Converse turned Woolrich’s classic blanket fabric and patterns into uppers for these awesome Chuck Taylor All Star high top, low top, street hiker and high rise shoes. The high and low Chucks are customizable.
Ensconced in pebbled leather and rich suede with metallic flash like a shiny espresso machine, the legendary Brooks Chariot is now a sweet everyday kick, inspired by the aromas and ambience of your favorite local coffee houses (and with a cool sock liner to match).
Converse joins the sneakerboot game with these winter-ready Chucks. The Tekoa has a molded heel for grip, a rubber overlay on the upper for waterproofing and a high collar and padded tongue for warmth. Available in brown/black and all black.
The Nike Free Trainer 1.0 provides a barefoot feeling without the discomfort, thanks to the thin and flexible rubber outsole, EVA sockliner and Flywire cables. The extra high midsole will protect your feet from scuffs.
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.
NIke’s Huaraches usually have flimsy uppers to keep them light and form fitting. Not the new Huarache Utility, which has a thick nylon upper and a fused mudguard while retaining the sock-like fit. The Premium version has a glow-in-the-dark mudguard.
This proof-of-concept running shoe has a 3D printed midsole. Adidas envisions that someday you can go into a shoe store, use a scanner and walk out with shoes that are customized to your feet. In concept form though, its outsole looks like it’s customized to last five minutes.