Classic tennis shoe aesthetic, modern Primeknit material, and Pharrell's signature bold style combine to make this sweet-looking sneaker that's bound to turn into a streetwear staple in the foreseeable future.
Wearing loafers with socks? Not the best look. Problem is, going barefoot means your feet are likely to end up sweaty and smelly at the end of the day. Not the case if you're wearing these ultra-breathable loafers.
Remember when you rocked Air Prestos all day, every day of the week? Do it again with these monochromatic versions of the classic silhouette, which update the once-ubiquitous shoe with a contemporary flair.
What do you get when you pair classic Vans silhouettes with Schoeller's weather-resistant fabrics? This badass collection of sneakers that should handle the most torrential rain spring can send its way.
Styled to look like first-generation running shoes, Adidas' new lifestyle silhouette pairs vintage looks with modern technologies and materials, ensuring it performs like any contemporary footwear despite the retro aesthetics.
Didn't get a chance to nab one of those Killshot sneakers the last time Nike let them out? Well, the here-today-gone-tomorrow retro silhouette is back at J.Crew for another limited run, so get off your butt and grab a pair.
Boots are rarely your first choice of footwear when you're spending all day running around town on your feet. Unless, of course, they wear as comfortably as these leather-and-crepe boots from Bluprint.
Designed to bridge the gap between formal and casual, Beckett Simonon's pebbled leather boot can be dressed up or dressed down without looking out of place, making for a versatile addition to any man's closet.
This luxury version of the revamped Chuck Taylor silhouette dresses the footwear in premium materials and a minimalist aesthetic, turning out a shoe that should pair well with a good load of casual outfits in your closet.
Knitted uppers worked well for sneakers, so why not for oxfords? We know, it sounds ridiculous, but that's exactly what Cole Haan is doing with the newest silhouette from the tradition-defying ZeroGrand line.
Adidas’ first all-leather sneaker is getting the Boost treatment, retaining the same classic styling it's worn since 1970 while sporting the outfit's ultra-responsive and energy-returning Boost cushion for better performance.
An Asics sneaker for the rest of us, these running shoes are aimed at the recreational crowd, ditching the high-level, speed-maximizing elements in favor of a comfortable fit and versatile urban performance.
New Balance had an instant hit on their hands with the 247 lifestyle shoe, with its sleek profile and luxurious upper material. This sportier, more technical version lets you wear the silhouette for your runs and workouts.