We’ve barely even seen the Tubular X, but Adidas is already releasing variants of its new shoe. This one sees the sneaker decked in a snakeskin pattern Primeknit upper with a white and black outsole.
The people’s shoe receives tech from parent company Nike. With a Lunarlon sockliner, a foam-padded collar and a perforated micro suede liner, the Chucks II should be significantly more comfortable than the original. Drops 7/28.
Filling Pieces’ casual sneakers have a long tongue and come in a variety of fabric and leather uppers – woven, aniline, nubuck, full grain – different heel trims and colorways to suit just about every style.
A fresh take on leather slip-ons. Hudson’s Ipanema shoes have a hand-woven leather upper, and its lining and sole are also made of leather. It also has heel loops. Available in tan or black.
Viberg’s new take on its service boot exclusively for 3sixteen. The Mini Ripple has a natural or black roughout upper, a stacked leather midsole, a heel pull-up loop and a Vibram mini ripple sole.
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.”