The latest release in Nike’s Metcon family of training-specific shoes is the DSX Flyknit. It’s designed to meet the demands of everything from strength & cardio workouts to elite level high-intensity training. In addition to features key for stability & durability, it features integrated Flywire and Flyknit at the mid-foot to provide a dynamic fit that locks the foot in place for running, cutting, jumping and lifting.
With the first official retail release of an adidas running shoe featuring the brand’s Futurecraft 3-D printer fiber, the Triple Black 3D runner is built on a 3D printed midsole & heelcup topped off by a super-ventilated Primeknit upper. Getting this new shoe onto your foot & in your closet will require a reservation through the adidas Confirmed App. Other rollouts will follow.
Just in time for the holiday season, Jordan brand is bringing back another iconic silhouette; the 1988 Jordan III. From a year he owned the game, earning honors as All-Star MVP, Slam winning the Dunk Contest title, led the league in steals and scoring and was named Defensive Player of the Year. The Air Jordan III OG will release globally November 25 on Jordan.com and at select Jordan retail stores.
Second only to the Chuck Taylor, the adidas Stan Smith stands as the most enduring athlete-endorsed sneaker of all time. Sorry Jordan, the Stan was born 13 years before the AJ1. The newest version of this classic court shoe features a leather upper, rubber cup sole and a waterproof & breathable Gore-Tex lining, which means they’ll tackle rain, snow, sleet & hail while keeping you warm & dry.
Made with a waterproof, DWR-coated synthetic yarn and featuring a mid-height ankle collar, Nike’s LunarEpic Flyknit is built for battle in wet weather and muddy trail runs. The upper will shed water, keeping your dogs warm & dry inside. This new model drops November 3rd in several colorways, including a silver/black combo featuring reflective fabric.
The 80s-era Nike Big Low made famous by the Bullets’ towering 7’7” center Manute Bol is making a comeback. Available in the original white/red & white/gray colorways, the shoe features a tumbled leather upper and classic Nike wordmark branding across the heel. Available soon.
Seavees made a simple yet fresh style upgrade to their classic Legend lace-ups by finishing them in corduroy. Just in time for fall, the Cordies collection includes navy, black, army green, fog, and sable brown.
Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the man behind every Air Jordan since 1988, the Auckland Modern from Converse is a casual street shoe that features a smooth, breathable 3-layer Hyperfuse upper & a flexible, white Phylon outsole. The initial drop includes 5 colorways: Black/Soar, Black/White, Black/Lucid Green, Black/Action Red and Black/Dark Grey.
Adidas worked with their team of world-class track athletes to develop the Ultra Boost Uncaged. It’s a lightweight runner with an internal mid-foot skeleton that provides exceptional flex & support. The upper is made of breathable PrimeKnit and features a multi-tiered lacing system.
Blurring the line between socks and shoes, Skinners are ultraportable minimalist footwear for sport, yoga, travel, or just chilling. They provide the comfortable freedom of a barefoot feel but offer the sort of all-terrain protection & traction you get from shoes. Silver is woven into Skinners for odor prevention.