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Cheap Oxford Classic Shoe - Black at Samuel Windsor for £37.50 plus £5.95 delivery - £43.45

£43.45 @ Samuel Windsor
End of season sale, Typical High Street Price: £130.75 Made using time honoured shoemaking techniques, these handmade five-eyelet Classic Oxford shoes are a gent’s menswear staple. Featuring sleek po… Read More
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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
End of season sale, Typical High Street Price: £130.75

Made using time honoured shoemaking techniques, these handmade five-eyelet Classic Oxford shoes are a gent’s menswear staple. Featuring sleek polished quarters and a definitive cap toe, the Classic Oxford is finished with a Goodyear Welted sole; meaning years of comfort and quality. These handmade Classic Oxford shoes will prove to be some of the finest, most comfortable, and hardest-wearing men's leather shoes you will ever invest in. Provided with a complimentary shoehorn, as well as spare laces.

Goodyear Welted construction
Superior leather sole
Flexible leather upper
Open hand stitching
Comfortable sock with cushioning
Sizes 5 to 14 with several half sizes
Comfortable, hard wearing and quality
Complimentary shoehorn provided
Sizes: 5, 6, 6½, 7, 7½, 8, 8½, 9, 9½, 10, 10½, 11, 12, 13, 14
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1 Like #1
This looks seriously tempting for the price but does anyone have experience of this seller and the quality of the shoes? Trustpilot reviews give a little concern.
#2
Thanks for updating the p&p, my bad.

https://ww2.feefo.com/en-GB/reviews/bvg-samuel-windsor?displayFeedbackType=BOTH&timeFrame=ALL 4.5/5 13k reviews

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.samuel-windsor.co.uk 6/10 135 reviews

"i used to be indecisive but now i'm not sure"




Edited By: Grumpyrowley on Jul 15, 2017 15:15
3 Likes #3
Not saying these aren't worth the money they're selling for now, but no way they'd be worth the RRP. That would be within Loake's 1880 price range which would be far superior.
1 Like #4
I had a pair of these about 10 years ago and they were terrible quality. Might have improved but honestly I wouldn't have paid £20 for them if I had seen them first!
1 Like #5
Another company whose name and brand leads you to think you are buying British made items. These shoes are infact manufactured in India.
#6
These are pretty similar to military shoes. oO
#7
Or £34.90 including delivery from Groupon here https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/samuel-windsor-leather-shoes-4
#8
Council shoes
#9
Pnb12
Another company whose name and brand leads you to think you are buying British made items. These shoes are infact manufactured in India.
And?
1 Like #10
That typical high street price is utter rubbish. Just be aware when buying that these shoes are not worth anything close to that price.
#11
for full leather uppers, inners and soles https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00J4JL8DG/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A2U6T3XRB0BQ5I&psc=1 can't be beat. Mine have just worn out after a solid 15months of daily wear. took a week to wear in as very little give initially but then comfortable over many, many miles.
#12
You get what you pay for. Don't expect a £130 shoe, or even a £80 shoe. You are better off looking for something on sale in store e.g https://www.massimodutti.com/gb/sale/shoes/brogue-oxford-shoes-c1748007p7722094.html?colorId=800 (out of stock online but can be found in stores)
#13
niko
Pnb12
Another company whose name and brand leads you to think you are buying British made items. These shoes are infact manufactured in India.
And?
They should be half the price, when i went on holiday to india the shop prices for shoes were about £12
#14
I've got several pairs of shoes from Samuel Windsor and their other outlet, Clifford James - the premium welted sole types.

They are all well made, and fit well. Best of all, despite being different styles, they did not need and breaking in. I've have both the leather soles and the better IMO Dainite copies, and both types are comfortable with no creaks.

They are well worth the normal price, let alone the sale price.
1 Like #15
Poor quality. Don't waste your money.
#16
I've got two pairs of these from SW. I used to order the identical ones from http://www.gentlemen-prefer-brogues.co.uk/

Anyway the quality of the shoe is high particularly for the price. I wear them every day for work which is probably 4 days a week and they last over a year before they need replacing. I have a leather paired sole set and the same with the rubber. Personally prefer rubber in my job especially for the extra grip in winter. I did order a pair of these in May and they were the same price then so I don't think this is a one off sale or price reduction. That said when I was looking for some of these these are the best I could find and I'm on my 3rd set in 4 years
#17
Excellent shoes brought these for work and never had an issue with them
#18
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
Council shoes

They look nothing like knockoff Nike trainers.
#19
use SWABDND for 10% off
1 Like #20
steveyboy79
This looks seriously tempting for the price but does anyone have experience of this seller and the quality of the shoes? Trustpilot reviews give a little concern.
These shoes are no better or worse than a typical high street retailer. They're certainly not a high quality shoe.
1 Like #21
Worst shoes I have ever had in my life.

