Black Heathcote calf leather Oxford shoes
Nicholas Charles Tyrwhitt Wheeler Founder & owner
"Classic, comfortable and beautifully crafted, these Oxford shoes are a lifelong investment you can wear to every smart occasion."
- 100% luxury calf leather upper
- Made in Northamptonshire, England
- Goodyear welted providing unrivalled strength, durability and ventilation
- Traditional leather sole with rubber heel tip
- Breathable leather lining
- Flat laces
Standard shipping £4.95
- From receipt of order we aim to deliver within 5 working days.
Our 6 months no quibble returns policy
- We want you to love our products as much as we do but if you don't then you can send them back to us within six months of purchase.
- This product qualifies for FREE returns.
87% of customers liked this product (15 reviews)
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|I ordered the 13G the wide version and they send me the 13 three times. I have a lot of shoes from them and they are excellent but when I compacted my old 13G same style shoes from CT to the new ones they send me they are clearly smaller. The first person I spoke with was helpful and aranged to send me replacement shoes twice and they were again small. The last person I spoke to told me that it's|
|Not yet worn for a whole day at the office, since I've been away since they arrived - but they fit perfectly, look gorgeous, and feel great based on the several sessions of wearing them at home for a few hours at a time. The quality appears to be very high. Only time will tell of course, but based on my experience with CT shirts, I have high expectations of their shoes.|
|The expensive shoes from Charles Tyrwhitt come with heels that have had chunks taken off the corner. They will feed you some spiel about how this is how shoes used to be made and that it's very exclusive but in reality it looks ridiculous.|
|Shoes seem fine. Worn them indoors so far.|
|These shoes are of the highest quality but I would advise all potential buyers to consider a G fitting. I have had shoes before from CT that are fine with a standard F fitting (suede brogue, winter boat shoe). However, even allowing for the stiffness of new leather, a standard width in my usual size for these Oxfords was always going to be too narrow. I re-ordered my size in a G fitting and they'r|
|I got a little stuck using the voucher, the online help from your colleague was great|
|Charles Tyrwhitt has never let me down.|