Dayton

00267-01
$120
Stacy Adams  Men's Dayton Wingtip Poromeric Patent and Leather Classic Oxford
Color - Black

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They say you can tell a lot about a man by the shoes he wears. These wing tips, complete with a crocodile print leather upper and brogue-style detailing, are perfect for a man with charm, confidence, and class.
  • Wing tip lace-ups
  • Patent leather and alligator print leather uppers with leather linings
  • Leather sole
  • Crafted with genuine Goodyear welt construction
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    Men's Size Chart
    Heel to toe
    (inches)
    U.S.
    Size
    Euro
    Size
    UK
    Size
    Medium
    Width (D)
    Wide
    Width (3E)
    9 1/8
    5.5
    38
    5
    3 1/4
    3 1/2
    9 1/4
    6
    39
    5.5
    3 1/2
    4
    9 1/2
    6.5
    39
    5
    3 9/16
    4 1/16
    9 5/8
    7
    40
    6.5
    3 5/8
    4 1/8
    9 3/4
    7.5
    40-41
    7
    3 11/16
    4 3/16
    10
    8
    41
    7.5
    3 3/4
    4 1/4
    10 1/8
    8.5
    41-42
    8
    3 13/16
    4 5/16
    10 1/4
    9
    42
    8.5
    3 7/8
    4 3/8
    10 7/16
    9.5
    42-43
    9
    3 15/16
    4 7/16
    10 9/16
    10
    43
    9.5
    4
    4 1/2
    10 3/4
    10.5
    43-44
    10
    4 1/16
    4 9/16
    11
    11
    44
    10.5
    4 1/8
    4 5/8
    11 1/8
    11.5
    44-45
    11
    4 3/16
    4 11/16
    11 1/4
    12
    45
    11.5
    4 1/4
    4 3/4
    11 9/16
    13
    46
    12.5
    4 3/8
    4 7/8
    11 7/8
    14
    47
    13.5
    4 1/2
    5
    12 3/16
    15
    48
    14.5
    4 5/8
    5 1/8
    12 1/2
    16
    49
    15.5
    4 11/16
    5 3/16

    We use two size scales: AA, A, B, D, E, 3E, 5E and N, M, W. The D and M are equivalent for medium or (standard). The B and N are equivalent for Narrow. The 3E and W are equivalent for Wide. Measure your feet from the heel to the tip of your longest toe. Using the conversion tables, find the closest measurement in inches that is equal to or greater than the length of your foot. Then, measure your foot at the widest part and use the chart to find the measurement closest in inches to the width of your foot.

    Measuring tips

    To ensure an accurate reading when measuring, flatten your foot shifting your weight forward.

    If you measure between two sizes always go to the larger size.

    Measure later in the day. Your feet expand throughout the day.