A collab between C1RCA and Humantree, these Buried Alive sneakers feature an aquamarine mesh tongue, grey suede vamp and zombified BA graphics on the rear and inner lining.
While they may be lacking in the tech department, these New Balance RC 410 lightweight runners are a funky fresh take on a classic design, with a hot blue on black colorway.
Ranked #3 worldwide, tennis’ Novak Djokovic lends his name to Adidas’ CC Genius line; the tennis shoe sports lateral strips for support, a grippy sole and a ventilated mesh upper.
These Kanye West for Louis Vuitton sneakers debuted in Paris last week with monochromatic black, red and white colorways; they’ll drop in LV stores in June. Thanks, Karlo!
This Championship edition of the Air Jordan 6 Rings is basically a victory lap; it celebrates the five teams defeated in the finals by the Bulls during Michael Jordan’s career.
Dropping at Barney’s in the next few weeks, ALIFE’s Scratch Court Cups take the classic Stan Smith style tennis shoes and apply street scribbles on red, gold and silver colorways.
You’ll either love ’em or hate ’em, but these Vans Caution Eras will no doubt turn heads (and probably hail a few cabs); the black and yellow caution motif extends to the inner lining.
You won’t be skating with them any time, but these special edition Terry Kennedy Supras still look plenty hot with a grey patent leather finish, double ankle straps and extra high tops.
Get your growl on with Puma’s insanely detailed Japanese Monster Pack, styled off of kaiju films from the 50s-70s with wild textures that recall Godzilla, Mothra, Ghidora and more.
Tretorn’s Skane Mid Wood Sneakers blend old world touches with modern style; we dig the oxblood leather panels, scuff-absorbing charcoal wool, and lightweight rubber outsole.
Clearly inspired by The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, these double-tongued snowboarding boots are a collab between Nike, artist Arbito and pro snowboarder Danny Kass.
Timberland’s Tackhead boots are mostly rugged with just a whiff of refinement; waxed and washed canvas is topped with a leather toecap, while the sole is made of wood and rubber.
A premium leather upper, brown tartan lining and swept-back, oversized tongue: yup, Adidas’ classic ’78 Tobacco trainer is back and looking hot; choose from cream and black colorways.
We’ve always been fans of DC Shoes’ skate-friendly aesthetics, so we’re digging the back-to-basics simplicity of their DC Life Spring 2009 collection; sneak a peek of the lineup here.
Christian Hosoi’s latest collaboration with Vans is straight-up sexy: these Vans Sk8-Hi Vert Pros feature heavily perfed leather panels and two red, black and white colorways.
Ditching roman numerals for years, the Air Jordan 2009s will use articulated propulsion technology, which allows explosive forward movement and improves responsiveness.
With a heritage that stretches back to 1983, Adidas Forum celebrated its 25th anniversary with a Foot Locker re-release that adds a heel cup and high strap for ankle protection.
Introverts need not apply: this Raf Simons Astranaut Boot will likely blind passersby with its silver metallic finish; it’s also fitted with an external zip pouch on the back of the heel.
With the vast amount of collabs, GourmetKickz is an opportunity for Nike fans to make their own customs; it’s similar to NIKEiD, albeit with indie artists and focused on Air Force 1 Lows.
If you’re an Adi fan, get a jump on the Adidas Originals Spring and Summer ’09 lineup; there’s a good mix of vintage styles as well as Superstars, Micropacers, Forums and Vespas.
Nothing does it for us like clean design, so these Adidas BW Army Mids are a must-buy; casual yet upscale with white leather and a high tongue, these’ll make your denims pop.
Diesel’s Parabarny sneakers sport a red, white and gunmetal colorway that recalls classic 80s retro cues; they’re ideal everyday shoes with a cushioned footbed and plush collars.
Eschewing the complexity of its more contemporary kicks, Saucony (teamed up with A.R.C.) has dropped three simple, retro and low-key colorways for its classic Shadow 6000s.
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.
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