Men's Shoes

  • Learn More About Men's Shoes

    Whether enjoying the fresh air on your favorite trail, suiting up for an evening gala event, or slipping on a pair of comfy loafers, your look wouldn't be complete without your favorite pair of shoes. And Etsy shops sell all sorts of unique handmade and vintage men’s shoes to fit your individual taste. Here are some of the most popular styles.

    Sneakers: Whether you’re dressing casual or wearing activewear, you can never go wrong with a pair of sneakers or high tops. Dress them up for a fun night out on the town or keep it casual for that afternoon ice cream date.

    Boots: Another versatile shoe, boots can range from shiny leather to textured suede to high-top military style boots to ankle-high Chelsea slip-ons.

    Slippers: From comfy leather and sheepskin to cozy felt slip-ons, these are your perfect companion for shuffling around the house.

    Loafers and slip ons: Slip into the comfort of simple yet classy men's loafers. Equally at home with trousers, jeans, or your summer shorts, loafers and boat shoes are a staple in any shoe collection.

    Sandals: Give your feet some air time. Men's sandals are not just great with shorts for a visit to the beach. Try pairing your leather sandals with long loose pants or jeans.

    Oxfords and wingtips: These stylish dress shoes for men come in many shades and are often made of patent leather or suede.

    Clogs and mules: No longer just for chefs and medical professionals, clogs are making their comfortable way into the mainstream, with easy slip-on style.

    Costume shoes: These unique men’s shoes are perfect for putting the finishing touches on a cosplay look or your Halloween outfit.

    Shoe sizes can vary from brand to brand. In general there’s about a 1.5 size difference between men's and women's shoes. For instance an 8.5 in women’s shoes, is usually a men's size 7. Many Etsy sellers offer sizing charts and other sizing information, and it’s a good idea to measure your feet before purchasing. Tape a sheet of paper on the floor and trace your foot, keeping the pen vertical. Repeat on the other foot, and measure the longest and widest part of your feet.