- Product Dimensions: 30.5 x 20.3 x 7.6 cm ; 408 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 408 g
- ASIN: B07K2FYT67
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 15 May 2018
- Customer Reviews: 728 customer ratings
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- #33 in Men's Oxfords
La Milano Mens Double Monk Strap Slip-on Loafer Oxford Formal Business Casual Dress Shoes for Men
- Genuine Leather,synthetic lining
- This plain toe double monk strap is made with laser cut Argentinean leather, which is outrageously on trend.Stylish and comfortable.It is a must-have in your wardrobe!
- Comfortable and stylish monk strap slip on loafers
- Perfect for any dress, formal, or party occasions
- This style runs true to size, select your normal size.
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+ Appearance: These boots look really slick and professional. I'm pretty picky about my "dress shoes" and these fit my more relaxed style enough that I'm comfortable wearing them, but they still look really good and work for any professional setting. The hand-painted patina also looks amazing. These seriously look twice as expensive as they actually are.
+ Build Quality: These are super solid shoes made with genuine leather and they feel sturdy and well built. They also have a slip-proof, solid rubber soul, and the stitching seems to be high quality as well.
+ Comfort: These have a memory foam layer beneath the sock lining, which helps make them comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.
+ Packaging: The box these come in is simple, but each boot comes in its own individual small mesh bag. Kind of a cool feature to assure they don't become scuffed in transit.
+ Price: These are cheaper than most other genuine leather boots I've seen in this style. It's a really good bang for the buck considering the quality you get at this price point.
• Fit: They're a little long, but also rather narrow. I have narrow feet, so that part's no problem, but I ended up needing an 8 even though I often were wear an 8.5 to 9 in other brands.
• Stiffness: These are still pretty new so they're a little stiff, but that's what real leather products feel like at first. Just be aware of this and that they will stretch and form to your foot better with wear.
• Cuff: There's a little soft cuff around the back of the ankle. Some people may love it, others may not. I don't mind it, but just know that it doesn't go into the boot beyond the ankle.
• Insulation: Keep in mind, these aren't a super warm insulated winter boot, but they are nice, sturdy, and made from real leather. Put on some wool socks and you'll be fine in even really cold weather.
- So far, I've yet to find any real cons with these. Just keep in mind that they're not super insulated and that they may be a little long and/or narrow depending on your foot size. Otherwise they're great.
Overall, I find these boots to be a great value - they're built very high quality, they look incredible, they're comfortable, and the price is better than many comparable styles. If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know by leaving a comment below, and if you found my review helpful, please click "Helpful" below. Thanks!
The price was very good, the fit was surprising very good, the look of the shoe is also very good. The straps are functional and supportive, the color and depth of color seem solid, the long-term wear throughout the day has been very good.
These are not slip-on...I mean, you need to unstrap the monk strap on top to pull shoe on/off.
The shoes are a little hard but not too bad for all day use.
The shoes do not breath....expect to be a little sweaty after wearing them for a while
I read many reviews and most stated the shoes were fairly comfortable. I my case, these are pretty good for all day shoes. I dress business casual and these shoes are a great addition to my attire. No compliments but am not looking for them...LOL
The sizing? technically I should wear a 10.5 US shoe but never buy anything under 11. These are 11US and fit my slightly wider than D feet. I have worn them all week for work and do lots of walking around our factory and feel that if I took my time and wasnt in a hurry, these shoes did the job very well.
I'm writing this lengthy review in hopes it will help someone else that does not like buying shoes online but wants an affordable dress shoe that looks and feels good.
I'm thinking about buying these in black so I have both colors...that should tell you how I really feel...good enough to buy them again.
I recommend these shoes in a .5 size higher than your normal size if you are a little wider than your correct size.
Good luck!! Happy shoe hunting!!
So i found a polish hack for the brown shoes - get a "Dark Tan" kiwi polish. A brown or dark brown wont cut it.
Putting them on they were fairly comfortable without having to break them in. Decent amount of cushion. I normally wear a 9 or 9.5 and a 9 in these fit well. The toes weren't too narrow.
In contrast to the shoes, the box they came in was very plain. Just a brown box with nothing more than the product sticker. Neither good nor bad, just an observation.
