I like the slip on shoe if only for the ease of putting it on. I will give you a small write up on the slip on shoe you may find interesting. Slip ons are low, lace-less shoes. The style most commonly seen is known as a loafer in some cultures. The slip on shoe first appeared in the mid-1930s from Norway, they began as casual shoes, but have increased in popularity to point of being worn in Britain with all kinds of attire, though these still do not replace lace-up shoes in more conservative locations.
They are worn in many situations in a wide variety of colours and designs, often featuring tassels on the front, or metal decorations. A less casual, earlier type of slip-on is made with side gussets commonly known as the dress loafer. Made in the same shape as lace-up Oxfords, only lacking the laces, elasticated inserts on the side allow the shoe to be easily removed, but remain snug when worn. This cut is unusual and has its greatest popularity in and around Britain. Like i said these are an easy shoe to wear very comfortable and now days becoming more dress like.
These shoes certainly get the thumbs up from me 10 out of 10. I would say that this shoe could be put into the driving shoe category as below
The leather driving shoe is a casual slip on shoe usually having been made with a flexible rubber sole. I like this kind of mens leather shoe in particular because i find that they are easy to put on and when you are driving in them it feels very much like you are wearing your slippers. I am used to doing a lot of driving and usually when i get to my destination i have got a meeting of some description and i am needing to look my best and to be honest with these smart driving shoes not only do you get the comfort of driving in them but they also look smart. In times gone by people like myself would take two pairs of shoes on a substantial journey to a meeting and you would have the hassle of changing your shoes when you got there and when you had finished you had to change them back. So to be perfectly honest with you, Driving shoes get the thumbs up from me.