The classic design, with a pointed, perforated toe cap that runs along the sides, ending at the ball of the foot. Most other seams feature serrated edges and perforations as well.
Punched Cap Toe
First designed by John Lobb in 1937, the plain oxford lace-up has decorative perforations in the center of the toe cap and along the cap’s edge. Also known as half or semi-brogues.
The wings of the toe cap extend the full length of the shoe along the side. At times, known in the US as “English” brogues and in England as “American” brogues