Gucci Loafers for Men
Gucci loafers for men are without question stylish footwear, ideal for either a special occasion or to complete that smart casual look. Lightweight and soft, yet hardy; you can take your pick from suede, canvas or real leather uppers, as well as a variety of colours and styles.
Style IconIntroduced by Gucci in 1953, the loafer has become an enduring classic. Based on a North American moccasin style, its design puts a premium on comfort and practicality, notwithstanding the shoe's obvious good looks. Despite cosmetic changes over the years, the Gucci loafer remains a firm favourite amongst buyers of high-quality footwear.
Select your material
Leather - Soft, supple and surprisingly hard wearing, the leather upper is a popular choice with its almond shaped toe and horse-bit detailing. The classic look combined with the sheer quality of the 100 per cent leather upper explains the continuing demand for the shoe.Canvas - Lightweight with several patterns and colours available, the Gucci canvas loafer is a great deck shoe and ideal for boating pursuits. Monogrammed details and crocodile-effect are just two of the looks available with this type of upper. Suede - A different spin on the classic loafer, the suede upper has the lightness of its leather counterpart but boasts the distinctive look and feel of suede. These uppers are also available in bold, bright colours as well as more traditional brown and grey.
Colours, patterns and detail
Horse-bit - The horse-bit detailing reflects the equestrian heritage of the brand and is a key part of the classic Gucci loafer look. You can find this detailing available on all types of uppers in the Gucci range.Colours - Although the leather uppers are mainly available in more conservative shades, the suede and canvas uppers are far more adventurous. You'll find them in reds, blues and greys, amongst others.Patterns - Canvas uppers in particular have a variety of patterns, from dark monograms to crocodile skin. So whether you're looking for a classic boating canvas shoe or a 1920s white and black spats style, you will probably find a shoe to suit you.Heels - Although the majority of the loafers currently available are fairly flat, some do have a heel, which slightly alters the look of the shoe. Which type is better is of course down to personal preference.