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Allen Edmonds

"In 1922, Allen Edmonds founder Elbert W. Allen launched his new shoe company in Belgium, Wisconsin. From the start, we became known as a “new kind of shoe company.” That’s because of Allen’s innovative manufacturing techniques to make fashionable and durable shoes that were nail-less and shankless (meaning they had no uncomfortable metal bar under the instep), which were an instant success.

Allen Edmonds has proven itself a resilient company and success story that has survived the Great Depression, a World War, and a factory fire. From being worn on a stage as big as a presidential inauguration, to a father bringing in his son to be fitted for his first pair, Allen Edmonds is proud of the values it stands for, and the joy that comes from passing on its tradition from one generation to the next."

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