You can tell a lot about a man based on his shoes, which is why you should pay extra attention when choosing your footwear. When you’re wearing shorts, your kicks are on full display and can automatically become the focus of your outfit.
That being said, below is a quick guide on the best shoes to wear for each type of shorts so you can avoid unsightly clashes.
Denims have become a part of our everyday lives. They are simple, comfortable, and easy to pull off. For that chill, casual weekend look, trainers are a great option, preferably in white or grey as they are a versatile color to wear.
Our recommendation: Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ‘70
Converse decided to give this beloved classic an innovative revival by incorporating vintage details that include stitching on the sidewall and a heavier-grade canvas upper for comfort and durability. Truth be told, the new CTAS ‘70s are a more affordable and versatile compared to the more popular Stan Smiths.
A lot of men are hesitant to try chinos because they tend to have a slimmer cut and are shorter in length, exposing your pasty white thighs. But there’s no need to shy away from an article of clothing that’s perfect for our country’s tropical weather. Pair them with a decent style of boat shoes—your best bet, especially when you’re aiming for a fancier alternative to sneakers.
Our recommendation: Timberland Tidelands
The newly launched sailing slip-ons features Sensorflex technology, which provides natural sensory feedback for greater comfort and flexibility. They aren’t just reserved for seaside adventures, they make you look so chill during your Sunday stroll or quick getaway with the girlfriend.
Joggers are supposed to be casual and relaxed. They can be worn with a surprising variety of footwear. But if you’re looking for a fail-safe option, you can’t go wrong with stylish trainers.
Our recommendation: Saucony Originals’ Grid SD
Grid SD, which was initially released in 1991, is a true monster of a shoe designed for performance running. Amp up your sporty style, stat!