I personally wear Era's. Sometimes chukka lows but Era's are so awesome and there are so many styles. Google "vans era 59" and look at all the dope ass colorways.
Last pair I picked up (the grey ones)
Whenever I take them off people comment on the inner liner.
These are quite possibly the complete opposite of a climbing shoe.. no edge, no compact toe, no support. Dope hiking shoe, dont get me wrong, but if you are looking to do technical rock climbs, I would not advise the vibrams. (I owned a pair for running)
However as far as shoes go?
These in gray
Crocs in the summer around the lake (dont hate, they are comfy and rugged and i dont give a shit about the look)
A ratty old pair of Nike 6.0's, Denim Limited Edish vans authentics(?), and Limited Edition Vans OTW Alomars. The Alomars are for sale if anyone is interested, worn lightly, size 11, 9.5/10 condition, pm me bitchezzz.
I want a pair of Janoski's, but I see so many skiers with them, just don't want to hop on the bandwagon.
My other ride is your mom.
"Freedom leads to creativity." -weird guy at the beginning of hurricane season
i climb on a rock wall quite a bit and they're very good for that. initially i bought them for lifeguarding, they were alright but gave me problems with my arches. i use them for hiking and kayaking. except i hate it when your toe gets caught on a branch or twigs.