1950s men’s shoes include black and white saddle shoes, two toned wingtip oxfords, chukka boots, Winkelpickers, penny loafers, creepers, Nubuck oxfords, and Elvis’s blue suede shoes. 1950s men’s boots included Chelsea boots, engineer boots / greaser boots, cowboy boots, and classic lace up boots. Casual shoes, sports sneakers (Converse), and dress shoes were all part of every ’50s man’s fashion.
The Rockabilly fashion trend has revived some men’s 1950s shoe styles such as thick sole creepers, motorcycle boots, western boots, pull on suede chukka boots, and casual black and white loafers.
These new vintage style men’s 50s shoes are great choices for your 1950s inspired wardrobe. We have a list of shoes ideal for swing dancing as well.
Learn about men’s 1950s shoes history before you shop.
1950 Men’s Shoes