Allen Edmonds Black Shoes, mod. Leeds.
Allen Edmonds, a manufacturer of men's shoes, born in 1922, in Port Washington, Wisconsin. Become well know after providing footwear for members US Army during World War II, who remained loyal to the brand for years to come. The Allen Edmonds strenght are the upper leathers that are used, such as calfskin and cordovan; to each shoe, between the inner and outer sole, it is applied a layer of cork that is modeled according to the shape of the foot with the heat, while ensuring a high level of comfort. Also they are all machined following the Goodyear method, a technique that ensures the perfect adhesion between upper and sole.
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