Every man needs a good pair of trainers in his shoe collection. Perhaps it stems from our teenage years, begging parents to buy the latest pair or the fact that they can be the most versatile and comfortable shoes within the range of styles on offer.
Either way, if you look after your feet, your feet will look after you. A quarter of all the bones in your body are in the foot, and most of them are small and delicate. To keep your toes in check you should have a well-fitted pair to provide protection and support.
Whether you're running long distances trying to get in shape, or heading out into town with a new date, we'll have you covered whatever the situation.
You should try and think about what your shoes say about you and your personality: first impressions really do count. If you're planning to go out for a drink in town, you'll look good in a pair of stylish men’s trainers.
A bright white set will keep you looking sharp if worn with denim jeans and a causal collar shirt.
For more smart-casual affairs wear slip-on trainers. They come in a massive range of styles and materials, with leather uppers, or canvas designs that are great for hot summer days at the beach.
Any invitation where the dress code is smart casual can be a bit of an outfit minefield, but there are some easy solutions to navigating this fashion pitfall. You just have to look at the range of options that men's trainers can provide.
For special occasions like meeting up with parents or in-laws, you could create a comfortable yet super sophisticated look with some suede trainers.
If you've been wearing the same pair of canvas slip-on trainers all summer long, it might be time to prepare your feet for winter weather and invest in some leather trainers.
You can pair these shoes with a smart suit blazer and still have the comfort of a trainer, but the polish of a suited man.
A healthy body makes a healthy mind. It's important to stay in shape and exercise as much as possible, but it's equally important to keep your feet happy. Playing sports or running long distances puts your feet under far more pressure than daily walking would, so it's essential to support your feet properly. There isn't one pair of shoes that are the best trainers for sport, it largely depends on your personal foot shape, which sports or activities you're engaging in, and the way your walk. Once you've found a suitable pair to provide support where you need it most, you should think about finding running gear to keep you comfortable (and looking good!).
If you are following our guide you will always have peace of mind that you look stunning in any social setting and turn heads on the street.
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