FitFlops For Men
Toning Shoes For Men
Something like 85% of all toning shoes are purchased either by, or for, women. So it's probably not too sexist to suggest that women are the target demographic for toning shoes manufacturers.
However, there's no reason why the girls should get all the fun. If you know where to look, you can certainly find toning shoes for men. The styles are a little more subdued, the colors are toned down somewhat - but the comfort, posture improvement and potential toning benefits are available for guys as well.
FitFlops For Men
One of the big things about the shoes in the FitFlop range is the fact that they don't look anything like toning shoes. They are very fashionable and chic and come in a range of styles - many of which are in vibrant colors.
Needless to say, most of the shoes available are in women's styles - but there is a range of FitFlops for men, and it has some very good options in it. The colors are definitely more subdued, but for many guys, that will be a good thing.
Styles range from loafers/boat shoes, through chukka boots to sneakers. There are also sandals for men - which is only to be expected from FitFlops of course.
FitFlop Kooper are a cross between a loafer and a boat shoe.
They come in black leather (shown above), chocolate leather, fox brown suede and hunter green suede.
The darker colors would definitely be quite acceptable in most modern day work places - and the suede versions would look good with a sports jacket and a pair of jeans.
FitFlop Men's Chukker Boot
The Chukker boots are a little more casual than the Kooper loafers - but they would still be fine in many modern working environments, especially the darker colors.
They're available in chocolate leather, black leather or amber gold suede (shown above).
FitFlop Men's Gogh Slide Sandal
You can't really review FitFlops without considering at least one sandal. There is no shortage of sandals in the FitFlops for men range - but the Men's Gogh Slide is a fairly recent addition.
It's a great choice for anyone who doesn't like a toe-post, but who still wants the freedom of a sandal.
Obviously these are very much more casual in style than either the Kooper or the Chukker boots.