SeaVees Hawthorne Slip On Standard

Perhaps the gold standard among casual slip-on shoes, with the heritage to boot. SeaVees has always channeled a uniquely California brand of cool that’s nearly unmatched when it comes to easygoing, yet versatile, footwear picks (especially of the variety meant to be worn near a beach or on the boardwalk). As the brand says, they’re made to evoke a specific breed of mid-’60’s cool, and we think they certainly fit the bill. Roll up your chinos and throw on a short-sleeve chambray shirt with this particular pair.

PF Flyers Center Lo Slip On

P.F. Flyers is a brand normally known for its tough high-top and low-top lace-up sneakers, yet their considerable attention to detail and design heritage shines through with the Center Lo Slip-On. They’re simply the latest pair of slip-on sneakers for your consideration this season, crafted with a treaded outsole and a durable 10oz. Canvas upper for plenty of wear this summer … and next summer, and heck, the summer after that. Wear the black canvas pair with light wash jeans and a black T-shirt for a bit of casual style at your next outdoor concert.

Astorflex Patnoflex Leather Slip On Shoes

And now, back to the first category of slip-on shoes we mentioned — the type of stylish slip-on shoes that just so happen to be dressy and refined. Astorflex makes its shoes with a heck of a lot of care & attention to detail, using ethical and sustainable practices to deliver a surprisingly sleek pair of summer-ready slip-ons. We love the rich tan leather, sourced from Europe, and we love the style sensibility that works with everything from a navy tropical wool suit to your favorite slub tee and chinos.

Clarks Un Costa Step Slip-On

Your favorite footwear brand — or at least, the maker of your favorite chukka boots — just added another seasonal style to its rotation of some of the most finely crafted men’s shoes we’ve seen. The Clarks Un Costa Step Slip-Ons are low-key and subtly stylish, perched atop an OrthoLite footbed for tremendous comfort and stability across the season. They’re the perfect complement to a navy polo and tan chino shorts when you want a relaxing spring look — trust us.

SeaVees Baja Slip On Standard

<p style="text-align: justify; ">Slip-on shoes can go several different directions, be it dressy and refined or easygoing and laidback. The SeaVees Baja Slip-On Standard fits the second category, packed with a sense of casual style and classic looks, all to help you make the most of summer. They’re a fitting addition to your summer footwear rotation, the sort of shoes you can throw on and forget about — wear ‘em with breezy linen trousers and a camp collar shirt, or else style them accordingly with olive chino shorts and a classic navy polo. The choice is yours, seeing as SeaVees has done all the hard work for you.<br></p>

Vans Slip-On Pro

Think of a classic pair of men’s slip-ons, and we’d wager something like the Vans Twill Slip-On Pro comes to mind. They’ve long been a pioneering style in the category, as timeless now as they’ve been for decades — and now, done up in a sharp Dress Blue colorway. These are the perfect travel shoes, readymade for ease of movement through security, and stylish enough to be paired up with a white polo and khaki chinos for post-travel drinks.

Olukai Kahu I’li Slip-on

Don’t make slip-on shoes an afterthought when it comes to your early spring style wardrobe — and rest assured, there’s a place for every kind of style of durable slip-on in your rotation. What better way to welcome warmer weather than with a tough, rugged-yet-versatile pair of leather slip-ons from Olukai? The waxed nubuck leather upper is as fitting for evenings on the boardwalk as it is for days at the beach, with a slim profile, an agreeable price and easygoing wearability to match. Pair them with slim tan chinos and a breezy white tee for the ultimate in expert style.

Converse One Star CC Slip

If you normally turn to Converse for the lauded brand’s classic high-top sneakers and iconic silhouettes, well, we applaud that … and we’d also recommend you look toward them for a pair of the best men’s slip-on shoes. Slip-on shoes don’t have to be sloppy and they don’t have to be an afterthought, because when they’re made by a brand like Converse, they’re downright stylish. The all-white color is perfectly spring and summer-friendly, while the OrthoLite cushioning means you can wear these all weekend long.

Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Slip On Shoes

Slip-on shoes perhaps most readily evoke the type of functionality that might work best with skateboarding — perhaps it’s the laidback look or the slightly rebellious silhouette (no laces in sight). Whatever the case might be, the Stefan Janoski Slip-On functions extraordinarily well as a modern-day skating slip-on, from the Nike Zoom Air capability in the sock liner to the low profile, grippy exterior and low-key color. Oh, and they’re only $75 — leaving you enough cash left over to stock up on skating gear (or just gear to wear to your next backyard BBQ).

Vans Classic Slip-On

For just $50 – $60 right now, you can buy into the classic versatility, quality and timeless style that comes from a certifiably cool brand like VANS. They’ve experienced a resurgence in recent years as more consumers rediscover the irreverent sense of wearable style that a pair of VANS can provide, and that’s as true with a canvas slip-on in a cool shade of grey as it is with the classic Checkerboard pattern slip-ons. We think these look best with khaki shorts and a tough navy henley