Complete The Look
Published on 08.05.2020
A knit cap made to keep you warm in every season. It was — and still is — a staple for people who work outside, like fishermen and sailors.
Every khaki needs one. Belts are here to keep your pants from sagging.
Whether it’s a plaque (one uninterrupted rectangle) a single-prong (the one you’re used to), a roller, or totally reversible, your belt buckle is what keeps your belt closed — and a great chance to make a style play.
The loop on your belt that keeps it in place.
This particular kind of belt is made from braided rope, leather or suede. Because you can slip the prong through any opening in its braiding, braided belts are the perfect choice if you’re about to eat a big meal, or if your weight tends to fluctuate.
A bit of fabric meant to be tied into a bow, the bowtie is the tie’s more formal cousin. Thankfully, it often comes pre-tied to minimize fumbling.
A square of fabric that you fold to peek out of a blazer’s chest pocket, the pocket square serves a very similar function to a tie: adding a bit of color and texture to your sportcoat.
Short for “necktie,” a tie is a neat strip of fabric worn around the collar of a shirt that’s knotted in the front and hangs loose at the bottom. It’s great for adding a color or texture to a more formal get-up.
All Motion Comfort™
This Dockers®-exclusive technology melds soft cushioning with extra support.
A nautical classic, the boat shoe was designed for no-slip wear on deck. Now it’s an instantly recognizable slip-on style with a unique shape and laces all around.
A combination of perforation and pinking — a.k.a., artfully placed holes and zig-zag edges — you’ll find brogue detailing on all sorts of formal shoes.
An extra bit of leather on the toe that goes straight across.
Comfort Zone Technology
Combining a cushioned sponge EVA heel, a Latex footbed, and a Fusion Footbed, this Dockers® exclusive boasts an extra layer of dual-density cushioning. These features can be found in both men’s dress shoes and casual footwear.
This is a special kind of sole construction, most commonly found in sneakers, that protects your foot via a sole that “cups” it.
A menswear classic that’s versatile enough for weekdays or weekends, this style is usually made with black or tan leather and has a visible lace-up panel (unlike its slightly more formal cousin, the Oxford).
Similar to rubber, but more sustainable and recyclable, EVA is a common material found in soles that provides cushioning and stays flexible under most conditions.
The holes in the shoe where the laces are threaded through.
Dockers® Flyweight shoes include lightweight flexible construction with a Fusion Footbed and Memory Foam for maximum comfort. These shoes are perfect for the man on-the-go.
This Dockers®-exclusive footbed adds an extra layer of cushioning for an ultra comfortable experience.
Where the bottom of the foot meets the top of the inner shoe, it’s where the comfortable-making magic happens.
A popular slip-on shoe that’s great for business casual, loafers perfectly toe the line between a sharp look and a feeling of leisure.
A formal shoe whose laces or elastic closures are covered by a wide strip of leather that buckles at the side. They look equally sharp with men’s dress pants or casuals.
An exclusive coating that makes shoes ultra-water and stain resistant, NeverWet is perfect for looking good without worrying about spilled wine, spilled coffee or rain.
The part of the shoe that’s between the lace closure — so-named because it often sticks out like a tongue.
Where the bottom of the shoe meets the ground, outsoles are all about traction.
A formalwear staple, this sleek shoe is usually made in black or brown leather without visible eyelets and tied so that the laces are minimal. No collection of men’s dress shoes is complete without a pair of these.
Simply put, the upper part of the shoe that’s not the sole.
Wingtip shoes features a toe cap that looks sort of like a “W,” and usually also have brogue detailing to boot.