adidas is readying playful sneakers inspired by Marge and Homer Simpson. Marge’s blue adidas Superstars turn her iconic beehive hairdo into the backdrop for the entire sneaker, while Homer’s green Stan Smiths feature the “sneaking back into the bushes” meme on their backs. Expect them to drop by the end of the year.
Animator Kris Theorin of Something’s Awry created this vibrant and energetic CG animated short film. The roughly 2-minute sequence follows the journey of a young scofflaw as she tests out her fancy new sneakers to outrun the cops in a neon-lit cyberpunk city. The track is a sped-up version of Up All Night by Midnight Riot.
These Nike sneakers are covered with a topographical print that conjures images of standing upon a mountaintop among the clouds. A webbed support system and air cushioning provide stability and comfort for performance sports and everyday activities. They drop 9.20.22.
Put your sneakers collection on display in these LED-illuminated shoe organizers. Each two-shelf module is handmade from wood and features lift-and-slide acrylic doors with brushed silver pulls. Each unit holds up to six pairs of shoes and comes with a remote to control lighting colors.
Happiness is a warm puppy… with a surfboard ready to shred waves. Eco-friendly Brazilian shoemaker Cariuma salutes everyone’s favorite beagle on their cotton canvas OCA low-top sneakers with a cork insert and slip-resistant rubber. Charles M. Schulz would be stoked that two trees are planted for every pair sold.
A fresh take on the Nike Air Max 97 celebrating 25 years of the bullet train-inspired shoe. The sneaker is at its best in this new colorway. The mudguard is done up in shiny metallic silver, while the upper is encircled in rings of dark blue, complemented by a watery Chlorine Blue air cushion and matching swooshes.
CustomBigCartel makes wooden sofa tables that look like giant sneaker boxes. Their lids open up to reveal a large, illuminated storage area that’s perfect for holding shoes but also works for other items. They all come with Nike or Air Jordan logos and are available in 6-pair and 12-pair sizes.
NYC design studio Ceeze is known for their unique customized sneakers. Their Victory Chair features a seat cushion made from cutout Nike sneaker panels, each applied to a Nappa leather backing. The chair features a baltic birch frame and materials from 32 Air Jordan 1 sneakers. Only 10 chairs will be made.
Shed water and shred trail with Deckers X Lab’s X-Scape 100F sneaker sandal. Made for mountain adventures, class 10 rapids, and running errands, this performance hybrid has your summer sorted. The Nubuck leather upper is lined with mesh and foam for comfort. Top laces and an adjustable heel strap finesse the fit.
These comfortable and durable shoes are great for outdoor activities, including ones that involve getting wet. They feature a perforated body and a drain in the sole that lets water flow through. A mesh layer keeps sand out when running on the beach, while elastic lock laces make them easy to slip on and off.
Nike’s innovative sneakers are designed to be taken apart. Their interlocking, modular design means their materials can be easily separated for recycling when they reach the end of their useful life. The ISPA Link features earthy tones and bumpy sole pads, while the ISPA Link Axis is bold and colorful with a translucent white outsole.
Streetwear trendsetter John Geiger gets his kicks this Cinco de Mayo with a top-shelf textured leather sneaker for Patron Tequila. The limited-edition GF-01 sneaks feature the buzzy Patron bee and Geiger’s swoopy “g” logo on a fresh green and white colorway inspired by Patron’s agave fields in Jalisco, Mexico. Drops 5.5.22 at 5pm ET.
Camper’s latest Runner sneakers have a retro look that remind us of Sonic the Hedgehog’s shoes. Only these ones come in blue, orange, brown, or black instead of red. They’re made from recycled polyester and leather and have lightweight outsoles made from 30% sugarcane. Available in men’s and women’s sizes.
Thes Air Jordan 7s look like something Marty McFly might wear in the future. They feature a classic high-top silhouette with jewel-tone colors layered beneath semi-transparent panels. A neutral leather upper provides contrast for the colors, and the sole is embellished with splashes of blue and pink. They drop 4.16.2022.
adidas’ series of South Park-inspired sneakers includes bold shoes done up in cartoon colors, including Cartman’s Forum Low ’80s B-ball, a Professor Chaos NMD R1 V2, Kyle’s Superstar, a Stan Marsh/Stan Smith mashup, Kenny’s NMD_R1, and an A.W.E.S.O.M.-O 4000 Forum Low trainer. Available online and in Foot Locker stores.
Nike goes back to the 1990s with these funky cushioned sneakers based on the Air More Uptempo ’96. Graffiti-inspired bubble graphics splash the word “AIR” wrapped along their sides while the Swoosh moves to the toebox of these high-contrast black and white shoes. Drops 3.16.2022.
Pop Chart’s 24″ x 36″ art print features tiny, but detailed illustrations of 150 iconic sneaker designs, all in chronological order. Find your favorite designs from Nike, Adidas, Converse, New Balance, and more. For even more shoes, check out their 32″ x 48″ A Century of Sneakers print, showcasing 264 classic shoes.
We can’t help but crave a cup of hot cocoa with marshmallows when checking at this tasty Light Chocolate colorway of Nike’s classic Dunk High sneaker. Equally, at home on the court or the street, this comfy basketball shoe looks delicious done up in shades of brown and beige. Drops 2.23.22.
This playful pair of Nike Air Max 90 golf sneakers is designed to look like a picnic on your feet. It features a red and white checked tablecloth pattern, with basketweave patterned inserts and a packet of mustard for its tongue. We suggest gluing some plastic ants onto the shoelaces. Drops in early 2022 for $150.
Nike teamed up with Miami sneaker shop SoleFly to create a pair of Air Jordan 1 Low sneakers decked out in animal prints inspired by the Florida Everglades. We would have expected more alligator than tiger but we still dig the multi-textured look of these red and black suede-accented shoes. Drops 12.27.2021.
These clipless, flat-pedal bike sneakers combine skid-resistant Panaracer rubber and Chrome’s urban cycling gear knowhow. The low-profile Kursk Pro is built for durability, weather resistance, and night visibility. Flexplate technology boosts pedal power when on the bike and walking comfort when off.
Deckers X Lab’s most comfy shoes just got as cozy as slippers. X-Scape SPSK Mid is a hybrid sneaker and shearling boot thanks to its suede exterior, pliable padding, and sheepskin lining. A Meta-Rocker sole and lightweight midsole make feet feel like they’re walking on air. A HERproject collab supporting women factory workers.
These unique Air Jordan 3 sneakers have a design inspired by textiles found in vintage surplus stores. They’re covered with a mix of camo patterns, waxed canvas, twill, wool, and herringbone. Hook-and-loop heel tabs let you swap out Nike Air, Jumpman, or your own custom logo patches. Available 11.29.2021 at 10am Eastern.
We wear Merrell sneakers for their comfort and durability. This new collection adds a splash of color to their normally earth-toned shoes. Each comes in shades of blue from the night sky, dotted with reflective stars – some with a glow-in-the-dark rubber outsole. Available in men’s, women’s, and big kid’s sizes.
Nike celebrates a Japanese anime classic with a special Gundam edition of its SB Dunk High basketball sneaker. The white, red, and black color scheme is based on the RX-0 Unicorn Gundam, accented by a stylized yellow swoosh that can be detached for an alternative look.