The Air Force has always been the most stylish branch of the military: they originated aviators, and even bomber jackets!...though, considering most guys previously wore boiled wool lettermans, anything really would have been. For airmen-made, even bomber footwear: Liam Michael Shoes.
Designing classic leather dress shoes which they demand have a "more urban and multicultural global vibe", LM's helmed by a Panama-born former USAF officer now cobbling out of Suitland, Maryland, presumably for its huge base of potential customers. The kicks're categorized by color, with black styles including the subtly dotted Franklin in genuine leather oxford, the square-toed, "simple and elegant", lace-up Peter, and the sleeker, more narrow Mercury with "brogue details", also a little known men's mag exclusively populated with the abs of Colin Farrell. To match your shirt stains, they've also got a slew of "coffee" colored numbers like the smooth, rounded-toe, any-season Eris, and the pointier Reinald with intricate stitching details and a "double-toned heel", or, what they called Rick Flair after he spent too much time at the tanning salon.
They've also got one straight brown style (the Jaimie, with an "amazing shine"), and plan to drop three more styles in time for summer, meaning your feet'll look even bomber than Letterman's, whose smile indicates he only shops at The Gap.