A good, stylish pair of shoes certainly defines a man. Check out our list of timeless shoes that you can pretty much guarantee will never go out of style. Next time you’re unsure of what shoes to wear, rely on these timeless favorites.
You can’t go wrong with a pair of converse. Since their inception, people have been donning Chuck Taylors because they’re classic, comfortable, and pretty much go with anything. You can even wear a pair of converse with a pantsuit for a more casual style.
This California classic was originally a skateboarding shoe, but over time it’s transformed into an everyday casual wear. With a clean and simple design, vans easy slip on for a versatile shoe that works day and night.
These shoes started out in the basketball scene in the 70’s, but they were widely embraced by the public for their sporty, retro vibe. Wear these classic sneakers to channel a fresh, cool vibe.
Who Rocks Them: LeBron James and Gavin Rossdale.
Another iconic converse staple, the Jack Purcell, is very clean and sleek. They’ve gone unchanged since the 1930’s, with a durable canvas design that works in a casual or more dressed up setting. Channel athletic streetwear with Jack Purcells.
New Balance 410 Retro Classic
These vintage-inspired classic men’s New Balances have a low-profile silhouette that pairs well with jeans. Retro runners are in – pay homage to track and field stars with these classics.
After about a decade, timberlands are finally back. The boots have kept their original design that made a big statement in Biggie music videos back in the 90’s. Celebrities have really worked this street-style fashion statement into their wardrobe, and you should too. To add some stylish swag to an everyday look, cuff skinny jeans right above your boot. Get more timberland inspiration here.
These throwback basketball sneakers have yet to go out of style. The low-top rubber classics are cool and comfy, and certainly made a resurgence in 2015 with both men and women wearing them with jeans.
The British footwear brand has been around since 1947. They have a range of shoe styles from combat boots to dressy loafers – all which look undeniably stylish when worn. Whether you’re going for grunge or polished, Doc Martens never go out of style.
Retro Jordans have made a comeback. They’re not easy to find, but make quite the statement when worn. If you’re a collector, these are a must-have in your shoe arsenal. This shoe started it all and they establish you with some real street-style cred when worn right.
A little dressier than regular sneakers, these shoes are made of suede which is always a plus for men’s style. Grab some in black and white or opt for a more daring color.
Nike Air Max
These stylish “running shoes” work with just about any outfit, casual or dressy. This is one of Nike’s most innovative and groundbreaking designs that look pretty neat with jeans and a crew neck.
Think comfort and fashion with these old school “athletic shoes”. Wear these high tops with a pair of jeans to channel a relaxed, retro look.
Clarks have held true to their original design, so you know they’re true classics. These British-inspired shoes are stylish and comfortable, made of Beeswax leather for an established look. Opt for a casual oxford design or beautifully crafted lace-up boot for stylish everyday wear.
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