Let's Talk About Beckett Simonon's Shoes

Stylish shoes are the foundation of any great wardrobe. But springing for a pair of fine leather shoes usually means emptying your bank account and holding back agonizing tears of buyer's remorse with every fashionable step. That's where Beckett Simonon comes in. At around $100 per pair, their line-up has every bit of the quality you're looking for without the nauseating price tag.

Graham Desert Boot - $79
It's pretty rare to grab a nice pair of boots for under $100, but these dudes make it happen. These brown waxed suede boots provide versatility and protection from the elements while keeping you fashionable. A durable rubber sole is a nice addition for a comfortable walk wherever your wandering legs take you. 

Goodyear Welted Hughes Longwings - $114
These classic black leather brogues pair perfectly with a nice-fitting dark suit, and assure you'll be remembered when you decide you've had enough to drink at your next cocktail party. 

Blake-Constructed Weston Brogues - $119
Wear them with a suit. Wear them with jeans. Wear them in your skivvies around the house to show your cat who's the cock of the walk. Waxed cotton laces ensure they'll never come off and a full grain leather upper means comfort with style. That's all a dude can ask for. 

Goodyear Welted Hoyt Double Monk Straps - $119
With leather soles, a full leather lining, and rubber heels with leather inserts, it's like you're walking on a leather cloud. The unique buckle fastenings add a dash of class, even if you're dressing down.

Goodyear Welted Cohen Loafers - $139
The classic loafer that you always admired your dad for wearing. They're versatile and sharp with damn handsome burnished toe caps. The beauty of the loafer is that they go well with pretty much any kind of outfit you want to wear — which is a nice option for those days when you can't decide if you're dapper or casual. 

Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and is currently rocking a pair of tan Vans with yellow socks. And by "rocking" he means "wearing."