Men's Shoes for Tailgating or Company Picnic

Men's Shoes for Tailgating or The Company Picnic

You may not be in the office but there is still a dress code. You'll want to be comfortable but always keeping in mind that you are still in the company of your co-workers. What is too dressy? What is too casual? Here is our choice of shoes that will keep you looking great and feeling comfortable even into extra innings.

Recommended Shoes for Tailgating or The Company Picnic

Shop Long Branch Boot

Long Branch

No matter what the sport, don't let the wingtip or the pinking and perfing fool you, this is a true boot in every sense of the word. Features include four exposed eyelets and three speed hooks, a split-reverse welt and Vibram rubber lug sole that make it ready to take on the elements found inside and out of our great ball parks.

Brisbane in Walnut & Weave

Brisbane

Who says you can't wear sneakers to work? For our first sneaker we took a clean, minimal canvas and gave it a modern update inspired by Brisbane, Australia's remarkable modern art scene. Symmetrical touches, including the flat laces and a thick white cup sole, create an elegance rarely found in casual shoes. Wear with dark jeans and a button down or if you're true student of the game, throw on a trim suit and go sockless.

Kirkwood

Kirkwood

We took two classics designs, the time-tested boat shoe and the iconic penny loafer and combined them to make one exceptional shoe. Made from Horween's Chromexcel leather which softens to the shape of your foot, this comfortable easy-wearing slip-on is the perfect complement to any casual-sporty look.

Shop Neumok 2.0

Neumok 2.0

It doesn't take much to realize why a wingtip such as the Neumok is a dependable workhorse in any man's wardrobe. Whichever color you choose, it is made with extremely malleable leather that promises to give you a personal fit and that sought-after lived-in look from the first day you lace it up. Dress it up with dark denim and a sport coat or dress it down with trim chinos and hands down, you'll catch the eyes of your team or boss.