Handcrafted in Port Washington, WI of fine imported leathers

Jefferson 2.0 Wingtip Oxford

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Style

  • Lace-up oxford dress shoe
  • Classic fit
  • Independence Classics Collection
  • WIngtip balmoral
  • Pairs with a suit or slacks

Performance

  • Leather insole
  • Finely crafted outsole with new two-tone outsole and midfoot logo
  • CustomCork™ insole naturally molds for a custom fit
  • Bench Welt for added stability
  • Craft

  • Manufactured on the welted 201 Last
  • 360-degree Goodyear Welted construction
  • Lambskin lined, premium calfskin leather upper
  • Recraftable
  • Handcrafted in Port Washington, WI of fine imported leathers
  • Care

    Care Instructions

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

    STEP 2: Moisturize the shoes with cream polish to make them supple and soft, following instructions on the product.

    STEP 3: Next condition the shoes with speed polish, protecting them from dirt, rain and snow.

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

    STEP 5: Apply leather lotion as needed for added protection and polish between cleanings.

    *For camo printed material, simply rub leather lotion onto print with a white cloth as needed and wipe smudges or dirt away with a damp white cloth.
    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
    Reviews
    Ask & Answer
    Jefferson 2.0 Wingtip Oxford is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 52.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A very, very beautiful shoe. I prefer a shoe with a little more cushion in the sole and more evenness in the sole, but it is a great shoe.
    Date published: 2018-09-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Truly Awesome Shoes I have always had difficulties finding a shoe that fits properly. My feet are very "square" - When looking down at my feet, my pinky toe is less than an inch behind my big toe in terms of length. I also do have a high instep even though I don't have high arches, and I wear 3E width. So now that's out of the way I can tell you if you have similarly shaped feet, these shoes (or others constructed on the 201 last) should fit perfect. I have literally never had another shoe fit as well as this (that includes all my soft soled shoes I use for exercise and hiking - I use Ivov-8 all the time for those purposes). First day I wore them I had a long day at the school (I am a teacher), and 13 hours later I still didn't want to take them off. The look is fabulous. First of all, this is not a bespoke shoe even though it is handcrafted. So if slight imperfections upset you, then spend $2000 on a bespoke pair of shoes. Otherwise, buy these and enjoy how an already beautiful pair of shoes will form an even nicer patina and those slight imperfections will eventually become part of the shoe's character. Furthermore, factory shoes (even handcrafted) never have any polish even though they might be slightly burnished. So for those of you who care, polish these bad boys up nice and good before wearing them. Same goes for all other AE shoes off the rack. I seriously don't understand why people think in the year 2018, with almost everything else outsourced, American companies have time to polish shoes before selling them... Crazy! Plus polishing is something you should do yourself because people have different preferences in color shade and gloss/wax content and how you polish your shoes affects how it develops a patina. Anyway, this walnut Jefferson 2.0 is my 5th pair of AEs and I wish I had gotten these sooner. I have a pair of Park Aves (black) and Byron/5th Aves (walnut) that I got second hand. I also have the St. John (dark chili) and Leiden weave wingtips (black) and those are very nice but the Jefferson 2.0s are definitely next level. Support American jobs and buy "Made in USA" with this amazing shoe.
    Date published: 2018-08-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely comfortable These are the best fitting and most comfortable shoes I have ever worn!
    Date published: 2018-08-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Shoes I’m so glad I pulled the trigger. They fit great, feel great and look even better.
    Date published: 2018-08-15
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    What is Profila binding and how does it differ from the older style of binding?

    I keep hearing about this new type of binding on the collar, but I'm not sure exactly what it looks like. Can you explain, please?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    The use of each binding method on the top collar is simply a styling difference and the binding methods depend on the style. The more traditional binding method is rolled binding, which you can find on the Park Avenue. The Profila binding has been used for several years, and it's a method currently used on the Independence Collection. It's a raw edge that requires more precision and it's a small detail that offers a more refined and versatile look. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
    Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
    Date published: 2018-08-27

    Jefferson 2.0 Merlot , what Color "COLORED shoelace" do you recommend to go along with this to make it Pop and give it a more casual look?

    Asked by: Big Poppa
    Literally any color you want - to some degree. You want to make sure you match your laces to an accessory like your tie, suspenders or waistcoat, or your socks. I have blue, purple, yellow, orange, red, green, as well a striped laces in blue/silver, blue/yellow, blue/orange, red/green, white/red, white/burgundy. I don't have a shoe in merlot, but all of these laces work for my two black and two walnut AEs that use laces (I have the St. John's double monks in dark chili). I don't wear brown laces, and only wear black laces with my black oxfords if I am at a formal event. Futhermore, I almost never wear the same laces twice in a row (or the same shoes for that matter). It only takes about 3-5 minutes to change out laces and they dramatically change the look of your shoes/outfit. Like I said, it depends on accessories and also your work culture/environment.
    Answered by: Jabba the cat
    Date published: 2018-08-31

    premium leather conditioner or leather lotion?

