The only shoes you need

The only shoes you need

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The Only Shoes You Need

 

Depending on whether you are a shoe guy or not, your shoes can either make or break your look. Especially now in today’s society, the influence shoes have on building one’s persona and look is taken very seriously. We have broken down five shoes you should have in your wardrobe and the only shoes you need to complete your look. Of course, we know some people fall deep in the rabbit shoe hole and buy lots because they’re all different and fit different looks. That’s completely fine, we’ve just chosen five as a foundation to start.
 

Trainers

The only shoes you need
Shoes: Nike

Your gym shoes, depending on how often you work out you can decide how many you need or how comfortable you need it to be. Big brand names such as Nike, Adidas, Asics and Puma are reliable go-to trainers. Of course depending on what type of sport you do, be it tennis, running or simply weightlifting, the shoes differ.

Below we have chosen three trainers at that you may like that can be used for everyday sport-related use.

Nike Men’s Free 5.0 Running Shoe
adidas Men’s Speed 3.0 Cross-Trainer Shoes
NIKE Men’s FS Lite Trainer 4

 

Casual

The only shoes you need
Shoes: Vans
 
Those lazy days where you chill out in sweatpants and a t-shirt is not complete without casual shoes. Whether you decide to wear it with jeans or chino’s, the casual shoe game has evolved that it looks good in just about anything. Many trainer’s rolls over into the casual side such as Nike’s and Adidas sports shoes.

Below are three casual shoes at three that you may like that we have chosen that are casual and comfortable.

Vans Authentic Unisex Skate Trainers Shoes
Polo Ralph Lauren Low Sneaker
adidas NEO SE Daily Vulc Lifestyle shoe

 

Formal

The only shoes you need
Whether you wear it with a suit or jeans and a button up shirt, formal dress shoes come in a variety of ranges and can make anyone look smart. Depending on what type of dress shoe you like, whether its the derby, loafer or monk strap, they all portray a different look on different people. Find what design suits you best and change It up!

Dress shoes come in all different price ranges, below are three formal dress shoes that you may like.

Calvin Klein Men’s Brodie Oxford
Florsheim Men’s Montinaro Double Monk Oxford
Dockers Men’s Gordon Cap-Toe Oxford

 

Boots

The only shoes you need
Shoes: Dr. Martens
The dress boot, Chelsea boot and chukka boot are formal shoes that look good with jeans and suits. Personally, we think every man should own a pair of Chelsea boots, for it can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.

Boots come in all different price ranges, below are three boots that you may like.

Dr. Martens Classic Boot
Steve Madden Quazzy Chukka Boot
Timberland Premium Waterproof Boot

 

Sneakers

The only shoes you need
Shoes: Nike Air Jordans
The sneaker game has boomed in the past few years with people making their millions and spending their thousands on the sneaker market. There are so many sneakers out there that its hard to narrow them down to just one or two. It also depends on how much you’re willing to spend with Nike and Adidas being very big in the sneaker game. Ultimately, the decision is up to you and what type of sneakers would suit you, the colour, style and brand. We wrote an article on the best Nike shoes you can buy without having to stand in line, you can read that here.

Sneakers come in all different price ranges, below are three sneakers that you may like.

Nike Air Max 90 Ultra 2.0 Essential Blue Fox/Light Bone (Medium / 10 B(M) US)
Nike Men’s Air Jordan 1 Mid Basketball Shoe
adidas Originals NMD

 

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