Celebrate your love for Star Wars and show your support for the Rebellion with adidas‘ X-Wing-inspired Ultraboost running shoes. They feature a flexible Stretchweb outsole, high traction Continental rubber treads, and are decked out in a Sesame, Active Orange, and Carbon color scheme.
Nike gives its ’90s inspired walking shoe a rich and rugged colorway that looks great for outdoor living. Its earthy olive drab main body is accented by a woven canvas inlay with shiny red accents, all riding atop a cushioned air pocket sole. Expect the design to hit stores and Nike.com before the end of 2019.
Featuring a vibrant design inspired by Kobe’s bestselling children’s novel, these low-tops have colorful print straight from the book’s cover. Black accents on the tongue, laces, rear midsole, and swoosh graphic offer added contrast, while neon green, blue, and red splash their way across the sole. Drops 12/1/19 from Nike.
You’ve spent thousands on your sneaker collection only to toss them in a closet or on a bookshelf. RCKZ are slick, stackable sneaker boxes which give them an appropriate home. Each box features triangular surfaces which break up and reflect light, while diamond-shaped cutouts ensure stable stacking.
We’re digging the futuristic open-weave sole and layered body structure of Chinese outfit Li-Ning’s shoes, which make the sneakers look like they’ve been abducted and augmented by aliens. They feature a transluscent mesh inner trim, and cleverly incorporate leather into their uppers.
Designed for conquering varied terrain, the Air Zoom Terra Kiger 5 running shoe has a lightweight Flymesh body, a cushy Nike React foam midsole, a grippy outsole, and a ventilated upper to keep your feet dry. It looks especially awesome in its Geode Teal/Black/Bright Crimson/Aurora colorway shown here.
To celebrate the final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, adidas is releasing a series of UltraBoost 4.0 shoes, inspired by the Houses Targaryen, Stark, and Lannister, the White Walkers, the Night’s Watch, and the Mother of Dragons. Expect them to drop in spring 2019.
These Air Max 97s (Style 921826-201) feature an Ale Brown, Elemental Gold, and black color scheme inspired by the shipping boxes that show up at our homes all the time. To complete the effect, each one has a barcode built into its sole. Coming to the Nike Store any day now.
From their curvy, wavy details, to their form-fitting looks, to their flight jacket inspired olive and orange color scheme, and reflective 3M detailing, we love everything about these AirMax cushioned sneakers coming soon from Nike. Keep an eye out for style code 918356-801.
Sonic the Hedgehog fans will love these textured blue suede shoes featuring colors and pixel patterns from the SEGA Genesis game. The translucent red rubber outsole features the SONIC logo, and the laces have gold rings. Feeling villainous? There’s an Eggman edition.
Can’t bear to give up your high tops when there’s snow and ice on the ground? This urbane suede offering from Forsake offers a lightweight, athletic fit with seam sealed waterproof construction, so you don’t have to wear your heavy, stanky boots. You’re welcome.
A hot new colorway of Puma’s laceless Disc Blaze sneaker, created in collaboration with Japanese retailer Atmos. We love the combination of forest green camouflage suede and electric green details, which will ensure these shoes will definitely be seen.
The Palm Green, Vachetta Tan, Black, and Legion Green colorway of Nike’s supportive mid-height sneaker is more than a little reminiscent of Boba Fett’s garb. It’s got a water-repellant Flyknit upper, a snug but comfy sock-like fit, and a durable rubber outsole.
Combining the richness of leather with the styling and functionality of sneakers, M. Gemi’s Italian-made high-tops have a hand-burnished pebbled finish, a leather-lined inner and footbed, and a rubber sole. They’re the perfect work/life shoe. In burgundy, navy, or black.
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.
While it’s a few months later than Back to the Future predicted, Nike’s first real self-lacing shoe looks far more stylish and contemporary. A sensor in the heel triggers the adjustable laces when you step in. The HyperAdapt 1.0 will be available to Nike+ members for holiday 2016.
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).
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.