Frye Men's James Oxford

Priced: $119.99 - $248.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Frye James Oxford
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Color: Black Pebbled Full Grain
Black Pebbled Full Grain
Black Pebbled Full Grain
Black Pebbled Full Grain
Black Pebbled Full Grain
Black Pebbled Full Grain
Black Pebbled Full Grain
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Frye James Oxford - Being rough around the edges is a definite plus with this trendsetting James Oxford from Frye®.

Lining and Layers:

  • Smooth leather lining and cushioned leather footbed for easy slip-on comfort.


  • Durable leather sole adds a touch of classic craftsmanship to this oxford.
  • Features hand distressed leather for a fresh, fashion forward look.
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Also available for: Women
Heel Height:1 1⁄4 in
Weight:1 lb 7 oz
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Frye James Oxford Reviews:


These are great shoes. You will command respect with these. They have a double thick sole that provides walking comfort and maximum life without becoming flimsy like thin soled department store shoes. Someone needs to issue a press release that thin-soled shoes are not cool, in fact, they are cheesy. Vintage American Style is finally coming back in fashion, and these are that. The only knock is that sides of the sole can become scuffed and show the light-colored leather... but can be re-stained easily. Frye shoes are the best value/quality. These may have some very minor imperfections. Yes, there are nicer shoes, but you usually have to spend much more to get them. The James Wingtip is not quite as wide and has a thinner sole but is still substantial enough that I purchased them, too.
Anonymous - customer at on 03/04/2012
These are well-constructed shoes, and incredibly stylish. As noted by another reviewer, the antique patina applied by the manufacturer wears off rather quickly, but provides a nice base for building your own polish/color. Unfortunately, these are some of the most uncomfortable shoes I've ever owned. They provide little or no arch support and no cushion through the footbed. After standing in these while teaching for 3+ hours I suffer serious pain in my lower back and heels. If I were buying thee again, I would get at least a half size large to accommodate adding a serious insole of some sort.
Aaron D - customer at on 12/11/2011
There is a tradeoff between construction and style in footwear, and to excel in one, the other is typically compromised. I love the sturdy build of Red Wing boots and I will unload my paycheck on the perfect aesthetics of A.P.C. shoes. Somehow at a price substantially below what I feel these shoes are worth, Frye has harmoniously fused [nearly] bulletproof construction with timeless style. If you are looking for a leather-soled shoe that will take you to work, a wedding, and armageddon, look no further.
Jeffrey - customer at on 04/15/2011
I was hesitant to buy these shoes because the cost is about double what I normally spend on shoes. I am definitely glad I spent the money. The shoes feel great and are only getting better as I wear them more and more. I am very happy with the shoes. I think they are pretty stylish too, although I am no style expert. Some of the white coloring wears off a bit after wearing the shoes.
Anonymous - customer at on 04/30/2010
One of my favorite pairs of shoes. They have the sturdy confidence of boots with the looks of an oxford. They take a while to break in, but I am happy to wait. These shoes have convinced me to get more shoes from Frye.
Anonymous - customer at on 04/09/2012