The buck stops here: We've brought back this icon of warm-weather dress in a handcrafted, handsome-as-ever version from the legendary Alden Shoe Company (established in 1884, it's now in its fourth generation of shoemaking). Originally made of deer or goatskin (hence the name), the buck was introduced as a sports shoe but quickly became a staple of American summer style for its clean-cut look and sneaker-like comfort. Today's suede shoes feel more laid-back: We like when they're scuffed up a bit and worn without socks. Don't be fooled by the low-key feel: These are definitely built to last.
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