Some men’s shoes are just a bit unusual. You might even say, weird. Have a look at the following and see if you agree.
Reminiscent of medieval footwear, the Winklepickers have remained a fashion favourite since the 50s. Named due to their characteristic thin pointy toe, which were once believed to be long and pointed enough to pick winkles out of shells. Weirdos.
Originally worn by soldiers based in North Africa, Brothel Creepers later became a favourite for Teddy Boys. Adopted by other weird sub cultures including goths and Bananarama, the Brothel Creepers make your legs look skinny and weird.
First used to make short-ass actors appear taller in Ancient Greece, the platform shoe really stood tall in the 1970s and 80s. The outrageous, anarchic look of the shoes made them a huge favourite. They look stupid though.
A Japanese favourite, this cross between a clog and a flip-flop looks about as comfortable as having your nails pulled out whilst listening to Peter Andre’s new album. Sumo wrestlers wear them too. Hmm…
A foam clog type shoe that comes in a range of low key colours like bright pink and banana yellow. Bouncy, happy and a favourite with hairdressers, Crocs are dangerously weird. Grrr…
Shoes with wheels on them: genius. Why walk when you can roll? Well, actually when the novelty wears off they’re a bit useless. So if you haven’t already broken your ankles, you’ll probably want to take them off and get some proper shoes, son.