These shoes, called oxford shoes, started in Ireland but were named after Oxford University. Typically these shoes were made out of leather and could range in looks based on the type of material and the size of the heel.
Westbourne, an oxford shoe with a u-throat, underlaid facing and punched toe cap. A firm favourite often referred to in the factory as a Classic 'gary' Oxford. Made from the finest calf leather and single leather soles for the Men's Main Collection.