    I was at my local AE shop talking with an employee and he recommended I use premium leather conditioner on the merlot Jefferson 2.0 instead of leather lotion. He also advised against regularly polishing this leather if at all but said I could polish my new strands daily if I’d like. I’m partial to a matte finish, but I’m wondering if you can expand on the difference between his recommendations versus what you have listed under product care for the Jefferson 2.0. Thanks
    Asked by: Newton
    Premium Shoe Polish and Leather Lotion can be used on the Jefferson 2.0. The Premium Leather Conditioner can also be used in place of the Leather Lotion. The Jefferson 2.0 does not get the bright finish we apply on the Strand at the factory, and we also use a different type of calfskin, so it may not take as high a shine as the Strand. With that said, you can apply Premium Shoe Polish to add a glow and restore the color. You may also use the Carnauba Wax Polish in Neutral if you would like to try to add a higher shine. Leather Lotion or Premium Leather Conditioner can be used to help moisturize the leather and keep it soft and supple. Any other these products can be applied regularly or as needed, it depends on your own personal preference. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
    Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
    Date published: 2018-08-27

    Laces for a black Jefferson 2.0 wingtip

    What replacement laces should I order for my new Jefferson 2.0 black wingtips...size 10.5 D?
    Asked by: Aaron
    We recommend 33" black glazed laces. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
    Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
    Date published: 2017-06-07

    Width

    How does the width compare to the Mctavish? I wear a 10.5 D but on some of your lasts it is tight. On others like the Mctavish it is generous.
    Asked by: Tfad
    The McTavish was constructed on the 65 last which is the longest in length of all of our lasts and tends to be known for its long, narrow look. The Jefferson 2.0 is constructed on the 201 last has fuller forefoot width for more comfort but with a slight chisel to the toe profile, that complements our iconic 65 last. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
    Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
    Date published: 2017-06-02

    Can not find Matching belt for 2.0 Wingtip Oxfords in MERLOT. Please help!

    Hi, I ordered Jefferson 2.0 Wingtip Oxfords in MERLOT color and I was trying to find a belt with matching color. I found one belt called “Wide Basic Dress Belt” which comes in 39535 Merlot Burnished Calf, but it does not have my size (my pants size is 35 -36). Do you offer any other dress belts in Merlot color? Is oxblood color close to merlot? I see Clay Ave Belt in Oxblood, but I am afraid it will not match the color of my new shoes..
    Asked by: SpecialK
    I got the Manistee belt in Oxblood and it was a perfect match; closer than my belt and shoes in walnut. I’m sure there’s some variation between production runs but I’m very happy with what I got.
    Answered by: Mike
    Date published: 2018-08-27

    are these made of full grain leather?

    Asked by: v
    Yes, we use only the finest full-grain leather we can source on the Independence Collection. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
    Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
    Date published: 2018-08-27

    Is there any reason as to why the tongue does not contain any perforations such as in the Dalton or Cornwallis?

    The Jefferson/Bartlett and the McAllister/Strand could use some perforation at the part of the tongue that is exposed just like the Cornwallis or Dalton.
    Asked by: cthbk
    You really think this shoe is lacking in perfing or broguing? They would be "over-the-top" if they had any more perfing on the tongue. The cornwallis is much more understated shoe, w/out a cap or wingtips, and the dalton is a boot, so it has room for more perfing/broguing. That's why these don't have have or NEED any more decoration.
    Answered by: Jabba the cat
    Date published: 2018-08-31

    Sole: single or double? Insole: poron?

    Two questions: 1. Is sole single or double leather thickness? 2. Does insole include poron padding layer?
    Asked by: WharfRat
    The Jefferson 2.0 style features a Single Oak Leather Sole and our traditional cork footbed with a leather lined insole, it does not have a Poron insole. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
    Answered by: CUSTOMER SERVICE
    Date published: 2018-08-27

    What are the differences between this and v1.0?

    I have the 1.0 and noticed some things are different, most notably the slightly updated last and the lack of the brass plate. Is there anything else different?
    Asked by: Dave
    There is a difference in the Brogue lines as well, unless you had noticed that already, then forgive my notation.
    Answered by: CntrlFreak
    Date published: 2016-07-14
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