One half of the Perf Pack – the other being an Air Force 1 – the special edition Dunk High AC pairs a gray micro-perforated upper (which makes the shoe more breathable) with a white sole.
A Foot Locker exclusive, these kicks are based on the Adidas Originals Indoor Tennis sneaks. The Mid cut and leather upper transform the perfect summer sneakers into fitting fall and winter gear.
We haven’t tried Oki-Kutsu’s trainers yet, but they do look comfortable. The Crockett has a canvas upper and inner and vulcanized rubber toe and sole. The cut around its ankle gives it a fresh look.
True to its name, Yoji Yamamoto’s shoe features a huge Torsion bar on the outsole; Adidas says this provides “incredible support and flexibility.” Leather and stingray skin accents provide style.
It seems we’ve come to a point where all anyone is releasing are alternate colorways of old shoes, but let’s not let that detract from the fact that SB Blazers do look cool in black and purple.
Paul Smith’s take on the trainer shoe hybrid has a two tone gray leather and suede upper. The logo is on the tongue of the right shoe, in case you have trouble figuring out which is which.
Chewie’s official kicks go perfectly with the Wookie jacket. Based on the Jogging Hi, these furry footwear will be your loyal companion in cold weather. Also comes in awesome packaging.
Wingtips plus sneakers? Who would have thought of this combination? Yet Converse pulled it off, and these are not merely decent, they actually look cool. We hope this counts as formal wear.
New colorways have been coming out for these kicks nearly every month, but we’re not complaining. This September it gets a Pac-Man-like makeover – red, blue and green stitches on black.
Supra’s uppers are usually suede and leather, so the shiny patent on these new Cuttler Cabernets is a fun change. The kicks feature a rich red upper, white midsole and contrasting black wax laces.
Icebug’s Navigator Trail Running Shoes are designed for all condition high speed control, with a low midsole, quick drying upper and upgraded sole grip like a soccer cleat from 6 carbide tip studs.
Marty McFly’s shoes are supposed to be 5 years away from being real, but if Blake Bevin gets her way we’ll all be rockin Power Laces soon. Help her out by donating to her project.
What happens when you take a pair of Nike Air Maxes, and combine them with a Wii Balance Board? This. Artist Nick Marsh managed to figure out a way to embed the sensors into his shoes.
The Unpressed Collection from Unstitched Utilities features eco-friendly Tyvek material, making these mid and low cut shoes shoes super lightweight, strong, casual, and comfortable.
Chrome’s Midway is a durable cycling shoe made from 1,000 denier weatherproof cordura nylon with suede accents. The thoughtful tongue garage for laces prevents interference with bike gear systems.
Exclusive to luxury retailer Jeffrey, these shoes have a shiny leather upper and white outer sole, and come in three colorways. Available at Jeffrey’s New York and Atlanta boutiques for $110.
Nike’s latest Royal Mid VT features a molded leather toe and tongue covered with a cool dark grey wool upper with an embossed Swoosh. The bright yellow-green “volt” laces – not so stealthy.
The limited edition Madden 11 Air Trainer 1.2 is wrapped in brown pebbled leather, has a football play inscribed at the back, and has Drew Brees’ pre-game chant sublimated on the sock liner.
The PRO-Keds Royal CVO – based on the Royal, one of the most popular basketball shoes in the NBA in the 70s – gets re-introduced with a fresh look, thanks to perforated leather uppers.
All eyes will be on you as soon as you step into the court with this space age take on the Air Force One. The sculpted foamposite upper and ice blue sole contrast nicely with the black midsole.
Looking like they came out of the 1980s, these sneakers are both stylish and practical. Made of suede, nylon mesh, and a specially designed sole that cushions and has good grip.
“Just stick some blue lights in it, and we’ll call it TRON merchandise.” While adidas’ illuminated TRON: Legacy shoes don’t exactly look like something from the movie, they still look cool.
Go straight from the street to the beach with these summer kicks from Opening Ceremony and Timberland. Made with have breathable mesh, quick-dry neoprene and waterproof nubuck suede.
A pair of specially made “interactive robotic elevator shoes” – more like metal platforms with strings – that can be controlled using an iPhone app. Inspector Gadget would be proud.
Converse’ best-seller gets a fresh, chunky remix with the All Star Cup collection. Low, high and super high cup sole Chucks with premium leather and suede uppers in solid colors.
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