I have a set of puma speeders that I use pretty much just for driving. Heel is rolled but the sole and the heel have little rubber knubs, fantastic feel on the carpet, does not slide around at all. Love them
No, not a huge fan of their styles and I think they're generally overpriced for what they offer. That said, because there aren't many comparables, I've had many pairs in various colors of the "weekender" loafer. The leather topped ones tend to do alright, but they all generally kind of suck and start falling apart within a year.I'm a Cole Haan whore (10 pairs). Have you tried any of their other styles besides loafers?
i use something like this: https://slapadventures.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/puma-drift-cat-grey.jpg
Seconded. I have a few different pairs of Allbirds and doubt I'll go back to something else, the comfort & weight level is just off the charts. Never really thought about them as good for driving, but yeah why not.Seriously.. try the Allbirds for track days(not race days). They have been awesome.
Good to hear. I'm using these as daily shoes around the office....covid lax attire is great. So I'm definitely anticipating a little more wear and a shorter life span, but 10 years is a good sign!I've had these Speedways for ever (over a decade IIRC). I generally don't wear them out of the car, so the lack of wear can be explained.
Yup. I only do trackdays in my most beat up, broken in skate shoes. Adidas Busenitz is my choice.I've always liked driving in skateboarding shoes. They're light, flat, thin, and okay I admit it, they're the shoes I wear anyway. Lately I've been really into everything by Nike SB, particularly the low-top styles like these:
Relevant to discussion, apparently loafers are the ones to have, see 15:29:Can’t go wrong with ... Sperry Topsiders....