Men’s Fashion Advice: Walking shoes you need for the rest of summer

During the Summer, there are so many more outdoor activities than any other time of year. Whether you are headed out for a day trip to Catalina, taking a walk through Central Park, or back packing through the trails around a crystal clear lake, you need to have the right shoe. At they have a great collection of men’s shoes that will fit your walking or light hiking needs.

For example, the Cordones Shoes at Toms Shoes are a classic casual walking shoe with a lightweight grey canvas upper, a suede insole for comfort, and a gored tongue and eyelets for slipping on and off easily. It has a curved rubber sole that is grooved for better movement and good traction. This style has the look of a lace-up shoe without the hassle.

The second style of men’s casual shoes from Toms is the “Men’s Toms Classic Burlap Shoe”. It is a great stone beige color that will go with everything. The burlap fabric gives the shoe interesting texture and a slip-on style with goring makes it easy to step into and go. This particular look in a shoe says “Summer”, but it will easily carry you right through to the Fall. The company also makes a high-top version of this style of shoe that would be more for the hiker. An added bonus to purchasing any of the “Toms” line of shoes is that for every pair of shoes that the LA based company sell, they will donate a pair of shoes to a child in need.

One of the newest active men’s shoe at is called the “Men’s Mocks Driver Shoes”. It is constructed in the always popular moccasin style of shoe, but it is crafted in a material called “Mocklite” that has a lemon scented insole, which is also odor resistant. These shoes have a molded look to them that is similar to the more familiar Crocs, but have a much more appealing and versatile “boat shoe” look to them. The Mocs are a great all weather walking shoe for climbing over a rocky seashore or through some wooded trails that surround a mountain lake.

So now that you have the right type of shoe, get out there and enjoy the season!

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