Quality products at reasonable prices are hard to come across these days, whether it’s something as big as a vehicle or as essential as one man’s shoes. At Jack Erwin they made it their mission to connect age-old craft of shoe making with contemporary needs of a man.
Probably the most essential type of a shoe, the Wingtip Oxford, is the most polished from the Jack Erwin collection. We say essential for his versatility to ether dress up or dress down an outfit. This classic shoe is indispensable even in the most distinguished circles. Adam Wingtip Oxfords are made in Portugal with New York origins and available in three versions: dark brown suede, black full grain and chestnut full grain.
Jake Monk Strap $195
The increasingly popular monk shoe found it’s way to Jack Erwin as well. As they say, it’s their wild card. Inspired by the 11th century monks, this shoe is reminiscent of a ancient practicality as well as modern design. Best of both worlds. Jake Monk Strap will definitely draw attention to your outfit. The shoe is available in black full grain, burnished tan full grain and dark brown suede.
Abe Penny Loafer $195
The loafer is the free-spirited type of a shoe. With a polished look it can be a bit of an unexpected choice for an outfit. Originating from the 50’s as an offspring of shoes,Abe Penny Loafer isn’t the one to stand in the spotlight but it will convince you with its comfort. It’s fully leather lined and has a reinforced stacked sole. Choose between cognac, black and dark brown.
Dale Driving Loafer $95
If the Abe Penny Loafer is free-spirited than Dale Driving Loafer is a materialized weekend escape. It’s casual, refreshing and easy to wear. Resembling the moccasins worn by the weekend vacationers in the 60’s it’s the shoe that will bring a relaxing feel and a sense of calm wherever you go. I feel in love with the navy suede version, you may as well choose from camel and dark brown model.