And just like that, the warm weather has finally arrived. So you’ve got some new T-shirts. You’ve got some new shorts. Maybe you’ve invested in some new sneakers and sunglasses. Now, it’s time to really elevate your summer outfit with the best slip on sandals in 2024. The perfect footwear option for heading beachside or chilling poolside, every guy should have a pair or two in their daily rotation.

But with so many different designs, silhouettes, and styles to choose from, how do you find the perfect slip on sandals that work for you? If that’s a question that you’ve got in mind, you’re in luck, as in this comprehensive guide from OPUMO, we’ll be rounding up our favourite ones of all-time. From independent labels to international fashion houses, you’ll definitely find a pair that complements your aesthetic – as well as your budget – right here. So, let’s get to it!

The best slip on sandals in 2024

The Resort Co

To kick things off, we have to talk about the Slip-In Espadrilles by The Resort Co. While most espadrilles are made from cheaper materials like canvas or even mesh, the Swedish label’s version is as luxe as it gets. Featuring a supple navy suede construction, it rests on top of a traditional jute sole that’s been reinforced with rubber for additional durability and support. What’s there not to love?


The Closed Leather Sandals were built to stand the test of time. Lovingly crafted in Italy from some of the most premium materials out there, the upper is made from soft suede and the entire inside is lined with some of the highest quality leather that you’ll ever experience. Finding slip on sandals that fit perfectly can be difficult, so if you’re thinking of buying these, make sure you go for your usual size.


Myrqvist really went all-out with the Solvik. Based on the classic open-toed sandal, the Scandinavian imprint has elevated it in every single way, shape, and form. Handcrafted in Portugal, the straps are decked out in luxurious leather and the sole is infused with plush cork. It’s worth noting that these are only available on pre-order, so if you want a pair then make sure you order as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.


Kleman is quickly becoming one of the most popular footwear brands out there, and it’s pretty easy to see why. Famous for its chunky derby shoes, the French imprint has mirrored this aesthetic to the Hublot VGT. Constructed from vegetable-tanned leather in an Italian tannery, the shoes are also finished with a special technique that gives each pair a unique patina. That means that no two pairs will end up looking exactly the same, which is always nice to know.


Milan’s Velasca is an absolute master when it comes to creating some of the greatest slip on sandals that money can buy, and the Legriòs is one of the best in the business. Released as part of its Spring/Summer 2024 collection, these are fitted with a greased calf leather build and a metallic buckle. They also rest on top of a thick midsole that’s infused with Vibram technology for unbelievable comfort with every step.


We just can’t write a guide about must-own slip on sandals without giving the Aurélien Beachside Sandal a special shoutout. Infused with elements from a pair of traditional espadrilles, the leather upper has been specifically designed to mould to your feet, and the midsole is infused with durable rubber and detailed with traditional braided jute trims. It’s also extremely well-priced considering what you get.

Officine Creative

According to the luxury French label, the Agora has been designed for “refined comfort.” In typical Officine Creative fashion, these are handcrafted in Italy from smooth suede, and they’re finished with clean-lined, loop-fastening straps, moulded footbeds, and extra light serrated rubber soles for traction. They come in a bunch of different colourways, but the beige pair is probably the one to watch.

Common Projects

Common Projects is probably more well-known for its minimalist trainers and its fancy Chelsea boots, but that doesn’t mean you should overlook its sandal game. Take a look at the Logo Debossed Clogs, for example. Made in Italy from army green suede, this silhouette is bolstered with supportive moulded footbeds and they feature a debossed version of the brand’s signature serial numbers along the sides.

Brunello Cucinelli

And last but certainly not least, the Suede Sandals from Brunello Cucinelli. Slip on sandals aren’t usually the Italian designer’s thing, but you can see why so many sizes are selling out already.
Brunello Cucinelli ensures top-notch quality by having workers wear-test each design. These sandals feature soft suede buckled straps and molded footbeds for comfort. The rubber soles provide durability, while contrasting midsoles create a stylish stacked effect. Perfect for combining elegance with everyday wearability.

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