Boat Shoes, No Boats
The boat shoe has been around pretty much forever, or at least as long as boats have been around, but for the most part of its history, it has stayed exclusive on boats. Times have changed and the boat shoe is now embarking on a voyage to uncharted waters. If you were looking for to pick up a pair of boat but don’t know where to wear them, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Boat shoes go pretty well with both shorts and/or pants, and sporting events are a place when either is appropriate.
The boat shoe sort of feels like a sneaker and a loafer all rolled into one and it confusion nature is just enough to trick your employer into thinking you’re dressed in business casual.
If the boat shoe was your shoe of choice to start the day, there’s no need to put them away if you decide on going to happy hour with a few friends as you’ll fit right in with the other people wearing sneakers and square-toes.
And then there are times when you just don’t want to leave the house, and that’s perfectly fine because a boat shoe is a comfortable everyday, everywhere shoe that does a good job of doubling as a house shoe.
Chances are, you’re on the boat shoe bandwagon by now, if you weren’t already, so to point you in the right direction, check out the Men’s Eddie Bauer Providence Boat Shoes and more than Finishline.com has to offer.