This one is for the boys! Say hello to Bostonian, now available online in Canada at ShoeMe.ca.
Whether it’s finishing off an everyday suit in style or going out on the town, this collection offers men a highly versatile selection of traditional and contemporary styles that equip them to confidently pursue success.
Founded in 1899 by Charles Jones in Whitman, Massachusetts, Bostonian has been crafting men’s dress shoes with uncompromised comfort and exceptional style for over 110 years. Pioneering the first truly flexible leather dress shoe, Bostonian footwear feels perfectly broken in from the very first step.
This is done by combining athletic-shoe technology with dress-casual shoe style, creating long-lasting, ultra-lightweight footwear. From a style vantage point, this collection offers traditional styles with genuine leather soles as well as modern takes on the classics with sleek silhouettes.
Today, Bostonian is owned by Clarks Companies, another company well known for focusing on quality, value and comfort. Take a look at some of the beautiful dress shoes available:
A classic in the making, the Bostonian Men's Faneuil lace-up shoe lends luxury and style to any outfit. Made of premium tan leather, it boasts a streamlined silhouette and contrast stitching details for a subtle modern touch.
Tooled leather and contrast stitching details give the classic Bostonian Men's Pavillion lace-up oxford style in spades. Made of rich taupe leather, it features a leather and synthetic lining for reduced friction and a removable footbed for cushioning.
While still traditional, the Bostonian Men's Ricardo Cap toe lace-up shoe in supple brown leather offers a slightly more modern silhouette and styling, perfect for denim, suits and corduroys.
The detailed stitching on the Bostonian Men's Ricardo Run Off give this men's lace-up oxford a modern edge. Wear with denim, suits, and corduroys for classic style.
Exquisitely crafted of premium leather in black, the Bostonian Men's Alito lace-up oxford will bring refinement to any occasion.