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Shoes to wear with shorts that have a heel, are somewhat rugged for things like bicycling/jogging, a

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kneehowguys, Apr 20, 2014.

  1. kneehowguys

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    Shoes to wear with shorts that have a heel, are somewhat rugged for things like bicycling/jogging, and look okay with a button down?

    Could you post a picture and the name of the kind of shoe?

    Not a sneaker.. Something that won't not like terrible with formal clothes but still rugged.
     


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    I'm looking less for a brand name and more of just the name of a kind of shoe that would fit what I'm looking for.

    So a boat shoe is a type of shoe. A dress shoe is a type of shoe. A boot is a type of shoe.

    I looked at their website- http://www.saintcrispins.com/category/photos/

    These look for more formal than what I'm looking for. Some shoe that straddles the line between sneaker and dress shoe but still can handle some bicycling and a little jogging and is somewhat rugged. And doesn't look terrible with a button shirt.
     


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    The liquor, you drink it?

    The classic solution would be the buck, yeah, or a suede chukka with a crepe sole, like a Clark's Desert Boot. I'll wear beat-up loafers for this, but that's not for everybody.
     


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