We can’t help but crave a cup of hot cocoa with marshmallows when checking at this tasty Light Chocolate colorway of Nike’s classic Dunk High sneaker. Equally, at home on the court or the street, this comfy basketball shoe looks delicious done up in shades of brown and beige. Drops 2.23.22.
This playful pair of Nike Air Max 90 golf sneakers is designed to look like a picnic on your feet. It features a red and white checked tablecloth pattern, with basketweave patterned inserts and a packet of mustard for its tongue. We suggest gluing some plastic ants onto the shoelaces. Drops in early 2022 for $150.
G/FORE makes golf shoes that don’t look like golf shoes. We really dig these ones done up with an onyx camouflage pattern on its knit upper. They’re water-repellent and have a padded interior with an anti-microbial mesh lining. A custom cleat design ensures optimal traction.
Nike teamed up with Miami sneaker shop SoleFly to create a pair of Air Jordan 1 Low sneakers decked out in animal prints inspired by the Florida Everglades. We would have expected more alligator than tiger but we still dig the multi-textured look of these red and black suede-accented shoes. Drops 12.27.2021.
Based in Spokane, Washington, Nick’s Handmade Boots has been crafting custom leather boots since 1964. Watch as their highly-skilled shoemakers create each boot, painstakingly cutting, forming, and stitching leather. These Woodsman boots offer the ultimate in traction thanks to spikes made from tool steel.
These clipless, flat-pedal bike sneakers combine skid-resistant Panaracer rubber and Chrome’s urban cycling gear knowhow. The low-profile Kursk Pro is built for durability, weather resistance, and night visibility. Flexplate technology boosts pedal power when on the bike and walking comfort when off.
Deckers X Lab’s most comfy shoes just got as cozy as slippers. X-Scape SPSK Mid is a hybrid sneaker and shearling boot thanks to its suede exterior, pliable padding, and sheepskin lining. A Meta-Rocker sole and lightweight midsole make feet feel like they’re walking on air. A HERproject collab supporting women factory workers.
These unique Air Jordan 3 sneakers have a design inspired by textiles found in vintage surplus stores. They’re covered with a mix of camo patterns, waxed canvas, twill, wool, and herringbone. Hook-and-loop heel tabs let you swap out Nike Air, Jumpman, or your own custom logo patches. Available 11.29.2021 at 10am Eastern.
Let your kicks kickstart the Thanksgiving table talk. Pick a side: which tasty Saucony Ride 14 running shoes do you prefer? The bright Green Bean Casserole or orange Sweet Potato Both feature a casserole pattern on the sock liner and interior plus the punny left/right message “THAT’S HOW I CASSEROLE.”
We wear Merrell sneakers for their comfort and durability. This new collection adds a splash of color to their normally earth-toned shoes. Each comes in shades of blue from the night sky, dotted with reflective stars – some with a glow-in-the-dark rubber outsole. Available in men’s, women’s, and big kid’s sizes.
Nike celebrates a Japanese anime classic with a special Gundam edition of its SB Dunk High basketball sneaker. The white, red, and black color scheme is based on the RX-0 Unicorn Gundam, accented by a stylized yellow swoosh that can be detached for an alternative look.
Puma presents a wild new take on their classic Slipstream basketball shoe. This mid-boot sneaker is decked out in varied animal prints and textures for a bold and beastly look. Highlights include a furry leopard collar, hairy suede on the toe and heel, a synthetic white snakeskin quarter panel, and grape leather sides.
To celebrate the impending release of No Time to Die, adidas created a collection of its Ultraboost 20 high-performance running shoes inspired by Agent 007 and his enemies in the film. Choose from a black and iron metallic, all black, grey and white, and two-tone white colorways. We love the forged carbon look on these.
Meet the Westerner, the first release in Heritage Boot Co’s New Frontier Artist series. The meticulously handcrafted boot with crossed-arrow inlays and stitching is a killer collaboration by the Austin boot-making institution, Krissy Teegerstrom of Featherweight Studio, and actor/punk icon John Doe of X fame.
K-Swiss teamed up with artist Chase Jarvis to create this sweet black-on-black sneaker that incorporates a lenticular leather camouflage design. It has a Nubuck leather heel, a side zipper for speed, and a colorful blue tongue embroidered with creativity-inspiring thoughts. Available in men’s and women’s sizes.
Nike’s GO FlyEase let you put on your shoes and take them off without using your hands. They feature a cleverly engineered hinged body that flips open when you push down on its heel and pops closed when you press your foot down. Nike plans on putting them into production soon.
MoEa’s sustainable sneakers are made from recycled fruits and plants, making them friendlier to the environment. The bio-based materials are combined with cotton and recycled polyurethane or recycled plastic for stability. They come in apple, pineapple, cactus, corn, and grape, color-coded to their source material.
We absolutely love this black and red colorway for Nike’s Air Max Plus sneakers. Unlike the typical neoprene and TPU design, this style has a mesh base with a reflective black wave pattern. Keep an eye out at retailers for style code DN7997-001 for the release.
Design house Moschino came up with these sneakers that look like they’re made from bubble wrap. But the Double Bubble sneaker’s shell is made from textured plastic that isn’t actually poppable. Given their price, we might just wrap our Nikes in some bubble wrap and packing tape. Available in Men’s and Women’s sizes.
We love the easy-going look of Chrome’s Dima 2.0 sneaker. They’re perfect for everyday wear, whether you’re a bike commuter or hanging out on the beach. They have a breathable firehouse canvas upper, a power-plate nylon shank for extra pedal power, an impact-resistant PU crash pad insole, and a vulcanized rubber sole.
Nike celebrates the 20th anniversary of its Air Presto performance running shoe with a vibrant new edition. Holding true to the original vision of sneakers that mimicked the style of t-shirts, this version has a brilliant sunset gradient from tip to tail. Drops 3.12.2021 at 9am ET.
These slick modern sneakers have electroluminescent wire embedded in their soles, plus an RGB LED logo patch on the back. They can be controlled via a smartphone app, and have motion sensors that can react to your foot movements. They have a laceless design and will come in both white and black variants.
Keep your feet toasty indoors or out with these comfy slipper boots. They’re made from a cozy wool blend and have a grippy rubber sole, so you don’t wipe out when you go outside to grab a package or walk your dog. A leather pull tab makes for easy on and off action, and a reinforced nose prevents stubbed toes.
Stiff shoes got your dogs barking? Slip those toes into Skechers Bobs V’Lite 3D Fun skate-style sneakers made with a memory foam insole and pliable rubber sole. The irresistible canvas print features dogs and cats peacefully enjoying a movie together, grateful that Bobs has donated nearly $6 million to help shelter animals.
The Linksoul x True Lux Knit Sneaker is the star of the ultra-comfy Wave collection, the first collaboration between the two modern golf-wear brands. True’s signature cleat-less treads provide an awesome grip-to-weight ratio, the breathable upper is waterproof, and a reflective “Make Par Not War” heel tag reflects your game spirit.