Leslie, Men’s Colonial shoe

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews )

$160.96

Leslie is the Fob shoe for court. It is an all black smooth leather shoe with 1-3/4″ stacked leather heel.  If you have been to court, we can coat your heels in a bright red as was the way to show that you have been received by the King. This is the same pattern as the ladies’ Debbie, but in men’s sizes. Good with a buckle or large early century bow.  Full and half sizes 8-13 widths D & EE

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Leslie is the Fob shoe for court. It is an all black smooth leather shoe with 1-3/4″ stacked leather heel.  If you have been to court, we can coat your heels in a bright red as was the way to show that you have been received by the King.

the shoe can take a buckle or you might use a large bow for earlier times, as in “Rob Roy” film.

It was difficult to find a heeled shoe for Fob impression and squeezing your foot into the Ladies Debbie was not the best answer.  Since this style in men’s sizes, it has been a favorite since it was introduced to our line.

It is the same pattern shoe as the Debbie and now Ladies have found their answer to a wider side for them. It is a lined shoe and made of supple leather.

This style was taken directly for one of Hogarth’s etchings of the eighteenth century live.  It is made on left/right last and has a steel shank for strength.

Full and half sizes 8 to 13, widths D & EE

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Weight 5 lbs
MENS-D&EE

10.5D, 10.5EE, 10D, 10EE, 11.5D, 11.5EE, 11D, 11EE, 12.5D, 12.5EE, 12D, 12EE, 13D, 13EE, 8.5D, 8.5EE, 8D, 8EE, 9.5D, 9.5EE, 9D, 9EE

3 reviews for Leslie, Men’s Colonial shoe

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    Alex Ayotte

    I don't care. is the best way to do it of you need a better understanding of web protocols but they will steel it any way you can win. I have problems with people copying my products in china. NOthing a little guy can do.
    Sorry

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    Alex Ayotte

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    5 out of 5

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