Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots

$495.00

Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots

$495.00

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Item# SF0112

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  • Select Color: 0116 Dark Chili

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Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots

Details

  • 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

Overview

Why It's Great

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.

How It's Made

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.

How to Wear It

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.

Reviews
Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 322.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have A true wardrobe staple that every man should have, breaking in takes a little bit of time but after that these boots feels amazing.
Date published: 2018-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best gifts to myself... I had wanted to purchase a nice pair of shoes/dress boots after passing my state boards. A friend pointed me in the direction of A.E. and I loved the history, quality and American made; and the fact you can have them 're-crafted' after years of use, as I am hard on shoes. I made the investment and so far after a few weeks of wearing full time at the office and out for casual events with friends, I love the compliments received and the quality of build. I plan to purchase more A.E. shoes to supplement my closet and would suggest them to anyone tired of the run of the mill dress shoe that doesn't hold up you find almost everywhere else in the States. I would say they're really worth the extra dollars spent, true to size, and they will last years to come (and get the shoe trees, they help the break-in and maintain shape).
Date published: 2018-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful Comfort and Fit This shoe fits my foot like a glove. Allen Edmond shoes are the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn. I am a fan and do not intend to buy any other brands in the future!
Date published: 2018-01-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Painful double pinhead (or nailhead?)-sized artifacts poking up through leather insoles I have diabetes. I'm concerned some diabetics may not have had the ability to immediately feel the discomfort I did to know something was wrong. AE customer service said that while rare, such issues were not unheard of. I was given to understand this has happened before. Purchased on1/12/18. These are my first boots ever, and also represent my first attempt at buying quality footwear after enduring 50+ years of department store shoes. I chose AE for their storied history since 1922 and an excellent reputation. Unfortunately, on 1/14/18, I have to return these boots. Customer service was accommodating and apologetic. They said a refund was not an option because I'd worn them for 2 days outdoors, but I didn't want a refund. I want what I paid for: a pair of high quality boots that I can trust won't cause pain or injury from random artifacts poking up through the leather insoles. I briefly considered the Cordovan leather version I saw in-store instead of 11.5 EEE Walnuts I eventually wore out, but man, the expense... but I sort of wonder whether the QA on Cordovan shoes is more robust than the QA on calfskin versions. Who knows. Stuff happens. I walked several miles across 2 days to help break in the ankles and to help seat my feet into the layer of cork sandwiched between the leather insoles and the bottom outsoles. After experiencing a sharp pain in my right heel today, I removed the boots to inspect them. I was startled to find 2 small raised nailhead-sized artifacts separated by roughly a half inch poking up through the leather insole from where the ball of my R heel struck the insole while walking. I then checked the L boot, and found a second set of double artifacts poking up from that insole as well. Each twin set of double artifacts are separated by roughly ¾ of an inch, and are laterally-oriented from side to side as opposed to longitudinally oriented from back to front. On the R boot, the double artifacts were located on the heel immediately beneath the ball of the heel; in other words, the region which bears most of the weight during heel strike. On the left, a similar set of double artifacts were located slightly forward of where the left heel strikes. I hadn't felt any pain from those yet. Whatever these things are, they're poking up into the foot from somewhere beneath the insoles. Of the double artifacts in the right boot, the rightward artifact had begun to break through the leather itself, through my thin new AE sock (discounted to $9.99!) and into my skin. Neither set of these artifacts were visually apparent when I inspected the boots at point of purchase in Edina MN, and I did not feel them until 2 days later after my heels had begun to sink into the layer of cork beneath the leather insoles. I took pictures of the twin artifacts in each boot to document my concerns. I'm certain whoever opens the box at the factory will see for themselves. I hope shortly to receive appropriate replacement boots, and also that root cause be identified & corrected so there is no future recurrence. Some folks literally wouldn't be able to feel such artifacts right away like I did, and I worry for them. Thank you.
Date published: 2018-01-15
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Ask & Answer

Wearing time

Would it be okay to wear this in the summer? Will the shoes be too hot for my feet?
Asked by: AElover
Yes. Its usually too hot in summer to wear boots.
Answered by: Raymond
Date published: 2018-02-08

Color

Any idea when the bourbon color will be back? I tried to buy some earlier but they didn't have my size would really like to own a pair thanks.
Asked by: Willi6
The Dalton boots are currently on closeout/clearance and therefore are limited to the sizes/width available online. At this time, there are no immediate plans to reintroduce them. We recommend signing up to our email list to get notifications about future product offerings. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2018-02-02

Are these available in black

I thought I've seen these in black shell cordovan but don't see the option now. Bought the burgundy however and they're awesome!
Asked by: Anonymous
The Dalton in Black Shell Cordovan was offered for a limited time several years ago. We apologize it is no longer available to order online. Feel free to contact our customer service team directly at eservice@allenedmonds.com or 877.817.7615 and they can search for your specific size in our retail locations. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-12-01

Does shell Cordovan burgundy changes to brown over the years of wearing the boot?

Asked by: Anonymous
Leathers tend to darken or develop a patina overtime and may change in tone as it ages. The appearance of the color will highly depend on each individual's use of care products, shoe care routine, exposure to light or elements, storage conditions, etc. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-11-17

Do you have free returns?

Asked by: lala
Yes
Answered by: MKALAA97
Date published: 2017-11-17

What color in manistee belt would you recommend for Daulton Cordovan boots in burgundy

Asked by: Anonymous
We recommend the Cordovan Tab belt in Burgundy Shell Cordovan for the Dalton in the same leather. If you're interested in the Manistee, we suggest Oxblood which should coordinate well but keep in mind it may not be an exact match. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-10-31

Edge dressing for Brown Daltons?

Which heel and sole edge dressing is appropriate to use on the brown Daltons?
Asked by: Anonymous
The leather
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-11-23

Can you waterproof Cordovan leather using a water repellent spray?

I just order a pair of Dalton Cordovan Dress boots and I was wondering if it would be possible to make them water resistant. I brought my oxfords to a shoe service shop and they instructed me to use a water repellent spray, allowing the shows to be water proof for three months. Because Cordovan leather is different, would you still be able to waterproof them with spray or some other material?
Asked by: Anonymous
We don't recommend using waterproofing products on fine leather. Leather is a naturally porous material and using those products will seal the pores which will affect the quality and integrity of the leather. It will also prevent blooming which occurs naturally on Shell Cordovan. The only product recommended for Shell Cordovan is our Cordovan Care Cream which is specifically formulated for this type of leather. Our Spray Waterproofer should only be used on Suede, Nubuck, or Fabric shoes. To protect your investment, we highly recommend SWIMS overshoes if you expect inclement conditions, or wearing appropriate weatherproof footwear if rain or snow are forecast. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2018-02-02

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.
Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
Date published: 2017-11-26

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
I have a pair of Dalton’s in Walnut and a pair in dark chili
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-02-03
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Dalton Wingtip Dress Boots

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  • 0114 Black
  • 0115 Oxblood
  • 0116 Dark Chili
  • 1111 Walnut
  • 0111 Brown

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