Johnston & Murphy Men’s Melton Tassel Slip-On,Black Calfskin,11 D US

April 29, 2014 - Comment

Be the man everybody looks up to in the Johnston & Murphy Melton Tassel loafer. This leather-lined men’s slip-on dress shoe goes long on style, sporting a gleaming calfskin leather upper accented with a collar lace and an understated tassel detail at the vamp. The interior performance of the Optima comfort system complements this shoe’s

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Be the man everybody looks up to in the Johnston & Murphy Melton Tassel loafer. This leather-lined men’s slip-on dress shoe goes long on style, sporting a gleaming calfskin leather upper accented with a collar lace and an understated tassel detail at the vamp. The interior performance of the Optima comfort system complements this shoe’s handsome exterior, with Goodyear welt construction and a three-part insole for relaxing cushioning. The Johnston & Murphy Melton Tassel dress moccasin is finished with a replaceable leather sole and rubber heel for wear and traction, from boardroom to courtside seating at the basketball game.

Product Features

  • Goodyear welt contruction calfskin uppers, fully leather lined, three part insole, leather outsole, rubber heel, genuine johnston and murphy optima comfort system
  • Non-marking outsole

Comments

PDS says:

Not close to what it use to be Johnston and Murphy dress shoes were originally manufactured in Nashville, Tennessee. However, in the early 2000’s Genesco which owns Johnston and Murphy closed the Tennessee plants and moved production to Mexico. Some of the early models made in Mexico appeared to use the same material as when the shoes were made in the United States. However, the build quality was not as good and the overall fit of the shoe seemed more narrow. Fast forward to today, now the shoes are manufactured in India. For me, who has comparison models of this shoe made in the US and Mexico, the quality is clearly diminished by another level. Where as in the past the shoes felt and smelled like good quality leather, nothing about the new models made in India involke that feeling. In fact, I couldn’t tell for sure if the outer sole of the shoe was in fact leather or some type of close imitation. The strap holding the tassel on one shoe was much loser than the other and the thickness of the leather was…

M. H. Farzin "Stock Picker" says:

Shoe Sizes are Tighter than Expected 0

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