A laced, low-cut semi-formal shoe ending at the instep or lower. First introduced in England over 300 years ago.
an example of a man's dress shoe
a style of leather shoe that is laced up
a type of leather shoe
An Oxford shoe is a style of leather shoe with enclosed lacing. Oxford shoes are traditionally constructed of heavy leather and were historically rather plain, often made of untanned leather. The shoes originally appeared in Scotland and Ireland, where they are occasionally called Balmorals.