Summer Shoes

#3
Mizuno Wave Lightning RX3 feel like walking barefoot, so light and airy. The materials are very tough despite this. Volleyball and handball players typically buy these. I'd wear them with a suit, if such need occurs during the summer months. Thanks to hipsters I can get away with anything these days.

 
#9
Mizuno Wave Lightning RX3 feel like walking barefoot, so light and airy. The materials are very tough despite this. Volleyball and handball players typically buy these. I'd wear them with a suit, if such need occurs during the summer months. Thanks to hipsters I can get away with anything these days.
Yesterday,I saw a middle age man a NW London street wearing a suit and sandals+socks (and who did not seem to be a priest; some priests in France often look like that...), that looks kind of odd, especially here in England where men wear classy suits.
 
#12

Yeah, totally me on week ends...:D
(I am kidding, I just wear my regular shoes in summer, unless going to the beach in which case it's flip flops)

Oddly enough,I do believe this hype of sqatting in France came from some famous people that some local rappers trying to mimic US ones took over.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/a...ted-biggest-fashion-faux-pas-EVER-public.html
 
#17
I'm amazed at the range of footwear deemed acceptable these days.
For summer, a nice pair of suede chukka boots or loafers is fine, with socks of course.
Deck shoes?,....Well,...the clue is in the name, and never at any other time.
Saddle Oxfords are nice and racy if you're on the Cote d'Azure,....as for sandals and those Adidas slides,...they are for tramps and hippies or for changing rooms, ....and as for those white Mizuno monstrosities,....ghastly,...and with a suit????
 
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