Now I normally wear very plain looking shoes, but my wife really liked the look of these. Since wearing them, I have had a few great comments from co-workers, who normally wouldn't even notice if I came to work barefoot!
I bought these shoes to wear to work with brown/tan colored pants. I purposely waited a bit to do my review to give them a chance to wear in and see how well they held up. They were a bit stiff and tight when I first put them on, but that seems to be common for me. After a day, they felt much more comfortable, and after a week they fit like a glove. I have had the misfortune of having to wear these in wet weather when snow started early before I could leave work one day. They got soaked! I thought they were ruined. I dried them off, stuffed them with rags, and left them near a heater vent to dry. A few days later, they looked nearly as good as new, and with a little polishing, they came right back and looked great! Now, there was a bit of shrinkage, however once again, after a day of wear, they fit just fine. It's been about three weeks since then, and all is still good.
I just got them so I'll wear them in a bit and update my review if I have any problems.
footwear, at a break, I would come running back. I would purchase suits if they offered deals on Hickey Freeman. God knows they have the selling pressure.
Getting back to these shoes; they will never stand the test of time. The pictures are far better than the product. The leather sadly borders on PU. The buckles give away the quality. The leather that slides through the buckle is backed by a synthetic as it will pull apart, and will curl, as my first try on is showing. The leather is indented, and I had never even tried them on. The name implies Italian, but claims Argentinian. Argentina has superb cattle. I am dubious about the REAL origin, just as the US controlled island in the Pacific, that Congressional Republicans continue to allow virtual slave labor to make, and ship products to the US, with the "made in America ", label inserted. Every year a bill is introduced to end this scam, but large and powerful manufacturers block its passage. Shame! See "60 Minutes ", for full report. Maybe my review will be published, or we will become silenced like China in 20 years.
Well, the shoes look nice, from a distance. Many complements will be given, as the style is great. I would have paid a lot more for quality of execution and materials. The heel, which states synthetic , is very soft , which implies it will need replacement, at a cost close to the total shoe. I have had this work done on cherished British shoes in their 2nd generation, as well as woven leather shoes I loved only 30 years old. Be very ginger with these. REMEMBER, keep your shoes polished and waterproofed! When your father told you "take care of your shoes, and they will take care of you ", he was passing on sage advice. My first great pair of shoes from my father, American made, that today would be over $2,000, I treated them with the disrespect I still feel ashamed of some 40 years on. I learned the lesson of those words of wisdom, the hard way. I also learned that I was not mature enough to preserve and protect the most valuable article of clothing we need to get anywhere in life.
I gave these shoes 3 stars, both pairs, mostly for their style. Sadly, I foresee they are little more than disposable clothing, the next plastic crisis on this planet. They could have been so much more. If you come across a 1930's pair, you will get it!
UPDATE: I returned both of the 1 inch oversized shoes, and at further examination decided to upgrade one star. I reordered both pairs. I pray they will fit. My improvement in stars came from the young lady who mentioned that the soft heel could be retrofitted, which I can see, but was never an option on my far more expensive (regular) footwear. You must still be aware of the amount of use you run down the heel. If you wear down the inner side of the heel, the fix would cost you the price of the shoes. I know, as when I had the heel fixed on my woven leather shoes . I failed to ask the price for my beloved Cuban shoes. Much to my horror, they cost the price of a new pair. Prices have risen a great deal, and the cobbler loved the workmanship, and I had no chance of finding another pair. My heels wear to the external side. Perfect for these shoes, as wear on the inside would be insanely expensive! The external pad is a quick glue!
After looking at the heel, and realizing the few times a year I will wear these, I jumped up one star. That being said, I worry about heat retention, as I live winters in Florida, and Grand Cayman, and synthetic materials that surround the foot encourage sweat. I will update upon futher review.
I am REALLY trying to love these designs. I am at the age where I crave good new design, that I do not already own. The punched front brown design was available in the 30's, and I loved them. Think of the movie "Chinatown". And, someone mentioned made in China. You are correct! Why imply Italy, and Argentinean leather, only to be made in China? Are we all fools?