We make everything in merino wool already, so why not a pair of trainers? That seems to be what All Birds was thinking when they came up with these running sneakers that use the versatile fiber for both its upper and lining.
We know Greats can make some fantastic sneakers you wouldn't mind wearing all around the city. Their latest, however, branches off into the trail, as they apply their vaunted Italian craftsmanship to the classic American hiking boot.
Nike adapts their popular Flyknit Chukka for the golf course, retaining the shoe's stylish silhouette and lightweight upper, while reinforcing it with node-filled rubber soles for proper grip and stability on the green.
If you favor bouldering, single-pitch approaches, or wall climbs at the gym over other ascents, it might be time to ditch the all-around climbing shoe and upgrade to this purpose-designed technical footwear from Arcteryx.
Striking the right balance of comfort and style, Lanona's slipper combines the classic house-slipper silhouette with a luxurious leather upper, turning out comfy lounging slippers that look more like a modern pair of boat shoes.
Based on Xtratuf's commercial fishing boot, this collaboration with Filson boasts triple-dipped waterproof construction, an outsole with superior grip, and a shell that can withstand a whole slew of corrosives and contaminants.
A limited-edition collection, these shoes from Red Wing and Indian Motorcycle come in styles that look good while straddling your favorite cruiser, along with a secure fit, durable protection, and all-day comfort during long rides.
Nike's venerable Dunk High skate shoes get the Rocky Balboa treatment in this Riccardo Tisci collaboration, decking it in a height that resembles boxing boots with oversized Swoosh logos plastered across the sides.
Shimano's flagship footwear for road performance, these cycling shoes are designed for long days on top of the saddle, striking a balance between minimalist aesthetics, comfortable wear, and optimal power transfer.
In celebration of this Sunday's Superbowl 50, Timberland made the "ultimate football shoe," decking their classic 6-inch boot in the same pebbled leather that's long been used to make the NFL's footballs.
Nike updates the Air Force 1 into its lightest incarnation ever, dressing up the iconic basketball shoes with a Flyknit upper and lightweight soles, all while retaining the same shape and dimensions as the same pair Barkley wore from back in the day.
Whether you're lifting weights, jumping on boxes, or climbing ropes, Nike's gym-focused trainers should offer better stability and support than the running shoes you normally slip into during every workout.
Based on shoes traditionally worn by electrical workers in the early half of the 20th century, Timberland's rugged Lineman silhouette should survive job site abuse with the best of them while holding together any rugged ensemble.
Chelsea boots are everywhere this season. If you’re sick of wearing the same shoes as everybody else, how about switching up to this pair of jodhpurs from Sanders, which bring the same versatility sans the Chelsea's ubiquity?
Adidas ditches the laces for their latest football boot, giving players a large unimpeded surface area on the midfoot whenever they kick the ball, allowing them to generate greater power and improve striking accuracy.
Based on the 70s-era high-top Adidas Nizza, these mid-top sneakers reimagine the classic silhouette as performance skateboarding shoes with heavy abrasion resistance, a strong grip, and excellent feel for the board.
This colorway of APL's running shoe weaves black, metallic gold, and metallic silver threads into a captivating upper that perfectly complements the technical prowess of the proprietary midsole and outsole, ensuring you look every bit as good as you perform.