See those little umbrellas on the tongues of these Dunks? They mean exactly what you think they do. Nike’s comfy black leather basketballs sneakers are designed to stay dry even when it starts to pour rain. We dig the buffalo plaid flannel lining.
The Japanese shoemaker’s latest Hommage shoes are based on the resurgent Nike Air Presto. Like all Manual Industrial Products, practically the entire shoe is handmade from leather that takes on a patina as it ages. Available in raw or black.
Love to own a pair of Dr. Martens but hate how heavy their shoes are? Struggle no more. The new DM’s Lite collection features the same timeless and high quality leather and construction but with a significantly lighter rubber outsole and memory foam insole.
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.
Enjoy the final days of summer with this re-release of Nike’s extra breathable casual running shoe. The Chalapuka’s nubuck leather and nylon mesh upper has gaping holes for a sandal-like feel. Available in orange/brown and blue/brown.
Old school basketball meets cutting edge soccer tech in this upcoming variant of the OG Jordans. The Air Jordan 1 Retro Ultra High features an upper made of lightweight material and an ankle bootie borrowed from Nike’s new soccer cleats and futsal shoes. Drops 8/13/16.
The shoe that made Nike’s Air-Sole visible finally gets the Flyknit treatment, making this the lightest Air Max 1 to date. The AM1 Ultra Flyknit’s tongue and toe have perforations to provide ventilation, while the rest of the upper is tightly knit for support. Drops 7/28/16.
The XXXI was inspired by the Jordan 1 and its infamous black-and-red variant. It has a synthetic leather and woven upper with the classic Swoosh and Air Jordan wings logos, neoprene ankle support, a phylon midsole and Zoom Air cushioning. Drops 9/3/16 for $185.
First released in 2015, Epaulet will be making another 300 pairs of classic athletic silhouttes handmade in unfinished and undyed horse leather. The shoes will acquire a patina with wear, making your pair unique. Available as a running shoe, basketball shoe or tennis shoes.
Chill like a champ in this straight fire variants of Michael Jordan’s first three-peat signature shoes. Champagne has a metallic off-white upper with MJ’s fingerprints on gold accents, while Cigars is a nearly all black shoe with confetti print. Drops 6/25/16.
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