We like Geox’s City Sport shoes for their blend of dress and athletic styling, especially with the sleek tonal stitching; it also features microholes in the sole for breathability.
At $570 these Lanvin Tennis Shoes are pretty uncoppable, but we’re sure the 19th century French brand has legions of fans who will splurge for this refresh of a classic style.
Perhaps the lightest basketball shoes ever, Nike’s Zoom Kobe IVs are debuting on Christmas day at NIKEiD; For 24 days, on each day 24 one-of-a-kind shoes will be made available.
Add inches to your leap and shave seconds of the dash with STS’ Strength Shoes; their frontal platforms plyometrically work the calves by putting 100% of your weight on them.
Improving on their wildly popular Snowclogs, Salomon’s Snowclog 3 is waterproof, warm and comfortable; it’s good both on the mountain and for everyday use. Note: size up.
adidas and Porsche are definitely a powerhouse combo worthy of note; these Bounce:S running shoes feature a suspension system that transfers energy into forward movement.
Totally clad in black, these Triple Black Nike LeBron VIs were actually inspired by Batman, one of LeBron’s favorite superheroes; “Unstoppable” is aptly stitched on the tongue.
A perfect match for the V Bomber jacket, these Double Goose Adidas pay homage to classic 80s streetwear with tufted black leather and suede panels, metal accents and a gum sole.
Converse and UNDFTD have teamed up with Poorman’s Weapon, military bomber jacket-inspired kicks with a black nylon outer; the removable Converse chevron lets you go brandless.
With a reinforced toe and tumbled full-grain leather shell that resembles organic armor plating, Polo Ralph Lauren’s Holden Boots strike just the right balance between style and utility.
eBoy’s been doing well lately, with new posters, toys and even a book; their latest collaboration finds their signature pixel art on Gola shoes, due out early 2009 in Europe and Japan.
The stacked, wavy layers give these Nike Air Max 97 Lux’s a sense of motion that many other shoes lack, but what we really like is the exposed air sole along the sides and back.
Believe it or not, the huge tongue on these Metro Attitude His are fairly tame for Jeremy Scott, who collaborated with Adidas to remix these classic 80s sneakers; they’ll drop Feb. 2009.
Max Schaaf takes these classic Vans Mt. Edition hightops and gives them a warm Syndicate welcome with premium materials, including thick leather, worker canvas and fireproof suede.
Named after an Alaskan town near Mt. McKinley, Visvim’s Serra Talkeetna boots feature speed-hooks that distribute lace tension, drysole footbeds and a breathable textile lining.
If you liked his steel-tipped markers, Krink is releasing a special pair of Nike Air Force 1s 11/29; it features his signature dripping ink stripes as well as a handmade silver marker.
With two oversized buckles, metal grommets and welting everywhere, these Osiris Bronx high tops are made to be seen; they’re comfortably padded with good ankle support.
Although these Adidas Superstar Skulls would have been perfect for Halloween, we still dig their simple black and white colorway; both the side panels and the outsole sport skulls.
It doesn’t get much more original than WWII bootmaker Red Wing’s handmade OG Boots; made with heavy duty oiled leather, these boots run big and stiff, but will soften over time.
Extremely limited to 10 pairs, these camo Nike Zoom Soldier II kicks are guaranteed authentic by Upper Deck and come with LeBron’s signature and numbering on the right shoe.
One of Australia’s youngest leading sneaker customizers, Sekure D has scored a collab with Globe; we’re really digging these Mace Hi’s, which should drop 12/1 globally.
Whether ankle deep in a marsh or crossing Alaska’s frozen wastes, hikers have high praise for L.L. Bean’s Wildcat Boots (lace or hook-and-loop), which are lightweight yet warm and waterproof.
Named after an international streetball tournament in France, these Quai 54 Air Jordans aren’t too creative, but sometimes a simple black and white colorway is all you need.
Timberland’s Urban Rugged Street II low-rise boots combine a moccassin-like toe with two-toned work boot styling; we also like the insole’s arch support and grippy outsole.
Feelin’ a bit nostalgic, Fila has dropped these Fly Boy His; they sport classy retro-Italian lines as well as a mix of smooth, patent and perfed panels; the tongue is plastered with Fila logos.
Coming January 17, these black and red Air Jordan True Flights really bring out the numerous angled suede panels; the red contrast stitching and white accents are icing on the cake.
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