Phillips - Cream Calf / Cream Suede
A "tarsal brogue" is a rare variation on the classic cap toe: An additional strip of leather is used in the pattern of the shoe, roughly above the tarsal bones of your foot -- hence the name! This design lends itself wonderfully to spectator styles, as the large number of panels offer many opportunities for contrasting colors or materials.
Our "Phillips" tarsal brogue is a dashing example of just that: Notice not just the obvious contrasting tarsal panel, but also the handsome effect of the adelaide piece extending up from the laces and around the opening of the shoe.
The two cream and black colorways form a sort of yin / yang balance in the new collection: Each maintains tonal color combinations to somewhat downplay the boldness of the Phillips' pattern, but whereas the black calf / black suede colorway makes for a relatively business-appropriate shoe, this cream calf / cream suede model is more suitable to easy summer elegance and vacations spent draped in fine linen.
J.FitzPatrick shoes have a broad set of fit options, from true to size, on the slim side to more wide. It will be important to make sure you read about the specific last that you are looking to purchase.
One thing to note across the board is that our loafers have been cut on the snug side, compared to the rest of the models. We did this so that you do not need to 'size down' when going for a loafer, rather recommending you stick to your oxford size (**read exception below)
Here are a few general rules
- Our insteps would be considered generous
- All shoes with 6 eyelets will be even more generous in the instep
- Any model in full suede will feel more generous to its leather counterpart
- The boots have a forgiving instep in order for you to put them on easily
- Any monkstrap made on the MGF or LPB will feel more generous to its oxford counterpart
- If you wear your oxfords very snug, then size up for your loafers. However, for most we recommend taking the same size as your oxfords
The USPS 2-day priority mail service used within the US aims to arrive within 2-3 working days depending on location. This is not a guarantee, however. Your tracking number provided will keep you up to date with your parcel.
We look to ship out all purchases 1-2 working days after the time of purchase (weekends not included). During "Sale" periods we aim to ship between 2 -4 days after the time of purchase as the increase in orders affects our ability to be any quicker. Add-ons involving changes to your shoes (toe taps, rubber sole bottoms) will increase delivery time by up to 14 days. Custom patinas will increase delivery time by up to 28 days.
If you prefer one courier over the other, and wish to pay the difference, please indicate this in the notes section of your order. Any failure to do, will result in using the default courier that pffers the best price. Before sending your parcel, we will send an invoice to cover the difference in pricing (should there by any).
Any and all import duties/fees imposed by your local custom's officials on your parcel will be the responsibility of the customer to pay for. We do not control this and will not be held responsible for any surprises in charges as we do not impose them. Your government does. We declare the parcel at the value paid. We do no under-declare parcel values. Please do not ask us to do so.
Please note, if you reject your order for not wanting to pay the custom's import taxation, we will be charged a fee for the return shipping. This fee will come out of your refund as we will are not liable for this charge due to your error in ordering.
You will pay a different shipping price for cart value of $100 or less, $101-$200, $201-$400 and above $400.
I ordered a 8.5 size but you sent me a 10.5 ..... I will never ever order anything from you again.
You said the same thing on Facebook and when we attempted to fix it and asked for a photo proving our mistake, you never responded or showed such photo. I am inclined to think that it actually did not happen as we were very open in trying to fix this so called error that is not a difficult one to fix. Why do you keep a US10.5 when we could fix the issue? That's the question. It is as if you simply want to slander us.