It’s been tough keeping this boot under wraps. But the day is here. At left, Ami gets his new pair of 744s shined by Kea Lani, our new in-house shoe shiner. You might wonder why you would get a brand new pair of shell cordovans shined, but just yesterday Lani told us that after a [...]
Tag Archives: Shoes
August 28, 2012
Alfred Sargent’s brogued wingtip. Make that Wingtip.
August 15, 2012
One of the most traditional shoes in Alfred Sargent’s Hand Grades collection, the Pendle is a punched captoe Oxford. Simple, classic, and guaranteed to never go out of style.
July 27, 2012
With Alfred Sargent Handgrades you can take the saddle shoe (which they call the Bristol) in as wild or as conservative of a direction as you choose. We could see you walking away with a pair in purple suede and antique oak calf, or navy suede with midnight blue calf. The Bristol shown here is done [...]
July 16, 2012
We have over a dozen Alfred Sargent Handgrades in our window, but there are two pair in particular that people gravitate to and this is one of them. The Double-Monk shoe has become a popular choice as of late, but for anyone who feels two straps is one too many, then there is always a [...]
February 7, 2012
London’s G.J. Cleverley, one of the world’s premier shoe makers, will be visiting Wingtip on as part of their next US tour. Existing clients and shoe lovers alike should bookmark the evening of April 24, when George Glasgow and company will be joining us from 5-9. Non-members are welcome so long as they are genuine [...]
January 20, 2012
Much of my inspiration for On The Fly was born of my own frustrations when shopping for myself. And don’t get me wrong, I loved the stores where I shopped. But there were always little things, nagging frustrations, pet peeves, that made me think: “if I ever have a store of my own, I’d do [...]