6 Best Slip On Shoes for Men This Summer

When the summer months roll around, you’re definitely going to want footwear that is light, airy and easy to slip on and off at the drop of a hat. The ideal candidate for this, of course, is the slip-on and the guys over at Huckberry have an excellent selection to choose from to suit every style and budget.

Check out our pick of 6 of the best slip on shoes for men this summer below:

Mulo Espadrilles – $190

The lightweight textured linen uppers of these ace looking Mulo Espadrilles ($190) deliver breathable comfort with impeccable style. The shock-absorbing rubber sole takes the place of the traditional (but not particularly comfortable) espadrille rope sole. These great-looking slip ons have a removable, cushioned leather footbed which provides an additional layer of comfort. The cotton lining keeps your feet cool no matter how high the mercury rises. Each pair is crafted using techniques from athletic shoes for ultimate fit and movement. ($190)

Malibu Colony Slip Ons – $113

Described as like putting an electric motor under the hood of a ‘66 Mustang, these brilliant Malibu Colony Sandals ($113) combines the conventional look of huaraches with advanced materials and cutting edge engineering techniques to deliver the ultimate in comfort and style this summer. The result is a built-to-last sandal that reinterprets classic style for a BBQ this weekend, or a journey to Puerto Vallarta the weekend after. This superb Colony sandal takes its design inspiration from an ancient huarache slip-on but calls on vegan leather and a moulded EVA footbed to propel it into the 21st century. ($113)

Nisolo Alejandro Slip On – $158

The Nisolo Alejandro Slip On ($158) is an impeccably styled, ethically made leather slip-on that looks great for any occasion. Living wages for their craftsmen, sustainable materials for the Earth, and footwear crafted like works of art for you—those are the underlying principles of Nisolo and we’ve been loving their effortlessly stylish leather shoes for years now here at Coolector HQ. Their Alejandro Slip-On has us excited for international travel (and breezing through airport security) wearing these impeccably styled, handcrafted shoes. ($158)

Chamula Cancun Slip Ons – $121

These handmade huaraches boast vegetable-tanned leather uppers, which have been hand-woven using traditional techniques. The slip-on, round toe design of these Chamula Cancun Slip Ons ($121) make these the ideal shoe for any warm weather day this summer. They have lightweight, flexible EVA soles which are robust and shock-absorbing. The supple leather will perfectly conform to your foot shape over time and each pair is handmade in Central Mexico by indigenous artisans. ($121)

Mohinders Men’s City Slipper – $145

Boasting a woven oven leather upper made from locally sourced and naturally tanned water buffalo leather which moulds to your feet over time for the perfect fit, it’s easy to see why we’re loving these Mohinder Men’s City Slippers ($145) here at Coolector HQ. The luxurious cushioned footbed is lined with soft, eco-friendly goat leather and there is a natural crepe rubber sole for a comfortable ride. The hand-made “cavani” weaving is a traditional Indian method of shoe construction and each pair is made in Athani Village, India by highly skilled and fairly compensated artisans. ($145)

Astorflex WakeFlex Slip Ons – $132

Handcrafted in Northern Italy by a family that’s been making boots for six generations, Astorflex shoes are eco-friendly, eye-catching as they come, and represent the best value for money on the market. We’ve seen them evolve and expand their lineup to include styles and designs that make even the pickiest footwear shopper smile from ear to ear and the Astorflex Wakeflex Slip Ons ($132) are one of their best and most comfortable to date. As a more approachable, slightly casual take on one of their classic silhouettes, the Wakeflex expertly marries a slip-on loafer upper with a relaxed rubber outsole for a stylish match made in heaven. ($132)

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