1892— the year when Ellis Island began accepting immigrants saw one more major event and it was the rise of Florsheim Footwear. Established in Chicago, Illinois by General Electric with Milton Florsheim and his father Sigmund, Florsheim Shoes have always been an incredible combination of style, luxury and excellent workmanship. A renowned enterprise, whose footwear outfitted generations of American boys and men for college, work and wedding ceremonies, Florsheim has come to symbolize success.
Florsheim collection features their celebrated and esteemed styles with a fresh take on designs, colors and detailing. The perfect Penny Loafers, the desired dress Chukkas and the minimal Monk Straps– just say it and Florsheim has it! Florsheim carries men's classy shoes designed for resilience, functionality and all-day comfort. Most of the shoes are slip-resistant that help you do your job safely while offering ultimate comfort and also help you look good in the process. The explicit footwear styles may change from season to season but Florsheim unique range of footwear is designed for ‘The Man Who Cares’.
For a more comprehensive and eclectic choices, Florsheim Footwear has divided their collection into three stylish and comfortable ranges—Comfortech, Imperial and Limited.
Comfortech: The primary comfort line “Comfortech” stocks the cutting-edge comfort technologies, producing footwear perfect to be worn throughout the day. With clean lines and high-grade materials, Florsheim Comfortech is inspired from old-style silhouettes. Imperial: The “Imperial” collection by Florsheim stands true to its name. The immaculate detailing and adept designs leave a regal mark of superiority with Limited: Designed with keeping modern man in mind, the “Limited” collection takes Florsheim culture of fine craftsmanship a step ahead and offers contemporary interpretations of eternal classics. Relaxed designs, unexpected combinations and distinctive color ways are signature aspects of ‘Limited’ collection.
Florsheim Footwear in a way is your imprint; it’s a mark that you leave and above all, it connotes the legacy of your personality and the impact you make.