Fell apart within weeks.

Stitching came out, sole seperated from upper, heel fell off.

Had two pairs (part of 'the offer' at the time), took photographs, showed receipts etc, eventually after letters, emails, phone calls etc the company replaced both pairs with new ones - which fell apart within weeks.

That was about 15 - 20 years ago (maybe the 4yo making mine wasn't up to the job - yours might be better), never again.
#22
tryn2help
Worst shoes I have ever had in my life. Fell apart within weeks.Stitching came out, sole seperated from upper, heel fell off.Had two pairs (part of 'the offer' at the time), took photographs, showed receipts etc, eventually after letters, emails, phone calls etc the company replaced both pairs with new ones - which fell apart within weeks.That was about 15 - 20 years ago (maybe the 4yo making mine wasn't up to the job - yours might be better), never again.
20 years ago? Come on... Alot has changed since then.
#23
Bought from them before, very hard leather which takes a lot of breaking in. Soles wear out very quickly and shoes become badly scuffed easily. My experience, YMMV.
2 Likes #24
Had a pair, never again. The most awful pair of shoes I have ever worn in my life. Heavy, stiff, uncomfortable, poor made and looked nothing like the photos. Gave them a chance for three weeks but ended up putting them straight in the bin. Did consider donating them to a clothes charity but couldn't bear the thought of some poor soul having to put up with them without a choice.

Stay away, these are for the landfill or a bonfire.
2 Likes #25
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
Council shoes


I bought a pair from this company and they are not only uncomfortable to walk in the sole degrades quickly.
#26
Glad someone posted this and hear first hand experience from HUKD'ers, was seriously considering buying.

I'm on the lookout for new shoes so any suggestions greatly appreciated.
#27
tapi
for full leather uppers, inners and soles https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00J4JL8DG/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A2U6T3XRB0BQ5I&psc=1 can't be beat. Mine have just worn out after a solid 15months of daily wear. took a week to wear in as very little give initially but then comfortable over many, many miles.


Those look okay to me, going from the pictures.
Has anybody else got some recommendations? Preferably where we can go to a shop and try them on, before paying money?
When it comes to shoes, buying without trying them out (ie. online) is far too risky.
#28
tryn2help
Worst shoes I have ever had in my life. Fell apart within weeks.Stitching came out, sole seperated from upper, heel fell off.Had two pairs (part of 'the offer' at the time), took photographs, showed receipts etc, eventually after letters, emails, phone calls etc the company replaced both pairs with new ones - which fell apart within weeks.That was about 15 - 20 years ago (maybe the 4yo making mine wasn't up to the job - yours might be better), never again.
Lol, 20 years ago.
#29
sunama
tapi
for full leather uppers, inners and soles https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00J4JL8DG/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A2U6T3XRB0BQ5I&psc=1 can't be beat. Mine have just worn out after a solid 15months of daily wear. took a week to wear in as very little give initially but then comfortable over many, many miles.
Those look okay to me, going from the pictures.
Has anybody else got some recommendations? Preferably where we can go to a shop and try them on, before paying money?
When it comes to shoes, buying without trying them out (ie. online) is far too risky.
It's amazon. send em back for free if they don't fit or you just don't like them.
1 Like #30
steveyboy79
This looks seriously tempting for the price but does anyone have experience of this seller and the quality of the shoes? Trustpilot reviews give a little concern.

I have a pair of their boots. The leather is rubbish, but the construction is strong. I suspect they'll still be wearable/intact long after they're in such bad shape visually that I don't want to be seen in them.
#31
SweeneyUK
tryn2help
Worst shoes I have ever had in my life. Fell apart within weeks.Stitching came out, sole seperated from upper, heel fell off.Had two pairs (part of 'the offer' at the time), took photographs, showed receipts etc, eventually after letters, emails, phone calls etc the company replaced both pairs with new ones - which fell apart within weeks.That was about 15 - 20 years ago (maybe the 4yo making mine wasn't up to the job - yours might be better), never again.
20 years ago? Come on... Alot has changed since then.
Yes, indeed, but not all for the better, many changes have made things worse.

