Not Feeling the Ugly Sneaker Trend? These Are for You.
10 of the best simple sneakers.
The coolest low-top sneakers, loafers and espadrilles
you will live in for the next few months.
When it comes to warm-weather footwear, your goal should be to keep things cool and easy. You don't need anything complicated or heavy. You want something a little lighter, and maybe a little brighter. Basically, it's time to give your bulky boots a nice, long break. We've officially entered laceless season. These are the kind of shoes that were made for lazy days in the sun and summer travel—they're perfect for kicking around on the weekend, casual weddings and laid-back offices. Here are the three types every guy should have in his arsenal, along with some of the best options to buy right now.
Great summer style is really about paring things back to the basics. And these easygoing slip-on sneakers are the epitome of that concept.
Italian military trainer,
$110 by Reproduction of Found
Hawthorne poplin cotton,
$78 by SeaVees
OG Slip-On suede,
$70 by Vault by Vans
$145 by Saturdays NYC
$169 by Greats
$430 by Common Projects
Perhaps the most adaptable of warm weather shoes. From the office or a wedding to chino shorts or cut-off jeans, you can wear these with anything and look put together.
Tangier suede loafer,
$120 by Hudson London
$125 / $67.49 by G.H. Bass & Co.
$150 / $104.90 by Geox
$178 by Nisolo
$135 by Astorflex
Bit suede loafer,
$340 by Yuketen
The ultimate "it's summer and I don't give a fuck" shoe. The classic easy-on, easy-off slipper is best paired with a breezy shirt and a stiff rum drink.
$75 by Rivieras
$105 by Castañer
Sutton leather and canvas,
$150 by Orlebar Brown
$42 by Soludos
Palm tree smoking slippers,
$65 by Soludos
$245 by Kenzo
Here's how to ensure your slip-on shoes continue looking (and smelling) as fresh as possible.
Here's how to ensure your slip-on shoes continue
looking (and smelling) as fresh as possible.