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A Review Of The White Leather Sneaker That Started A Trend: The Common Projects Achilles

If you are looking for a clean and simple pair of white sneakers look no further than the Common Projects white original Achilles ($410). Common Projects is known for quality and simplicity throughout its products. In this review, we will be focusing on the white original Achilles sneaker that started the clean, minimalist, white leather sneaker cult…

Did You Know Thursday Boots Makes A Women’s Line Too? Well, They Do & They’re Just As Great

It’s no secret that we are big fans of Thursday Boots around here. They make some great shoes at quite affordable prices. They look great, are super comfortable, and really do hold up nicely over time. Are they the strongest, most durable, best built shoes on the market? Or course not. But at the the price point, we think they are some of the absolute best. In short, they punch above their weight, and you’re gettin a great value for your money (which is what we are all about around these parts)…

Review + Giveaway: 3DM Dress Shoes

Like Adro (which we reviewed a short while ago), 3DM is another company we had never heard of before. When they reached out to us to ask if we were interested in taking a look at their shoes we were definitely interested in taking a closer look. The shoes are all made in India, and word on the street is that 3DM actually is the company providing the shoes for many new micro-brands or random companies you might find at the higher end sections of a store like DSW.

Review + Giveaway: Adro Business Casual Brogue Derby Shoes

Adro is a company we had never heard of before. When they reached out to us to ask if we were interested in taking a look at their shoes we were intruded. They are based out of Mexico, and make a number of similar looking, but nice looking all the same, brogue and derby style shoes. The sorts of shoes perfect with chinos, corduroy pants, or dark denim. And, for a USD price of ~$100, they seemed like a bit of a steal…

Review: Thursday Boot Co.'s President Suede Boot

Thursday Boot Co. is a company you’ve likely heard about before. While they got popular amongst menswear enthusiasts for their boots, they recently released a line of dress shoes which we have already covered here on the site. Now, we get to go back and review what they are truly known for, their boots. For this review, we’re taking a look at their President Boot in Cognac Suede ($199).

Beckett Simonon Double Monk Strap Dress Shoe Review: A Unique Business Model Designed For Value

There are lots of direct-to-consumer shoe companies out there for men these days, giving you more choices than ever when it comes to finding a great pair of shoes. Each company has their own unique spin, as well as strengths and weaknesses. Some do dress shoes, others sneakers, and so on. Today, though, we’re taking a look at one of the longest-standing options, as well as one of the most beloved in the world of value shoe shopping…

Review: Paul Evans Dress Shoes

Ah, yes, the famous Paul Evans. You’ve likely seen these shoes on many Instagram posts and feeds. Most of you have noticed them before, and likely recognize the name. If not, you have surely seen them even without knowing them. Somehow or other, Paul Evans shoes just seem to be everywhere. Which, seemingly, is both good and bad…

We Found The Perfect Summer Espadrilles

If you’re a size 11.5 foot (or anything around there) good luck finding a decent pair of espadrilles for the summer. In my mind, espadrilles are meant to be super simple. Perfect to lazily slip on for a trip to the supermarket, or for a family BBQ. They should be quite inexpensive, meant to be beaten to hell and not much cared about, and the replaced when need be. There should be no fuss…

H&M's "Premium" Suede Sneakers In Review: Are They Worth Your Money?

H&M and “premium” don’t usually go in the same sentence. But, likely in response to so many of the new, online brands offering premium quality at affordable prices, H&M has been making some serious headway into what they call their “premium” line. Each season, they have been adding more and more pieces to their collection of higher end items that still don’t remotely break the bank…

A Review Of DSW’s New Warfield & Grand Dress Shoe Lineup: The Medley Wingtip Oxford

With the proliferation of online, direct to consumer shoe brands, it’s becoming more and more of a difficult argument to make as to why one would shop at a place like DSW. Now, I have nothing against good, ol’ DSW. But when, for about $200 you can get a shoe that will last many times longer than just about anything out of DSW, the value proposition of DSW just isn’t there in the same way that it used to be anymore…

The Perfect Summer Penny Loafer?: A Review Of The Allen Edmonds “Sea Island” Suede Loafer

It’s a not-so-secret that Allen Edmonds (the much loved, high end men’s shoemaker) has a Factory/Outlet from which you can buy most all of their shoe makes at seriously discounted prices. They are sold as Factory Seconds due to minor imperfections, scratches, or the like. Allen Edmonds typical quality standard is so high, though, that most of the Factory Second imperfections are beyond minor, or unnoticeable altogether…