Kevin Durant’s newest signature shoes are the first basketball shoes to have a Flyweave woven textile upper, as well as a full-length Zoom Air unit. We’re starting to fear for KD’s ankles. Drops 6/27 for $180; but it’s out for NikeID now.
Kanye West’s second signature shoe with Adidas is a low-cut slip-on trainer featuring the Boost midsole cushion found in Adidas’ latest running shoes, and a Primeknit one-piece upper with a rad pattern.
The latest version of Nike’s bestselling basketball shoe was inspired by the BTTF Nike Mag. It has a one-piece textile upper, Flywire cables for support, a flexible collar foam and an internal bootie made of mesh and foam. Drops 7/1.
Cole Haan turned the penny loafer into a summer shoe by replacing the leather upper with canvas for a more lightweight, breathable and casual shoe. The Pinch Weekender also has a cushioned footbed and a sneaker-like outsole.
The street soccer shoe turns full casual, dropping the three stripes and leather in favor of a cleaner canvas upper. Comes in gray, black, red, blue and green. Please don’t let the white ones be an expensive “special edition.”
Vans teamed up with Disney for one of its Fall 2015 releases. The collection consists of shirts, backpacks, shoes, socks and hats featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Winnie the Pooh. Drops 6/15.
A shoe designed for children in need. Both of the shoe’s small and large versions can be further adjusted by four sizes, allowing it to grow with the child. It’s a shame the outsole isn’t as easy to replace. Bulk discounts available.
Prepare for the rise of the casuals. Released in the ’70s, the Islands Series went on to have 20 styles. Adidas will re-release the original three styles this Spring. The red Samoa drops 4/18, the brown Hawaii on 5/2 and the blue Tahiti on 5/16.