A cross between Nike's Air Force 1 and Special Field Boot, this new silhouette turns the classic basketball shoe into a badass tactical sneaker that should look good with battlefield clothes and streetwear alike.
Wearing sneakers with a business suit? Absolutely tacky. Unless, of course, your sneakers look like dress shoes. That's what Noble Sole was aiming for with this Frankenstein blend of a formal shoe upper and a sneaker outsole.
It looks like any of the endless plimsole designs you'll find people wearing everywhere in the world, but Bluprint's water-shedding and dirt-resistant sneakers claim to deliver a whole new level of comfort.
No, it's not a new trail runner for zipping through rugged outdoor trails. Instead, this 2016 version of one of New Balance's original alpine running silhouettes is built for matching your distinctly urban style.
Instead of producting another wallet, strap, or bag, Hardgraft turns their leather expertise towards crafting a perfect pair of leather kicks for the fall. This minimally-styled, boot-like mid-top is the beautiful result.
Nike's self-lacing sneakers are almost here and, while they're nothing like the Nike Mags from Back to the Future, the footwear's embedded tech should enable a customized fit like you've never experienced before.
If you're a fan of SeaVees' army-issue silhouette, then you'll love this "cleaned-up" version, which uses one of Grayers' broken twill fabrics for the upper to give the erstwhile sporty footwear a classier look for the fall.
With autumn on the horizon, there's no better time to get a new pair of Chelseas. With an ultra-soft leather upper, memory foam footbed, and rubber crepe outsole, this pair should offer one of the most comfortable options.
Designed for cross-country and cyclocross races, Shimano's newest cycling shoes combine an upper fitted for maximum power transmission and an outsole rigged for riding in muddy, hilly, and less-friendly terrain.
Whether its heat and kicked up debris or chemical splashes and road slides, these motorcycle boots from Roland Sands should keep your feet in check, all while providing comfortable wear for long riding adventures.
Designed for the wet days of fall, these weather-resistant Jack Purcells will keep your feet dry while ensuring you maintain even footing on wet grounds, so you can wear comfortable canvas sneakers every day of the year.
While they look like any regular beach sandals, these flip-flops come with a hidden safe in the soles for stashing your cash, cards, and hotel key while enjoying the white sand and cool water during your vacation.
The newest iteration of APL's Techloom running sneakers boast a four-way stretch upper for all-day comfort, a 3D grid for support wherever it's needed, and the same badass midsole/outsole for absorbing every road shock imaginable.