The best solution is usually just to keep things simple, but look, you can't expect Matthew McConaughey to do everything, ok?!? For a company that takes a decidedly McConaughey-ish approach to sneakers, Pointer
Taking cues from clean lines, good design...and breakfast(?), this laid-back sneaker co.'s just dropped a fall/winter collection of causal rubber-soled kicks, all conceived by a group of London "co-conspirators" in reaction to a market saturated with super-technical trainers, and over-priced, limited-edition sneakers, though to be fair, they do come in a DVD box set complete with collectible David Strathairn action figure and a slap bracelet.
New not-low-top options include the all-black, canvas Soma II w/ electric blue soles; the Tanju, a suede navy/tan nod to the penny loafer w/ contrasting soles and nautically-inspired inserts; and the all-grey boat shoe-esque Taylor, a leather-laced mid-cut featuring a suede toe and matching backsides -- also what Lamar thought he'd get when he agreed to settle for Khloe.
Low-ride styles range from the canvas/suede Seeker IV in sand, navy, blue or black, to a modernized take on old-school Keds w/ shark stripes called the Debaser, to the white-accented Hopkins, a boat-shoe-ish all-suede number with a red tongue, in a shade that (hopefully) resembles a nice, chilled Chianti (slurp, slurp, slurp, slurp).
There's also explicitly athletic-inspired sneaks like the Samba-esque leather/suede Fairbank w/ padded collar, and the canvas/suede basketball-style Mathieson that comes in colors ranging from brown, to navy, to Mysterioso, which is also how Matt feels about the fact that he still has time to do stuff in Hollywood.