An ultra minimalist variant of the timeless tennis shoe. The Stan Smith Nuude forgoes the three stripe perforations and the color accents on the heel and tongue for a clean, stark white look. It comes in women’s sizes, so guys should go 1.5 sizes up.
The three stripes and the three sides are about to own summer with this dope collection. The line features ’90s sportswear and accessories such as a towel jacket, a reflective crewneck and a polo shirt straight from your uncle’s hamper. Drops 5/21/16.
Adidas continues to refresh its classic models with knit uppers. But it’s hard to fault them with results like this. The Very Spezial’s extremely light and breathable one-piece upper comes in blue, gray and black.
We are so ready to go get it with Adidas Golf’s too cool Ultimate Shorts. The great range of motion from the stretch waistband and wicking, water resistant fabric makes it easy to excel in any activity, including sitting on the couch with a beverage and watching the Masters.
The All Star Game variant of the Superstar Primeknit has a glow-in-the-dark coating on its rubber shell toe, tongue and the otherwise black knit upper, making for sneakers that are light in more ways than one.
This J. Crew import is a retro variant of New Balance’s classic tennis shoe silhouette. It has an all white leather upper, perforated New Balance logo and fleece lining. A nice alternative to Stan Smiths.
The influential silhouette from Yohiji Yamamoto’s Adidas line remains fire even with the torrent of stylish runners and trainers, but obviously its outrageous price keeps it rare. This new all-white colorway keeps it fresh. We can hear it calling to us. Eating’s overrated anyway!
Adidas and Palace Skateboards came out swinging with the dope knitted shoes last year, but this time they’re taking a simpler approach. The Pro Boost has a suede upper and Boost midsole, while the Pro has a leather or suede upper and a rubber midsole. Both drop 11/7/15.