5 Essential Shoes Every Man Should Own
I talk a lot about what a crucial part of your wardrobe sneakers are and they definitely shouldn’t be an afterthought. There are many great ones out there, but not all sneakers are created equal. Having a selection of classic, versatile styles will definitely take your casual wardrobe to the next level. With that, here are my picks for the sneakers that every man should own!
1. White TENNIS SHOES
Looking at the design, the tennis shoe features a flat sole and lean upper to make it comfortable while shuffling quickly around the court. They’re light, comfortable and their all-white finish will add a highlight to your ‘fit. This is also one of the few instances in which a sneaker also looks great with a suit, as well as a pair of jeans, whether for flexing at work or formal occasions.
2. THE BASKETBALL SHOE
Built with enough support to keep actual giants light on their feet, a basketball trainer comes in handy even if you don’t shoot hoops. That said, it’s their style, rather than their built-in suspension, that’s shot basketball shoes straight to the top of the trainer ranks in recent years.
3. SUEDE DRIVING MOCCASINS
The third pair of shoes you should own are suede driving moccasins. They are great shoes during the other parts of the year, depending on your climate.
If you’ve never worn a pair, then you really should try them because they’re the most comfortable middle ground between a dress shoe and a sneaker and after they’ve been broken in a little bit, they’ll feel like you’re wearing a pair of socks.
4. The All-Black
As good as a pair of pristine white kicks is, the never-ending upkeep they require significantly lessens their appeal. Which is where black comes in. Equally versatile, a pair of murdered-out trainers means you can spend less time scrubbing uppers with a toothbrush, and more time stunting.
5. BROWN LEATHER BOOTS
The final pair of shoes – in this case – boots you should own are a pair of brown leather boots.
They’re utilitarian in that you can wear them in a lot of adverse weather situations as well as in more elevated casual outfits. I prefer brown because boots are usually more geared toward the cooler months, and brown is a great fall/winter color and it goes AMAZINGLY well with the dark wash jeans and wool trousers you should already own. But don’t be mistaken, you can also wear these year-round.
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