Beckett Black Museum Calf EE-width
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A five-eyelet plain-toed oxford, the Beckett is at once classic and thoroughly modern. Formed from two pieces of leather cut from a single hide, it has a distinctive simplicity of design. The unadorned elegance of the Beckett makes it a superb formal shoe, yet it looks great with more casual outfits too. Unlike most shoes, it does not have a seam at the heel, a subtle detail that lends the shoe an added refinement. Crafted on John Lobb’s acclaimed 8000 last, reserved exclusively for Lobb’s Prestige range, the Beckett has a shapely, tapered round toe. With its peerless finishing and sculpted design, it is the apotheosis of the black oxford.
Founded in London in 1866, John Lobb has been making some of the world’s finest shoes for almost 150 years. This rich heritage is founded upon a relentless commitment to expert craftsmanship and timeless design. It takes 190 individual steps to make a pair of John Lobb shoes, a process that proves the company’s devotion to excellence.
- Five-eyelet plaintoe oxford
- Full-grain calf upper
- Single leather sole
- 8000 last
- UK EE width (wide fitting)
- 100% made in Northampton, England
- Includes John Lobb's limewood shoe trees