The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles each get their own Doc Martens boot. Leonardo’s shoe is the most restrained while Mikey’s shoe is the loudest with its all over pizza and Turtles print. Donatello and Raphael’s boots on the other hand have eye mask lace accessories.
Skinners are almost as thin and light as socks, but they can be used as an alternative to shoes in many cases. Their soles are coated with two layers of durable and water-resistant polymer so they’re grippy and won’t wear out easily. They’re also machine-washable.
These rugged shoes are perfect for working in the yard, or any place where dirt, mud, slush, or water is in the mix. They’re 100% waterproof, offer Neoprene insulation and a breathable lining, and slip on and off without laces. Choose from the Muckster II low or ankle boot.
California streetwear store Bait celebrates 4/20 with Happy, a marijuana-themed Stan Smith Vulc. The shoe has a hemp upper with a stoned out pattern, heel tabs and labels inspired by medical marijuana stickers and a stash for “small items.” Advanced sale raffle here.
Adidas brings back its 1972 trainers’ original colors. The Rivea – get your shoe names right Adidas! – has a soft and accommodating suede upper, velour three stripes and the classic striped gumsole. One of the year’s best revival shoes so far. Available in gray or light brown.
Any season is the right time to admire the retro cool styles of Brooks Heritage shoes, and now is the perfect time to grab a pair and go outdoors. Their new Spring 2016 styles greet us with soft suede details, reflective hits for visibility, bright colors and fun sock liners.
Nike expands its Free lineup with three new running shoes and two new training shoes. All five pairs feature a new segmented midsole that not only flexes lengthwise but also expands its width with every step, absorbing shock and conforming to the foot’s shape. Drops 4/7/16.