First released in 1986 with a mesh upper, the laceless running shoe returns, now with the latest in Nike’s high tech materials. It has a knit upper and lightweight foam outsole, along with thicker straps. Drops 4/27/17 for $130.
Leather and suede shoes for motoring, offering optimal pedal feel for accelerating, braking, and clutch operation. They have non-slip vulcanized rubber soles, smooth rolled heels, and officially-licensed designs inspired by famous car liveries.
Mike Judge’s heavy metal doofuses grace Doc Marten’s signature Pascal 8-eye boot. One pair has a white and black colorway, while the other one is in blue and black. A leather backpack and a t-shirt round out the collection.
Penny loafer skate shoes? Surprisingly, Adidas’ new slip-on looks crazy good. The Acapulco has a full-grain leather upper adorned with the brand’s trefoil logo and paired with what appears to be the classic rubber outsole. Drops 3/1/17 for $80.
Acronym follows up its dope Air Prestos with an extra high cut Air Force 1 Downtown. The DAF1 adds a shin-length soft shell collar that’s secured by a cam buckle strap. A full-length zipper makes the shoes easy to put on and take off. Keep the F5 bouncing for the drop.
A water-resistant variant of Nike’s resurgent slip-on sneaker. Aside from its mid cut, a silicon print over the Sock Dart’s knit upper adds water resistance while retaining the shoe’s flexibility. It also has a new outsole for improved traction. Drops 1/26/17.
Adidas relaunches its Equipment line, keeping its signature webbed three stripe lacing system and durable construction but adding more flair. The collection is headlined by the EQT Support 93/17, a reimagining of the EQT Support 93. Drops 1/26/17.
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