Art from the original Star Wars trilogy has now made its way onto a new collection of shoes and apparel from Vans. A variety of original patterns and prints are featured on classic silhouettes like their Era, Slip-On, & Sk8-Hi models plus accessories like ballcaps, backpacks, and premium T-shirts.
Runners & trainers of all types will find something fresh in Nike’s just-released Zoom Air collection. The four new models: Air Zoom Pegasus 31, Air Zoom Structure 18, Air Zoom Elite 7 and the Air Zoom Streak 5 were each designed with specific performance in mind, from correcting over-pronation to providing neutral support, structure, and response.
The just-released Pure Boost from Adidas is their first shoe to feature a full Boost cushioning midsole. This material weighs almost nothing. And overall, the shoe is super-light at just 8.3 ounces. It also features a seamless, breathable 4-way stretch upper.
2014 marks 100 years in the footwear game for Brooks. To celebrate, they created the Heritage Collection: new versions of their classic Vanguard & Vantage runners in a whole slew of new colors.
It seems like everyone has a pair of Nike’s Free series runners or trainers but for 2014 you can create your own custom colorway through Nike iD. Choose the Free 3.0 Flyknit, 4.0 Flyknit, or Free 5.0 & make yourself a one-off pair that you won’t see on anyone else at the gym.
Fans of classic Nike shoe designs will dig this new Lunarlon-equipped variant of the classic AirMax 90. It got a cushy update by adding an ultralight Lunarlon midsole to the plush feel of the Air heel unit and softer materials in the collar, tongue, and liner. Available Spring 2014.
For the New year, a new Air Max. It’s been this way for 90 years or so. The Air Max 2014 retains the 360 Max Air sole used in the 2013 model but replaces the Hyperfuse with an engineered mesh upper featuring Flywire for support and a new outsole that shaves some weight. Available beginning December 5.
White leather, clean lines, green trim. Why Adidas ceased production on the original Stan Smith back in 2012 is anyone’s guess, but the timeless shoe is making a comeback. On September 4th, this certified classic will be available in a limited release followed by widespread production into 2014.
Most of us just ask, “where’s the hose at?” when our sneakers get dirty. But if you put them in the washing machine they’ll get much cleaner. This mesh polyester bag is made for doing just that. Actually, you can use it in the dryer, too. So stop all that messing around with the hose.
Nike is playing catch up for a change. After seeing the success of barefoot runners from competitors like New Balance, Merrell, and Vivo, the mighty Swoosh is jumping into the barefoot game with the Hyperfeel. The ultra-minimalist Flyknit upper uses Flywire for support, but it’s basically a sock with an outsole attached. Or as they say, “a direct extension” of the runner’s foot.