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Norwegian Front Blucher Black Shell Cordovan

Alden

$1,495.00

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This classic style straddles the fine line between the dressy and the relaxed. The Norwegian front shoe, also known as a split-toe, was brought to the USA in the late 19th Century by Scandinavian settlers. While it originated as a comfortable working shoe, shoemakers such as Alden gradually refined the design until it became a kind of hybrid: half dress shoe, half comfortable weekend option. It is a style that remains hugely popular among the style savvy; a true shoe-lover’s shoe. 

Alden: the greatest American shoemaker, period. Charles H Alden founded The Alden Shoe Company in Middleborough, Massachusetts in 1884. Throughout the company’s history, Alden has relied upon maintaining its reputation for high-quality craftsmanship. While most shoe manufacturing shifted overseas during the latter 20th Century, Alden has prospered as a maker of comfortable, durable and handsome dress shoes.

- Alden style code 2211
- Goodyear welt construction
- Norwegian front derby (blucher)
- Horween shell cordovan upper
- Oiled double leather sole
- Aberdeen last
- US D width (standard fitting)
- Available in other colours
- 100% made in Middleborough, Massachusetts