It was only a matter of time before the braintrust behind Polo Ralph Lauren footwear jumped on the longwing bandwagon. Personally, I've always been partial to brogues (wingtips, short wings, whatever you want to call them), but their is no denying the extended moment longwing style wingtips are having. Interestingly enough these shoes are also made right here in the U.S.A. - looks like Polo is taking serious notes. A made in the U.S.A. longwing via one of the original purveyors of "heritage"? Sounds like Blog Wars: The Movie. What really has me intrigued is where the hell these shoes are made. They don't look like Allen Edmonds or Alden so your guess is as good as mine. Regardless, $525 is the price of admission to get a black pair or brown pair on your feet. I've always loved the toe box shapes on Polo's shoes and these longwings look like they have a little English in 'em.