Things You Should Own: Brown Trail Oxford

Well, soon enough after the initial release of Oak Street Bootmakers impressive (to say the least) collection of footwear, George is back at it with another beautiful shoe. The Trail Oxford returns in a chocolate brown Horween leather. I really cannot speak highly enough of the navy trail oxfords, they’re the perfect shoe. Comfortable, durable, and stylish. I’ve gotten so many compliments on these, from every age group. It’s honestly a timeless piece. Before Oak Street came along, I was sort of at a loss – I couldn’t justify shelling out the money for a pair of Quoddy’s, and especially couldn’t shell out the money for some Yuketens. Somehow, George has managed to produce a shoe, completely crafted in the US, and using top-notch US materials for $236. They’re worth every dollar, I promise you.


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2 responses to “Things You Should Own: Brown Trail Oxford

  1. Steven

    Hey man,

    These look great…I saw the post you had on the blue trail oxfords, and actually placed an order for mine the other day (despite the 4-6 week wait).

    But in terms of sizing…I read that you said these run like your boots? I wear a 9.5 in the Red Wing x Jcrew Wabasha (slightly tight?), 9 in Wolverine 1000 mile, 10 in Sebago Docksides, and a 10 in Allen Edmonds Park Avenues. But…I also have a pretty wide toe box. Since these stretch out a bit width wise, you think the 9.5 would be the way to go on these?

    Thanks for any help!

  2. Steven,

    Sorry for the late response. I’m stoked to hear about your order! Mine are breaking in so nicely and they look even better the more worn in they are! You should be spot on on sizing, these are not “narrow” shoes, especially in the toe box. There is plenty of room. They will stretch out if they have to as well.

    Let me know if I can help you with anything else!


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