Handcrafted in Port Washington, WI of fine imported leathers

Cody Tassel Loafer

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Style

  • Slip-on loafer dress shoe
  • Classic Fit, fits true to size
  • Perfect for traditional business attire

Performance

  • Comfortably slips off and on
  • Single oak leather sole
  • Craft

  • Handcrafted in Port Washington, WI of fine imported leathers
  • Built on the welted 79 Last
  • Calfskin leather
  • Recraftable
  • Care

    Care Instructions

    STEP 1: Using a damp cloth or sponge, lather our Saddle Soap and apply onto leather to clean and restore its natural oils.

    STEP 2: Moisturize the shoes with our Cream Polish to make them supple and soft, following instructions on the product.

    STEP 3: Condition the shoes with our Speed Polish, protecting them from dirt, rain and snow.

    STEP 4: Take our Heel dressing applicator and press against the edge of the heels and soles.

    STEP 5: Apply our Leather Lotion as needed for added protection and polish between cleanings. Use our Horsehair Shine Brush to buff shoes to a desired shine.

    *For camo printed leather, simply rub our Leather Lotion onto print with our Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth as needed and wipe smudges or dirt away with a damp cloth.
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    Fit

    Classic Fit

    Most people consider a “classic” fit to be a “standard” fit. This fit more closely aligns with the natural shape of your feet.

    U.S. E.U. U.K.
    6 39 5.5
    6.5 39.5 6
    7 40 6.5
    7.5 41 7
    8 41.5 7.5
    8.5 42 8
    9 43 8.5
    9.5 43.5 9
    10 44 9.5
    10.5 44.5 10
    11 45 10.5
    11.5 45.5 11
    12 46 11.5
    12.5 47 12
    13 48 12.5
    14 49 13
    15 50 14

    For help getting the perfect fit, we recommend you visit a retail store to get your feet fitted. If you do not have the option to visit one of our stores, you may contact customer service to help you choose the right size.

    Width Available Sizes
    AAA 10-12, 13, 14 Narrow
    AA 10-12, 13, 14
    A 9-12, 13, 14
    B 8-12, 13, 14, 15
    C 8-12, 13, 14, 15
    D 6-13, 14, 15, 16 Medium
    E 6-12, 13, 14
    EE 6-12, 13
    EEE 7-12, 13, 14 Wide

    *Measurements are in inches

    Reviews
    Ask & Answer
    Cody Tassel Loafer is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 200.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Second pair of CODY' This is my 2nd pair of cody shoes. They are a good casual-semi formal mix. They remind me of the Chelsea model which for some crazy reason A-E quit making and should bring back.
    Date published: 2019-04-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ok, let's try to clear some things up.... For a long time now, AE has been re-issuing a pretty good looking platform on the 79-last; the Bridgeton, Cornelius, and its most recent rendition, the Cody. A welted loafer that incorporates both weave and tassels in such a high quality build, it's pretty hard to beat. So that brings us to the fit, and the 79-last in general. Compared to the 65-last, the Park and its offspring, the Cody's length is right about on par. The difference with the Cody (and 79-last in general) is the waist, or the middle area of the shoes is wider, as is the heelcup. But...and this is a big but...the 79-last (at least for a welted platform) has the lowest vamp of anything available. What does this mean? Basically, if you have a high instep, it will feel like someone dropped an anvil on the tops of your feet from quite a distance. Let's go on to my own personal situation which of course, will be different for others but worthy of noting in case anything can be gained from my experience. I brannock at round 7.5C but have a much higher than average instep. Makes for a weird and/or compromised fit sometimes. Going back to the 79-last; I will say straight out, for a normal D-width or greater high instep person, don't even look at the Cody or Randolph, they will drive you crazy and cause you pain and agony due to the incredibly low vamps used. Back to myself - I will note, that while the low vamp is definitely present in both, there is a difference. The Randolph's vamp extends pretty far back, while the Cody's vamp is much shorter. So...there is a little bit of relief there. But, the edge of the Cody's vamp (the "bar") is rock-hard, like cement, and boy does that press down on the top of your foot like nothing you've ever experienced, especially after a full day. Anyway, being the stubborn jerk I am and falling completely in love with the unique design of the Cody, I was compelled to pick the "optimal" size. Given the wide body and wide heel, believe it or not I went with a 6.5D (I go with a 7D in 100% of all other welts, and 7D or 7.5D in all handsewns). The break-in process was brutal, my heels were rubbed raw and trashed and to this day after a full day's wear I can still feel the "bar" wreaking havoc on the tops of my feet, but I can get away with a full day's wear with very thin dress socks now without....well....dropping dead lol. Bottom line - beautiful platform, very unique style among others from AE. But those with a high instep, proceed with a high degree of caution. This is likely your absolutely worst available option. I own over 90 pairs of AE now and have been a lifelong diehard veteran of the brand, and for something bad for a high instep, I can't readily think of anything worse. If you are looking for standard width to a little wider than normal, but much more accommodating to high instep, do yourself a favor - the Lake Forest is calling your name.
    Date published: 2019-03-30
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beautiful Shoe - Kills Your Feet The first pair I received had off stitching around the welt and a scuff or two, so I sent them back. Allen Edmonds had great customer service and sent me a new pair for the same price. The second pair just had some loose stitching that was easily cut away so I decided to keep them. I love the look of the Cody but right out of the box you could tell it was an extremely stiff shoe. I figured they would loosen up after a few wears. I've been trying to wear them in for a month now and they're so painful I just can't. The shoe fits perfectly length and width wise but the vamp is extremely stiff. Unless you have very very flat feet, I would avoid this shoe at all costs.
    Date published: 2019-03-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Built on the best 79 loafer last! The Cody and Randolph in my opinion are built on the most comfortable last. I own (2) colors of each. I currently own (20) pair of Allen Edmond shoes and have been wearing them exclusively for my entire adult life. Dress or casual, you cannot go wrong by choosing A&E. They are limousines for your feet!
    Date published: 2019-03-19
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    Another sizing question

