Best Rated Mens Dress Shoes in 2023
STACY ADAMS Men's Dunbar-Wingtip Oxford, Cognac, 13 W US
ECCO Men's NewÂ JerseyÂ SlipÂ On ,Black,42 EU (US Men's 8-8.5 M)
- Slip on loafer featuring a stylish bicycle toe and elastic goring side inserts
- Direct injected, one component rubber like PU outsole with shock point
- Low stacked heel , Embossed logo
- Uppers made of full grain leather. Textile lining
Clarks Men's Escalade Step Slip-on Loafer- Black 10.5 2E US
- Easy care leather
- Flexible sole
- Non-marking outsole
- breathable leather
- comfort footbed
- Lining Material - Textile
Florsheim Work Men's Coronis FS2000 Work Shoe, Black, 9 D US
- Electro-Static Dissipative
- Slip Resistant outsole
- ASTM F2413 testing standards
Skechers Men's Work Cottonwood Goddard Slip On, Black - 10.5 E US
- Relax fit. Supportive shock absorbing midsole
- Memory foam
- Dual side stretch fabric panels for easy slip on fit
Deer Stags Men's Greenpoint Slip-On Loafer,Black,7.5 M US
- Slip-on loafer in faux leather featuring bicycle toe and dual-sided elastic goring at opening
- Lightly padded insole
- Stacked heel
Timberland PRO Men's Pitboss 6" Steel-Toe Boot, Black , 11 EE - Wide
- STAY ON YOUR FEET: Our Pit Boss is everything a steel toe boot should be: Safe, tough & comfortable. These leather work boots meet ANSI safety standards and feature slip-, oil- and abrasion resistant outsoles for traction & padded top collars for comfort.
- SAFETY AND COMFORT: PRO 24/7 Comfort Suspension technology is a unique comfort system that meets the most rigorous work site demands -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It helps reduce foot fatigue, support the arch and cushion every step.
- A SOURCE OF PRIDE: We know you take pride in your work, so our soft-toed shoes and boots and steel-toe boots and shoes are designed to provide you with enhanced job performance day in and day out. Wear them at work well as at home with comfort & style.
- QUALITY WORKWEAR: Timberland PRO assesses the unmet needs of those who work in the most demanding environments and then develops solutions that deliver ultimate comfort, durability & protection—all day long—from work boots & shoes to anti-fatigue insoles.
- TIMBERLAND PRO: Compare the quality workmanship of Timberland PRO work boots & work shoes to products from Justin, Muck Boots, Servus, Tingley, Doc Martens, Romeos, Red Wing, Merrell, Ariat, Cat, Wolverine, Maelstrom, Stanley, Keen or Carhartt.
Skechers for Work Men's Hartan Slip-On Shoe, Dark Brown, 10.5 M US
- Relaxed Fit. Rubber lugged traction outsole is oil resistant
- Memory Foam
- Steel Toe
- Electrical Hazard
Skechers for Work Men's Nampa-Groton Food Service Shoe,black polyurethane,9.5 M US
- Memory Foam Footbed
- Relaxed Fit
Skechers Men's Classic Fit-Delson-Camden Sneaker, Black/Grey,12 Wide US
- Air Cooled Memory Foam
- Classic Fit
- Air Cooled
- Bungee Lace
- 1 inch heel
The World of the Illiterate - What Would You Do If You Could Not Read?
I invite you to step into the shoes of the functionally illiterate for a day.
If you manage to get a driver's license, you will travel to and from work primarily by memory, not by reading street signs. Likewise, your use of public transportation will be limited to familiar routes, mapped out beforehand.
Your job will likely be limited to lower-end positions that do not require much reading, writing or math. In addition, your ability to rise within the company is restricted, for the same reason. The work can be boring, because in spite of your limited reading skills you may well be quite intelligent.
When you arrive home after work, your spouse greets you with, "look honey, there's a letter from your favorite aunt in New Brunswick. What does she have to say?" You dig into your bag of creative resources and come up with, "You know, my eyes are really tired from all the small print at work. Could you read it to me?" You've been married over 30 years and your spouse still has no idea that you can barely read.
After supper, your spouse asks if you'd help with the bills, but you beg off, pleading exhaustion. Conveniently, the little grandkids arrive. They want you to read them a story. You take up a storybook and weave a creative tale based on the pictures. The grandkids are thrilled and no one is the wiser. As the kids prepare to leave, your daughter plants a kiss on your cheek and confides, "You're the best! I wish you had given me stories like that when I was a child."
And that is your world-a small realm in which you live, love, play, work, and sleep. You are unable to visit your aunt in New Brunswick, because you cannot read the travel schedule and you won't ask for help, for fear of letting your secret be known. You may phone her to keep in touch, but you will not feel comfortable writing.
Functional illiteracy is relative. Most adults can read at least a little, but illiteracy comes into play when a person's low level of reading, writing or math skills limits their interactions and activities.