dark Chili (74006) Manistee Belt...matches perfectly with my Dark Chili McAllister shoes.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-05-24
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McAllister Wingtip Oxfords

Select Color:

  • 6202 Dark Chili
  • 6205 Black Custom Calf
  • 6216 Brown Burnished Calf
  • 6235 Walnut Calf
  • 6218 Oxblood

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