Change Up Your Dress Shoe

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Grandspring Wing II Oxfords-Cole Haan

Today, I am featuring my newest pair of dress shoes, the Cole Haan Grandsprint Wing II. I love Cole Haan shoes, but have been hesitant to buy shoes from their Grandsprint, Lunargrand, or Zerogrand collections. However, upon buying these I am now wanting a pair of Lunargrands and Zerogrands.

So what makes shoes from these three lines different? They are a hybrid of dress shoe and comfort. They usually contain a leather, suede, or nylon upper and a rubber sole.

This technology of sorts originated when Nike owned the brand. It integrated their Nike lunarlon and air technology into their dress shoes to add comfort. In 2012, Nike sold its stake in the brand, but Cole Haan has continued the innovation of the dress shoe.

These hybrid shoes have really caught on with the fashionable men of the world. You can find pictures of these shoes all over Instagram and Twitter. I always thought they looked cool, but never thought I could pull them off. I visited one of their stores and put on my first pair and the rest is history.

I do recommend that every man goes out and buy at least one pair of these shoes. They are the best of both worlds, style and comfort. Now their shoes are on the pricey side, they retail anywhere between $198 to $268. However, be on the lookout because they usually have sales on their website 25% to 40% off, or visit an outlet store like I did. I got my pair for about $83, which saved me about $115.

Well that’s all for me today my friends, I hope my information on these shoes was useful. Please feel free to comment below or follow me on Instagram at @guylovesfashion or on Twitter at @randerzzz.

Until next time, stay classy!

 

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