A new class of working man and business professional began to emerge at the turn of the 19th century. Florsheim allowed this new class of men to dress in a way that projected deep self-respect to clients. The result was the emergence of dressing for success in business. To this day, all Florsheim shoes are designed for the man who cares about the image he projects.
Fly London captures the eyes of anyone who likes to keep a finger on the pulse of fashion trends. Each collection is an original. Each shoe is designed to feel as good as they look.
Footmates specializes in "classic" shoe designs for children. The difference is over 50 years of experience and a specialized Custom Fit System that allows skilled fitters to work with sometimes difficult toddler feet.
Hand-made. Fair trade. Timeless design. Fortress of Inca works with family-owned and operated factories in Peru to maintain the quality and craftsmanship that first inspired founder Evan Streusand back in 2004. The company ensures that the working conditions of the people who create the shoes are safe and that they are paid fair wages.
Franco Sarto started work at age 14 hand-lasting shoes and from there his passion for cutting edge fashion was sparked. His experience taught him that great looking footwear need not compromise wearability. You'll find his influence in every pair of the shoes that bear the name Franco Sarto.
Free People designs, cuts, and sews with a very particular target in mind! They seek to pique the imagination of the twenty-something young women who is smart, creative, confident, and comfortable with all of her whims. She likes to travel and to push her life in new directions. The shoes? Perfect!
The Frye Company is the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. When homesteaders headed west from New England in the mid and late 1800's many wore Frye boots. Frye Wellingtons, called Jet Boots, outfitted thousands of soldiers during WW2. In the 1960's Frye refreshed its original boot and brought the world the Campus boot. Its bulky toe and chunky heel came to epitomize the culture of the 60s and the 70s. When the Smithsonian Institute went looking for items that best represented American culture in the 60s it chose this boot and it remains on display to this day. When you buy Frye footwear you step into a personal piece of American culture and craftsmanship.
Over 25 years ago, Randy Ochart took a true ballerina fit, and created a line of iconic shoes that have become known the world over. Today his designs incorporate over 300 treatments and are manufactured by the best craftsmen in Spain, Italy, France, and Brazil. You'll also see the occasional modest heel in the bunch from time to time.