47 thoughts on “>You have no right to wear New Balance sneakers, ever.

  1. Anonymous says:

    There is nothing more pathetic, more repulsive than seeing a grown man wearing sneakers in public. You’re not on the court, grandpa, wear some real shoes ffs.

      • Anonymous says:

        he’s right though, sneakers on males when they aren’t playing sports is poor form. If you are an 80 year old walking the mall it’s fine.

        Why be on a fashion forum and insist on wearing sneakers? It’s anti fashion. You wear sweatpants out in public too?

        • Anonymous says:

          Flyover americans are so stupid
          Do you ever go outside? Sneakers are everywhere. I wont dress up in wholecuts to go to the Supermarket. Also i wont wear sneakers to the opera. Different shoes for different situations

          • Anonymous says:

            That’s the problem shitface, many people don’t give a shit about standards or appearances anymore so everyone walks around like a slob in their joggers and kicks. Nobody is saying you should wear wholecuts to go to the supermarket. I’m saying old people, not teens and early 20-something, but 40+ year old MEN shouldn’t wear hecking adidas it looks ridiculous.

          • Anonymous says:

            >You shouldn’t wear light, breathable, flexible and cushioned footwear despite having a luxury of such invention. Instead you should cope with discomfort on daily basis and live like it’s still 19th century out there.
            Enjoy your larp on your own. I will wear whatever gets me through a day with maximum comfort.

          • Anonymous says:

            Yeah, why enjoy the pinnacle of European cobblery – long lasting high quality shoecomfort – when you can be a goy slave with ugly Chinese child labor plastic footwear
            >discomfort
            You are a woman.

          • Anonymous says:

            No actual argument. Comfort isn’t subjective. You aren’t wearing shoes at home because being barefoot is the ultimate desire. The shoe which comes closer to feel like you wearing nothing is the most comfortable one. If sneakers are lighter than a boot they’re objectively more comfortable. If sneakers are more compliant to the anatomy of a step they’re objectively more comfortable. If sneakers are more breathable they’re objectively more comfortable. There are no runners wearing a boot as a better alternative to a sneaker. Because it isn’t. You just can’t refute that. Sneakers are simple best footwear humans came up with yet. Wearing a boot in the city is borderline fetish territory for how much comfort you willing to sacrifice.

          • Anonymous says:

            Only a woman could reason ever so stupidly. I don’t wear clothes for comfort. I would be much more comfortable in a onesy than a high quality suit, but that negates the A E S T H E T I C S of fashion. You’re on a fashion board ffs. I subordinate my comfort to worship at the altar of beauty. I breathe through my nose, hold good posture, groom. Not for comfort, why is comfort a higher goal? It’s low, ugly, easy. A man understands this, it’s the most fundamental truth in his life. Which is why he values longevity, quality and aesthetics above comfort in footwear. Which is even a doubtful standard, because a pair of bespoke oxfords fit more comfortable than converse sneakers for me.

          • Anonymous says:

            i have no idea how this incel infested board doesnt understand this.

            put the sneakers down gays and grow up. sneakers are fashion for 14 year olds. this is a 18+ board that celebrates fashion. hecks sake

          • Anonymous says:

            Makes sense except sneakers ARE fashionable these days. Everyone wears them from celebs, presidents, CEOs, models… You’re unironically an out of touch boomer who’s unfashionable for refusing to accept this.

          • Anonymous says:

            you couldn’t come up with a way to make rubber outsoles not look gay/zesty or like im a mexican day laborer with casual shoes.
            it rains where i live.

          • Anonymous says:

            >Yeah, why enjoy the pinnacle of European cobblery – long lasting high quality shoecomfort
            i can enjoy both i’m not poor.
            also bespoke shoes suck dick enjoy waiting 2 years for a 30% chance the cobbler hecks up and they don’t fit right.
            >shoecomfort
            nothing about dress/casual shoes is comfortable. even loafers and shoes like wallabees are less comfortable than a sneaker or running shoe.

            Only a woman could reason ever so stupidly. I don’t wear clothes for comfort. I would be much more comfortable in a onesy than a high quality suit, but that negates the A E S T H E T I C S of fashion. You’re on a fashion board ffs. I subordinate my comfort to worship at the altar of beauty. I breathe through my nose, hold good posture, groom. Not for comfort, why is comfort a higher goal? It’s low, ugly, easy. A man understands this, it’s the most fundamental truth in his life. Which is why he values longevity, quality and aesthetics above comfort in footwear. Which is even a doubtful standard, because a pair of bespoke oxfords fit more comfortable than converse sneakers for me.

            >Only a woman could reason ever so stupidly. I don’t wear clothes for comfort.
            i don’t relax around Black folk and i can’t sprint in wingtip oxfords.

          • Anonymous says:

            Based. Recommend me a pair of shoes. I purchased whites for winter but I don’t have anything to wear in the summer.

          • Anonymous says:

            Sneakers at the supermarket is people of walmart tier shit. If that’s what you want to be, then fine. If you want to look like any other slob out there, again fine.

            Is the point of fashion to look like any other slob, anon? Stop being a loser and wear some proper shoes.

          • Anonymous says:

            >Sneakers at the supermarket is people of walmart tier shit
            people 10-50-100 times more successful than you wear sneakers so it’s not an argument, stupid autist

          • Anonymous says:

            Yeah, to play sports. People who carry themselves with success don’t wear slobwear out in public. Sorry you’re a slob, can’t relate.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Honestly bottoms look absolutely fine to me. It’s oversized polo which hecks everything up. Tucking that shit in + belt would improve overall fit drastically.

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