21. Rainbow sandals (hemp)
The fish are a good addition. Warning: The hemp can smell awful. Soak them in warm water with soap and rub with a hard-core brush.
22. Nike Air Astro Grabber 3/4
Turf. Dogs. On the lacrosse field and off… the only way to go. Mind you, the "astro grabber" is just the name of the bottom surface of the shoe. Pinnies and biddies, brah.
23. Nike Air Jordan 1 "OG"
Talk about the start of something good. The capital and pure exposure Jordan gave to Nike is awe-inspiring. The Jordan platform really instigated the whole concept of being excited for sneakers to come out. Now Jordan kills the gambling floor...
24. Gucci Loafer
They last forever. They are the classiest loafer to wear and can be paired with suits and jeans. I got a pair in eighth grade and I still am rocking the same ones. They're for the grown up, Bros, please don't wear these on a college campus.
25. Tods Driving Mocs
Tods has set the standard for driving moccasins. Some Ferraris even come with a custom edition of the shoes. If that doesn't get your broad nekked, I'm not sure what will. The nubs on the bottom wear off after a while, but if you're shelling out $595 for a pair, part of the fun is being able to buy another.
26. New Balance 574
Training wheels for the New Balance 991. Color schemes are pretty awesome and they're relatively cheap (no more than $60). Good Air Max 90 back ups...
27. Clarks Wallabees
Definitely the third-string frat shoes of UVA. So comfortable with the weird bottom. They get dirty, but that's all part of it. Clarks makes a shoe that lasts, and this is a good weekend one.
28. Converse Chuck Taylor All Star
Before these were tucked into super tight jeans, they were created in 1917 as the original basketball shoe. They were huge in L.A. during the gang days and now Wiz Khalifa has the Taylor Gang.
Obviously you won't wear them now. But back in the day these were so hot. Suddenly everyone was an "extreme" sports person. Grinding three-inch-high curbs, totally balling out of control. JNCO jeans (awful), too, with these completed the look.
30. Saucony Jazz
Never mind that some new models of this shoe are called "Vegans" (not sure what those people even eat anyway), but go back to the original versions of these. Classic, clean lines. This picture is of the Jazz 3000, a good color scheme.