Developed by a sneaker store owner, Scuffed Up is an affordable shoe cleaner that has been pre-treated with a cleaning solution. All you need is a bit of water and the Scuffed Up to clean your shoes. It has a rough side for heavy dirt and a soft side for mild dirt.
At its Spring Summer 2019 show, Japanese fashion brand Sacai showed off two Nike unisex sneakers, each with two tongues, two laces and two Swoosh logos. One is a mashup of the Waffle Daybreak and the LDV, while the other combines the Dunk High with the Blazer.
Inov-8’s G-Series running shoes have rubber outsoles that are infused with graphene, resulting in an unparalleled combination of grip and durability. These shoes are rated for over 1,000mi of use. There’s one for soft and wet ground, one for trails, and one for indoor use.
(PG-13: Language) Influential DJ, streetball legend and sneaker scholar Bobbito Garcia talks about his life and legacy in his upcoming documentary. Featuring interviews with Questlove, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and so many more. Support the production on Kickstarter.
Converse’s new collaboration with punk fashion label Midnight Studios turned the Chuck Taylor and the One Star shoes inside out. Both shoes are made of natural, unbleached canvas. They have visible markings and duty tags, inside out patches, and branded laces.
Most outdoor shoes are designed to keep water away. But if you love strolling through beaches, ponds and rivers, check out Tropic. They’re sneakers made of a specially-designed mesh that dries quickly. They also repel odor and are washable. Available in four colors.
Stomp around the house like you’re on a lunar mission with these whimsical slippers, inspired by NASA astronauts’ moon boots. They’ll keep your feet comfy and toasty as you lumber around your living room in slow-motion. Available only in adult sizes, so take that, kids!
Coiski Media visited the Golden State Warriors’ basketball facility to check out some of their players’ shoes. They spoke with Director of Team Operations Eric Housen about storing thousands of shoes, transporting gear for away games, and the players’ shoe wearing habits.
Engineered Garments added an eye-catching and convenient twist to Dr. Martens’ classic 1461, replacing the shoe’s laces with a leather Velcro strap over the eyelets. It’s available in four military-inspired leather colors as well as a milkshake suede variant.
The latest collaboration from tech wear king Acronym and Nike. The Air VaporMax Moc 2 sees the laces replaced by a wide elastic strap and the whole upper printed with an aggressive camo pattern based on Acronym’s logo. And yes, they’re already sold out.