Oxford shoes are named for Oxford, England where they were produced as early as 1830. By mid century, students attending the Oxford College rejected traditional ankle and knee boots for the low-cut, low-heeled, laced shoe. Since the 1920s the oxford has been an integral part of men’s fashion.
It is common for British Gentlemen to view them as the perfect dress shoe. Generally, they’re considered the most elegant type of men’s shoes and are worn on business and other formal occasions. At J. Adler, your Oxford dress shoes do not only convey elegance and style, they also fit perfectly and therefor are highly comfortable.