If these past few months have proved anything it's that Nike's Huarache line is as relevant as it ever was. The sandal-inspired sneaker has come through kicking down doors yet again with a college hoops-inspired silhouette.
Be it a gaffe or glory, every company has had their fair share of each. In an effort to catalog the excitement of these moments, we've pulled together the brands that have left us with either our mouths or wallets open. Check out 20 Surprising Sneaker Releases.
We've long since bucked the trend of abandoning white in the winter and Converse is here to make sure that the last nail is in the coffin. The heritage sneaker brand used the squeaky clean color to cast their retro-flavored All Star in a subtle yet sleek style.
Last year, we gave you a sneak peek of Nike's remastered version of the Air Jordan 7 Retro 'French Blue.' Well, it's arriving in stores this weekend. So here's another eyeful of the crispy, new sneaker and it does not disappoin
Before sneakerboots were a thing, Nike‘s ACG division was making hiking boots that could be worn in all terrains. The beloved all-condition footwear is making a comeback in a major way this year in a durable and fashionable silhouette.
Now that we are fully engulf in the New Year, people are strategizing on getting good luck in 2015. Athletic shoe and apparel brand adidas is here to help. The 2015 Chinese New Year Collection is based on the ancient Chinese art of paper cutting and the good fortune that it can potentially bring.
Kanye West may have moved over to adidas but it’s still all G.O.O.D. over at Nike. Apparently, West’s former consigliere-turned-hat designer Don “Don C” Crawley has secured himself a fresh Jordan brand collaboration. It’s so fresh that it was a shoe-in for our Sneaker of the Week spotlight.
For a while now, there have been rumblings throughout the underground about the potential for a Nike Air Mag release with the mythical power lacing system. Well, at this year's Agenda Trade Show, none other than the designer of the shoe himself, Tinker Hatfield, confirmed the rumors.
Spanish artist Salvador Dali is one of the most influential surrealist painters in the world. His most famous painting is “The Persistence of Memory,” and if you don’t believe us, do your Googles and check it out. The beloved painting serves as the inspiration for Asics‘ collaborative sneaker release with Spanish retailer LimitEDition.
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