    I understand the best method is to try a new last in store however I'm limited on time. I've heard this last runs long so I'm thinking about a 10 D or 10 E based on the other lasts that I own from Allen Edmonds. Please advise. My sizing in other AE lasts: 65 last - 10.5 E 201 last - 11 D 1943 last - 11 E 97 last - 10 E
    Asked by: WhatSize
    The shoes I bought ran/run true to size, for my feet
    Answered by: Wazing
    Date published: 2018-06-21

    are these available with rubber soles

    Asked by: Anonymous
    I do not believe they are. The 5th Ave Cap-toe is however, and I wish I had purchased them instead of the leather-soled version.
    Answered by: Drummer64
    Date published: 2018-05-07

    Are the Cody tassel loafers considered a summer shoe ?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Absolutely they're a summer shoe. But in my opinion, and I'm no fashionista, the Cody is fine whenever its dry. I sure wouldn't wear a mesh shoe when its raining or there is snow on the ground.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2015-08-13

    Are tassled loafers still a popular fashion choice in men's business footwear?

    Asked by: runner263
    yes. the tassled loafers are in style since Gordon Gecko excess years of 1980s
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2019-02-20

    Help with sizing

    I have several pairs of AE and seem to be a true 9.5D, many of the reviews for this style talk about hurting the top of the foot and go with wider and some say one size longer, what is the direction from AE?
    Asked by: Sundance
    I just received the Cody and I have not problem. I do have a pair of Cornelius which is the same shoe without the weave. It has been discontinued. I did have to get the left shoe stretched when it was new. It is fine now. I would recommend you go with your 9.5D.
    Answered by: JimatAU
    Date published: 2017-05-08

    i am about to buy another pair at the new store in philly(Cody)

    i have one pair can't wear them to tight. I want to buy another pair for my daughter wedding. what you sugguest in fixing? i already have 5 pair of Allen Edmmonds shoe's please help. everyone seen to have the same problem with theFIX. You need to address this issue.
    Asked by: Anonymous
    I assume they're tight over your instep. Its a common complaint about the Cody. Its my only complaint. They can probably be stretched by your local AE dealer.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2015-08-13

    I wear 11.5 narrow in Cole Hahn! Would I order the same size in Allen Edmonds

    Asked by: Anonymous
    The smart approach to your question is to go into an Allen Edmond store or a store that carry the AE line of shoes and try the shoes on for fit. Shoe contraction tend to differ from manufacturer to manufacturer. Also when buying Allen Edmond shoes you would want the prefect fit for comfort and peace of mind.
    Answered by: 2fingers
    Date published: 2017-05-25

    Is this shoe made in the USA?

    Asked by: Ellen
    Yes
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2013-12-02

    Are these fully-lined all the way through to the toe area?

    Can't tell if the shoe is lined fully from front to back, from the description given. I want the option to wear them with and without socks at will. So full lining is a priority to my blister-prone feet. THX Rod
    Asked by: RBNYC
    yes fully lined
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2013-10-23

    I have a high instep. I like the "Cody" shoe. Would it be ok? If not what would be advisable?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    This is a great shoe for a high instep.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2016-07-14
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