Best Brands For Mens Dress Shoes in 2021
Kenneth Cole New York Men's Len Slip On Loafer, Black, 11 M US
Clarks mens Tilden Cap Oxford, Black Leather, 9 E US
- Classic comfort and style. You don't have to be worried about being in these for awhile.
- Lightly cushioned textile lining and synthetic insole.
- Shiny leather upper.
- Dual goring across top of shoe for added comfort.
- Four eyelet construction. Cap toe construction. Durable synthetic outsole. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 1 lb 3 oz Product measurements were taken using size 9, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size. Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.
Cole Haan Men's Original Grand Shortwing Oxford, Woodbury/Java, 12 Medium US
- Wingtip oxford in leather and nubuck uppers.
- EVA midsole with rubber outsole.
- Fantastic pricepoint.
- Grand.OS comfort technology.
- Natural storm welt
Skechers USA Men's Segment The Search Slip On Loafer,Dark Brown,10.5 M US
- Brand: Skechers
- Materials: upper / outsole
- Toe Style:
- Closure Type:
Clarks Men's Grandin Plain Oxford, Tan Leather, 90 M US
- Heel Height .99 inches
- Comfort Features: Ortholite Foot bed, Cushion Soft technology, Durable Rubber outsole, Smooth Textile Linings
- Lace-up entry
- Full grain tumbled leather
Cole Haan Men's Zerogrand Wing Oxford, British Tan, 13 M US
- Leather upper.
- Eva midsole with rubber outsole.
- Cusioned with zerogrand technology for ultimate comfort.
adidas Men's Grand Court Sneaker, Grey/White/Grey, 12
- Regular fit
- Lace closure
- Suede upper
- Rubber outsole
Lugz Men's Clipper Sneaker, Black/Gum, 12 D US
- Padded Insole
- Rubber Outsole
- Breathable Lining
- Slip On with Elastic Gore
- Canvas Upper
STACY ADAMS Men's Dickinson Cap Toe Oxford, Cognac, 11 W US
- CLASSIC STYLE: Cap-toe oxford featuring burnished brogue perforated trims and blind-eyelet lacing
- COMFORT: Fully cushioned memory foam insole for superior padded cushy comfort and shock absorption
- DURABILITY: Lightweight construction with extended durability with breathable linings
- QUALITY SOLE: Flexible contrasting outsole with stitch detailing on low stacked heel
- PERFECT FIT: Fit tip - If in between two sizes go for larger size
Cole Haan Men's M-Width Sneaker, Black, 9.5
- Shortwing in leather and suede uppers.
- EVA midsole with rubber outsole.
- Cushioned with Grand.OS technology for the ultimate in comfort, flexibility and lightness of weight.
How to Stretch a Shoe
New shoes can often hurt. Don't despair, you have options.
The breaking in process can be done in several ways.
One way is wearing the shoes at home for short periods of time. You can wear them while doing the dishes, making the beds, or any activity that keeps you on your feet.
As you grow more confident, you can wear the shoes on short outside ventures. A quick trip to the store, or picking up the little one from school.
If despite your best effort the shoes stay snug, don't despair, you have options. Wear the shoes with a pair of thin cotton socks. The extra volume on the foot will stretch the leather.
Another way of stretching the leather is filling the shoe with water and wearing them wet. Not only will the coolness of the water sooth your aching feet, the water will cause the leather to grow suppler. By wearing the wet shoe, the leather will literally shape itself around your feet.
I learned this trick first hand when I visited a company and found a large puddle of water near the front entrance blocking my way. I could either take off my shoes and wade through the water in my stockings, a get my shoes wet. I opted for the latter. Once inside I had no option but to keep my shoes on and let them dry on my feet. To my utter surprise, once my shoes were dry, they were super comfortable.
You could also try to manipulate the leather by stretching it between your index fingers and thumbs. This should not be done carefully, with velvet fingers so to speak, but rough and with strength.
If the heel of the shoe is the problem, do the same. Pull the leather between index fingers and thumbs and alternate by pushing the leather of the heel downwards towards the sole of the shoe.
A potato can also be of service. Simply peel the potato and stuff him in the shoe. The juices of the potato will soften the leather.
Large pieces of newspaper rolled into balls and stuffed inside the shoe have the same effect on leather. It makes the leather suppler. Careful with white shoes though, the black ink of the newspaper might cause stains.
Remember that new shoes should never be worn without stockings. Feet swell in shoes, due to friction. By wearing stockings friction is eliminated.