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Alden for Epaulet
Innsbruck Chromexcel Alt Wien


Upper: Brown Horween Chromexcel
Outsole: Commando Sole
Last: Classic American "Barrie" Last

The Innsbruck line is a cornerstone of our Alden collection. Named after the world-famous Austrian mountaineering destination, these shoes are designed stand up to any terrain  the rougher the better. Each Innsbruck Alden features an upper made of tried and true Horween Chromexcel, heavy-duty Commando Sole, antique pre-stitch reverse welt and shiny brass eyelets. 

The Alt Wien, meaning "Old Vienna," is one of our favorite shoe designs. A stout, elegant shoe composed of a medallion pattern at the toe and perforations decorating the heel and lacing, it works wonderfully well in both casual and formal settings. This a traditional style that has become a bit unusual these days, which makes us love it even more. It's a great addition to just about anyone's footwear collection.


The Barrie last runs approximately one half size big. Order one half size smaller than your typical dress shoe size. For instance, if you typically wear a size 10D, you should order a 9.5D.

About Alden

The Alden Shoe Company was founded in 1884 by Charles H. Alden in Middleborough, Massachusetts, and it remains in that same town to this day. Since its inception, the Alden Shoe Company has designed and manufactured classic gentleman's footwear that represents America's tradition of custom shoe-making at its finest. They have the well-earned reputation of being the best shoe manufacturer in the United States and one of the top shoemakers in the world.

In a consumer world that too often prizes promotion over product, you might think genuine craftsmanship and honest value have been lost forever. Alden stands as adamant proof of the contrary. We are honored to continue our partnership with these paragons of American manufacturing.


Alden shoes are Goodyear welted and handmade by union craftsmen. When you've worn out the sole, which will take a very long time, you can return them to Alden for a complete resoling and refurbishing. With proper care, by a competent cobbler or the factory itself, your Aldens will last you well over a decade.


Our apologies, we cannot ship Alden shoes outside the United States and Canada.