Ahhh the stately quad, the ivy turning a flaming red as summer fades to fall, ahhh the Skull and Bones, masks, shrouds and mischief with plunger handles. The Ivy League, nothing quite compares. But for the rest of us, there's always Ivy style, and nothing epitomises the Ivy look like a pair of White Bucks. Back in the 30s, you couldn't show your face in the elite institutions of Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York without a couple of pairs of Bucks in your monogrammed valise. Perfect with a sack suit, grey trousers, or khakis and a sport coat, these are meant to take a beating - after all, there's nothing classier than a disdain for the trappings of wealth.
Plunger sold separately.
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.
FEATURES & CARE- Plain toe blucher (derby)
- Buck skin upper
- Barrie last
- US D width (standard fitting)
- 100% made in Middleborough, Massachusetts
- Care instructions: refer to Shoecare Guide