Florsheim Shoe Catalog 1969

Florsheim Shoe Catalog Fall 1969

Here is a Christmas present to all the vintage shoe fans – the entire Fall 1969 Florsheim Shoe catalog. I broke it up into three posts because it was almost 90 pages and a single post would require a lot of bandwidth (yours and mine).

The catalog is nearly 50 years old and gives a good overview of the shoe styles during the late 1960s. Buckles appear to be the top shoe fashion trend of 1969.

Imperials start on page 39 and the catalog includes seven pages of the classic Kenmoor gunboat models but no Imperial Yuma. There are just 5 pages on the Royal Imperial (starts on page 52).

Twenty-three models are called the KENMOOR. It would be great if someone could explain what they all have in common besides the name. The last?

It’s interesting to note that many shoes don’t have a length greater than 12 and others only go up to E width (Sorry Steve, it appears you will never find a Kenmoor 93603 or 93606 in your size. The Majestic too).

Enjoy the scans!

Florsheim Shoe Catalog Fall 1969

Florsheim Shoe Catalog Fall 1969

Florsheim 97008

Florsheim 96013

Florsheim 31156

Florsheim 21120 31155

Florsheim 30170

Florsheim 30172 30171 20195

Florsheim 30176

Florsheim 20199 30177 30189

Florsheim 31151

Florsheim 30179 30181

Florsheim 30186

Florsheim 31158 21122

Florsheim 30178 20200

Florsheim 20193 30169

Florsheim 30173 20197 30174 20198

Florsheim 20185 30161 20203 30187

Florsheim 30155 30104 30105 31130

Florsheim 31134 31135 21109 30150 20178

Florsheim 31145 21116 31144 31147 21117 31149 31148 21118

Florsheim 21086 31088 21087 31089 31095

Florsheim 21753 21093

Florsheim 31087 21085 21151 31157

Florsheim 30138 20166 30164 20189

Florsheim 30160 31142 21115

Florsheim 21123 31161

Florsheim 30147 20176 30148 20177

Florsheim 31838 31837 21771 31840 21772

Florsheim 30136 20165 30357 30145 20168

Florsheim 31168 31166

See Part 2 of the Catalog


3 thoughts on “Florsheim Shoe Catalog Fall 1969”

  1. David, you are killing it once again. Thanks for the reference — I’ve saved these images locally for future drooling. If only we could time travel and stock up!

  2. Fantastic! Thanks for the upload, looks like you are right about “The Kenmoor” being the name of the last. What’s the difference between the Imperial and Royal Imperial lines? I’m assuming the latter was better/more expensive.

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