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Gucci Men's Leather Casual Shoes

Gucci isn't only a leader in dress shoes and formal wear; it also carries its fashion forward designs in casual footwear as well. Gucci men's shoes like casual runners and other styles made of leather are perfect for everyday wear. From leather loafers and moccasins to runners and high tops, you can shop around the brand's many casual shoe designs to suit your flavour of the month.

Casual Sneakers

Gucci casual sneakers are made in a great variety of designs, including low-tops, Ace sneakers, high-tops and more. Wrap up that preppy style with a Falacer sneaker with web accents. It comes in black or white and features a rubber sole construction with red metallic details on the back of one shoe and blue metallic leather detail on the other. For a sporty and active look, slip on the Ace sneakers with flame leather details that make you look like you're blazing your own stylish trail. These sneakers have red, blue and metallic pink web leather details on both shoes.

Leather Loafers

In terms of design, moccasins dominate the line of Gucci leather loafers. For instance, the Hebron New Oak loafers are the epitome of the moccasin style, with bold, thick stitching along the vamp. Rubber studs at the heel aid in providing ample grip while driving. Some loafers feature supple, black leather to go with formal wear and chino trousers sans socks. They have the iconic Gucci 'G' badges and rings on the front, along with a red and green ribbon that runs along the width of the tongue.

Patches

Gucci also sells patches to be used with their casual shoes. These are excellent for those who want to customise their footwear and give them a touch of personality to make it truly theirs. The Ace eyepatch gives off a really metal vibe, with the turquoise iris, silver lids, and spiky lashes. You can also keep it casual by stitching on the pineapple patch that depicts the tropical fruit in colourful glittery embezzlements.

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