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    Default Mens casual sneakers/shoes and a "semi" dress shoe

    Hi everybody.

    I need your help. I have just cleaned up some of my shoes, and right now i only have a few left. The remaining are 2 pairs of converse, and a semi-dress and a dress shoe.

    I am looking for casual shoes in the same vally as Converse, something that can be worn with jeans and a t-shirt, but also with a casual shirt. So, a very diverse/versatile and relaxed.

    What i am not looking for, a shiny sneaker that would only fit a t-shirt, neither a all-in atlechtic like common Nike dunks. Vans does not fit me either, looks to slobby i think.

    Any recommenations would be highly appriciated.

    I could also use a "semi"-dress shoe, let me give you a example of what i have, to guide you in that direction:

    I cannot seem to incert a picture, but the "semi" dressed shoe is the Schmoove Jamaica all black.

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    Default Re: Mens casual sneakers/shoes and a "semi" dress shoe

    Have you considered Clark Desert Boots for another casual shoe? They're pretty cool, and Steve McQueen wore them.

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    Default Re: Mens casual sneakers/shoes and a "semi" dress shoe

    2nd the clarks, check out the beeswax

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    Default Re: Mens casual sneakers/shoes and a "semi" dress shoe

    for semi-dress shoes why not a penny loafer. You could pull them off with some chinos or khakis, some jeans, even shorts and look stylin'

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