Allen Edmonds Jefferson Wingtip Walnut Lace-up Oxford Independence Collection Review

Allen Edmonds introduced the newest collection of premium men’s dress shoes that will be part of the The Independence Collection.  The line of dress shoes are named after signatories of the Declaration of Independence.  The shoes in this line go through a higher quality control with only the best leather chosen and nice accents that make this shoe upscale compared to the regular line.

The Allen Edmonds Jefferson is the dress shoe I review here.  The Jefferson is named after Thomas Jefferson and has similar styling to the popular McAllister wingtip shoe.  The best calfskin is chosen for this line and you can see it when you first hold the shoe.  The Jefferson has a nice rich walnut color that has softer leather and slightly darker in color than the regular line.

The Allen Edmonds Jefferson is a Wingtip balmoral with brogue perforations and medallion.  The shoe is lined with ultra-soft lambskin lining.  The wheeled edge and brass nameplate on bottom gives the dress shoe an extra bit of class.  The wingtips look great with charcoal and navy suits.  I have a nice collection of Allen Edmonds shoes and every time I wear them out I get compliments on my shoes.


If you want a high end shoe that rivals the best Italian and British shoes then the Independence Collection is the answer.  The made in American shoe is of the highest quality and priced at a better bargain that it’s rivals.  The classic shoe would look good in any guy’s collection.  Allen Edmonds took a chance that there was a market for higher end shoes and they pulled it off with the Independence Collection.

9.8 Out of 10

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