Sure... these are great for a guy in his 20's who wants to look like an old fart. Pair these shoes with a pair of double pleated, cuffed Dockers, and it's par for the course.
My sentiments exactly. As for nightowl's comment:
that shoe is still one of the biggest selling styles on the market for biz loafers,
in reference to tassel loafers, I can say only that most American men, wealthly or poor, have atrocious tastes, and that men in their 20's buying these shoes (in the loosest sense of the word) are nearly beyond sartorial redemption. To those whose excuse for wearing these shoes is that they allow them to fit into their corporate environment, I must suggest that you find a new corporate environment, immediately, before you lose your sole and find yourself thinking "Hey, they don't look half bad after all.