The Shoe Enthusiast shares his advice on building an intentional shoe collection, including vintage pairs.
Designed to “mirror the feeling of walking on the moon.” Okay. But how do they hold up here on earth?
The styles every guy, yes even the minimalists, should stock their closet with.
One Man’s Shoevolution.
Not all inexpensive shoes are crap.
Items to go big on, and the items to get on the cheap.
The cleaner, better looking option to cargos & a tee.
At least half are understandably thinking: “Zara what?”
Heads up… Cole Haan shoes, accessories, sunglasses, and more hit Giltman tomorrow at Noon ET.
Leather or Canvas aggressive tread city boots. Only $50 – $60.
$80.00 for the Brown, $90.00 for the black. Everyone needs a pair of brown and black lace-ups.
A well balanced dress loafer for under $100. Which is pretty cheap for that style. Find out why…
Two do everything, be everything, highly rated dress boots. For under $90
From left to right you have, simple, interesting, and… what the F*ck is that?
Just $80 for a modern loafer… but is that buckle doohickey too much?
Not the least expensive pair of desert boots out there, but certainly one of the best looking.
You read that right. $20 for black or brown loafers. All the regular sizes too.
These aren’t your father’s perforated leather dress shoes.
All the sizes, and all the look of an expensive driving loafer. For $81.00
Two Distinctly different shoes. Both for the same price. Under $100.