Classic basketball shoes look nice, but let’s face it, they’re clunky and heavy. Nike solves that problem by updating the Air Force 1 with a fully knit one-piece upper and a foam-injected midsole. The result is a shoe that’s 50% lighter than the original.
If you missed out on the Concepts eggplant timbos, keep an eye out for this similar release from another frequent Timberland collaborator. Villa says the shoe was inspired by rare purple diamonds, but let’s just call a cool shoe a cool shoe. Drops 1/28/16 for $200.
Enhance your game with the re-engineered BOOST shoe from Adidas Golf; you’ll get superior stability and midfoot support from the 360WRAP that surrounds the foot, independent flexibility between forefoot and heel, great grip, and full-length cushioning for max comfort.
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).
An extremely limited edition of the Superstar with a seamless upper CNC milled from a single piece of leather. Like the Futurecraft 3D, the Futurecraft Leather represents Adidas’ goal to create custom-fit shoes. The design also drastically reduces the use of adhesive.
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.
Designed to handle the most rugged, muddy, and rocky trails, the Traverse hiking boots represent yet another extraordinary value from Ascend. With shock absorbing cushioning and waterproof linings, they’re sure to keep your feet dry and comfy, even on the longest hikes.