Comment from: Kathleen [Visitor]

I'm ordering some for friends today! These are awesome and I've seen them first hand. They look great with khakis, jeans, etc. The four different styles really play to all personality types which is great for making sure you are selecting the right shoe for a particular person!

11/27/12 @ 10:29
Comment from: David [Visitor]

I've just ordered a pair also. I've tried the Vivo dress shoes (Oaks and Ras) but really dislike them. To me (and especially my wife), they look like "clown shoes". These Tune loafers on the other hand look very promising. :)

11/27/12 @ 11:21
Comment from: Steve [Visitor]  

I wish they had one that was appropriate in a law enforcement or military type of dress code...
I just ordered the Belleville Mini-mil black boots, which will fit the bill, but I hate wearing boots for dress/office work, I'd much rather dress oxfords and Vivo doesn't make anything that isn't clown shaped or cheap quality materials....

11/27/12 @ 14:45
Comment from: Philip [Visitor]

To Steve:

I also prefer an oxford. This shoe is not really appropriate with a suit.

You should check out the article on here about Altum Footwear. They are making a minimalist oxford with a flexible leather upper and 0 drop vibram sole.

Looks more promising than anything I have seen to date.

11/30/12 @ 13:05
Comment from: Nancy [Visitor]

Speaking to Steve's comment. My husband bought a pair of the black tassel loafers. Because they are loafers, he feels they are completely appropriate for business casual or with a sport coat and tie. He likes them so much, for Christmas, I'm ordering the more casual looking tan penny for him to wear with jeans. Just thought you'd be interested in another opinion. He loves these shoes!

12/03/12 @ 19:17
Comment from: Nyah [Visitor]

Still need more room for the big toe. It should flare outward, not taper inward.
"Please sir, may I have some more?".

12/16/12 @ 11:23
Comment from: Ali [Visitor]

Man, I am SO glad that I found this website! I'm a die hard minimalist since 2010-2011 and have been hard pressed to find a decent minimalist office/work shoe since Merrell discontinued their Tough Gloves. After reading this review, I went out and bought a pair of Penny Loafers and I LOVE them! My wife even likes the way they look, which is impressive because she thought all of my barefoot shoes looked ugly.

Great job Tune Footwear! Keep up the great work!

04/16/13 @ 18:57

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