A variant of the Air Jordan XIII, the Horizon’s one-piece woven upper features an asymmetrical graphic print. It also has a lightweight Phylon midsole. Part of the Public School and Jordan collection.
Ensconced in pebbled leather and rich suede with metallic flash like a shiny espresso machine, the legendary Brooks Chariot is now a sweet everyday kick, inspired by the aromas and ambience of your favorite local coffee houses (and with a cool sock liner to match).
An extremely limited edition of the Superstar with a seamless upper CNC milled from a single piece of leather. Like the Futurecraft 3D, the Futurecraft Leather represents Adidas’ goal to create custom-fit shoes. The design also drastically reduces the use of adhesive.
Adidas and Palace Skateboards came out swinging with the dope knitted shoes last year, but this time they’re taking a simpler approach. The Pro Boost has a suede upper and Boost midsole, while the Pro has a leather or suede upper and a rubber midsole. Both drop 11/7/15.
Designed to handle the most rugged, muddy, and rocky trails, the Traverse hiking boots represent yet another extraordinary value from Ascend. With shock absorbing cushioning and waterproof linings, they’re sure to keep your feet dry and comfy, even on the longest hikes.
Offering excellent flexibility, support and stability while remaining featherweight at just 10.6 ounces, the Inspire 12 is the perfect shoe for everyday training, with great comfort and cushioning. Available in “Surf the Web” blue/silver, and “Dark Shadow” black/red.
PUMA teamed up with Japanese sneaker shop Atmos for this cool DISC Blaze variant. Inspired by the night skies above, the shoe has a dark blue suede upper, orange accents, and speckles on the cage which resemble the Milky Way. Out in Japan now. Drops 11/7 at select PUMA stores.
Another self-fulfilling prophecy has come true. Nike created self-lacing Nike Air MAGs, with the first pair given to Michael J. Fox. However, just like the 2011 release the shoes will be limited and will be auctioned off in spring 2016 to benefit Michael’s Parkinson’s Foundation.
Shoelace fanatic Ian “Professor Shoelace” Fieggen shows us a method that lets you tie your shoelaces more quickly than ever before, and is easy for lefties, righties, kids, and adults alike. Learn this technique and 17 other ways to tie your shoes at Ian’s website.