Twenty years may seem a long time to younger people, but when they've been here for just twice that number they realise it's nothing at all.
Besides that, what makes anyone think we're always 'improving' with time?
#32
MRR_ltd
Glad someone posted this and hear first hand experience from HUKD'ers, was seriously considering buying.
I'm on the lookout for new shoes so any suggestions greatly appreciated.

There are lots of very good bargains around at the moment; without knowing your individual needs I would look at brands generally trusted and perhaps point you in the direction of the following:
Depending on size, these Hush Puppies can be bought for as little as £19.04p.

. . . or, these Hush Puppies for £19.29p.

Younger, more trendy chaps, may prefer these comfortable looking shoes at £30.
#33
Don't wear these in the rain (or even on wet pavements) unless you like the feeling of soggy socks - soles are too thin and appear to be made from felt rather than decent leather - threw mine away after a couple of months and now pay more for decent quality shoes...
#34
The name sound goods - but honestly, SW are very poor quality shoes. The 'leather' is the cheapest there is and the shoes crease irreparably on first use - very cheap and nasty. You get what you pay for of course - better to get a pair of Barker or Loakes that will last you a while and not look like plastic.
#35
Avoid like the plague. Cheap as chips and fall apart. Really poor leather and substandard materials used in their construction. I can't believe they're still knocking about to be honest. My Dad and I tried them once and were left sorely disappointed.

If you want a decent pair of shoes, go and get something like Loakes in the sale at Debenhams, John Lewis, HoF, Jones or TK Maxx.

If you want a cheap pair of shoes, go to the same dept stores and buy their own brands. They won't last that long, but will look ok the first few times out.
#36
Speedbirdjw
I've got two pairs of these from SW. I used to order the identical ones from http://www.gentlemen-prefer-brogues.co.uk/

Anyway the quality of the shoe is high particularly for the price. I wear them every day for work which is probably 4 days a week and they last over a year before they need replacing. I have a leather paired sole set and the same with the rubber. Personally prefer rubber in my job especially for the extra grip in winter. I did order a pair of these in May and they were the same price then so I don't think this is a one off sale or price reduction. That said when I was looking for some of these these are the best I could find and I'm on my 3rd set in 4 years

See, this is so wrong. If you buy a decent pair of shoes, they should last you 10/15/20 years. Even longer if you look after them properly. They should not fall apart. They should age gracefully and require resoling occasionally.
#37
robertoegg
See, this is so wrong. If you buy a decent pair of shoes, they should last you 10/15/20 years. Even longer if you look after them properly. They should not fall apart. They should age gracefully and require resoling occasionally.

Yeah but they're £37.50. We're not talking about a pair of RM Williams.
1 Like #38
Speedbirdjw
Yeah but they're £37.50. We're not talking about a pair of RM Williams.

Ok, so I spent £69.99 in 2010 on a pair of black loake brogues for work. Still going strong, comfortable and support my foot well. Having used these shoes(SW), and others, I'm just trying to warn people of the false economy. If you wear them to work every day, that's getting on towards 2000 hours a year! It pays to look after yer toots :D

Anyway, hope these feedbacks help others in their choices.
#39
robertoegg
Ok, so I spent £69.99 in 2010 on a pair of black loake brogues for work. Still going strong, comfortable and support my foot well. Having used these shoes(SW), and others, I'm just trying to warn people of the false economy. If you wear them to work every day, that's getting on towards 2000 hours a year! It pays to look after yer toots :D Anyway, hope these feedbacks help others in their choices.

If I can find the same style shoe for less than £100 that's significantly better then I'd have them. Not saying these are overly great. It's just I had a certain expectation when buying shoes for only £37 and it's met them.
1 Like #40
Speedbirdjw
If I can find the same style shoe for less than £100 that's significantly better then I'd have them. Not saying these are overly great. It's just I had a certain expectation when buying shoes for only £37 and it's met them.

Not a size 7 are you?(come up large - I take a 10, but I'm 10.5 in most, 11 in adidas!) http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_084010781460_-1

Or 7 or 9 - http://www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_084010718960_-1

8.5 wide? - http://www.afarleycountryattire.co.uk/shop/40-off-loake-202-shoes-full-brogue-black-size-8-5g/

Jones Bootmakers, John Lewis and HoF don't have sales on at present.

Of course, they don't always get it right :D:D:D
http://www.tkmaxx.com/mens-shoes/red-leather-driver-shoes/invt/27248319

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