Product Description (Florsheim Dress Loafer Shoes)
The Florsheim loafers are the perfect men's dress shoes. The men's Florsheim dress shoes have a leather upper, a leather lining, a cushioned footbed, and a polyurethane outsole. The Florsheim men's shoes come in six styles - Beige, Black, Brown, Burgundy, Tan, and White. Other Florsheim business shoes include the Como Florsheim slip on dress shoes, the Lexington Florsheim oxford dress shoes, the Richfield Florsheim loafers, the Cornell Florsheim square toe dress shoes, and the Astoria Florsheim comfort dress shoes. The men's Florsheim dress loafers are available in sz 6, sz 6.5, sz 7, sz 7.5, sz 8, sz 8.5, sz 9, sz 9.5, sz 10, sz 10.5, sz 11, sz 11.5, sz 12, sz 13, sz 14, sz 15, and sz 16.
Florsheim Shoe Company - Milton Florsheim founded the Company in 1892 in Chicago, Illinois. In 1898, Florsheim supplied boots to our soldiers during the Spanish-American War. This strong relationship continued through the centuries with Florsheim supplying boots and shoes to our soldiers during WWI and again during WWII. Today, Florsheim is a leader in the footwear industry. Florsheim footwear line includes Alligator shoes, dress boots, slip-ons, formal shoes, kiltie loafers, Oxfords, penney loafers, sneakers, tassel loafers, and wing tip shoes.
Moc Toe - A type of footwear toe design with a seam and stitching details that was originally seen in moccasins.
Dressing - This is the application of polishes or gloss materials to the upper to improve the appearance.
Finish - The process by which the final appearance of a shoe is created. The finish can include the application of polish to create a high-gloss finish, or a contrasting polish to create a rub-off finish.
Width Fittings - The most commonly system used in the USA is from AAA to EEE. Florsheim offers both men's wide width dress shoes (3E and 5E) and men's narrow dress shoes.