As most of you know I have a weakness, and that weakness is footwear, most of all casual sandals and flip flops. Sure I have a few favorites I wear most, but you never know when a certain t-shirt or destination calls for something a little different.
I have recently explored the world of loafers. See I’m a laid back dude and you will almost always find me in some type of open toed shoe, be it a brown leather slip on sandal from Cushe or a rugged Reef flip flop that can take the wet and sandy nature of my beach explorations. But my better half jumps on me sometimes because flip flops just don’t work in certain situations. Despite my best arguing skills and the fact that I can be as stubborn as an ass, I have seen a glimmer of her point. That doesn’t mean I have to like it though.
If I am forced to wear a closed toe shoe then dammit, it’s going to be casual and sure as hell isn’t going to have laces. That’s how I discovered the world of loafers.
I have added two pairs of loafers to my collection of laid-back living footwear, the Margaritaville Loafer and the Cushe Surf-Slipper loafer. Here’s a little review on each.
The Margaritaville Loafer
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