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Walk-Over® Franklin Dirty Buck

Founded in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, in 1758, Walk-Over is the oldest shoe company in America. This brogue puts two and a half centuries' worth of experience to work to create a long-wearing classic that doesn't skimp on comfort. Goodyear-welt construction and an oil-tanned wingtip-stitched genuine leather upper offer flexibility and rich looks; the full leather lining creates an easy fit. Brick-red Vibram® lug sole. Light- and dark-brown laces included. In tan. Genuine leather upper. USA.In whole and half sizes: 9.
Average Customer Rating:
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Rating Snapshot (2 reviews)
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Walk-Over® Franklin Dirty Buck
Review 1 for Walk-Over® Franklin Dirty Buck
Overall Rating: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Great pair of brogues,
March 19, 2012
By: ThomasR
from Sacramento, CA
"Not sure why the other person on here is complaining especially in regards to what seems to be a stocking issue but the quality on these pup's is great! Think shoes that could seamlessly transition between casual and formal outfits yet are built to withstand bombs. The leather on these is no some delicate Italian butter that needs to be babied, these are on par with Red Wing in terms of how tough/supple the leather feels. Highly recommended!
Just for reference, my sneaker size is 10.5, ordered 10.5 in these but I could have ordered a 10 in these they would've fit fine.
Only reason I gave 4 stars is because the red brick sole is a bit of an eye sore in my opinion but that's nothing a cobbler can't fix."
Review 2 for Walk-Over® Franklin Dirty Buck
Overall Rating: 
1 / 5
1 / 5
junk,
December 31, 2011
By: justmoved
from Annapolis Md.
"If i could give these shoes less than a one star I would.
The left shoe is a least a full size smaller than the right though the label indicates both are the same.
Waste of money. JUNK
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