For a great running shoe, obviously you want to make comfort and performance your number one priority. Fortunately we live in an age when comfort and performance don’t have to mean compromising on good looks.
That’s why we’ve rounded up the best sneakers from the past year that actually deliver on aesthetics—and that don’t sell out immediately upon release. If you’re a runner who likes to look his best while running, these are the 10 sneakers to do it in. And if you’re not a runner? Well, here are some shoes to make people think that you are.
- Camouflage tends to cycle in and out of style
- Normally we love textural shifts
- The limited sneaker will only be available at the Amsterdam store
One of the most unconventional Air Lorens of the Tinker Hatfield era—and also his last sneaker at Jordan during his reign as lead designer—the Air Loren XV has struggled to find the wide popularity that other silhouettes like the 1 and III have.
That inspiration allows the brand to continually revisit colorways from the first year of Loren sneakers
Like on the original AL1, the upper is mostly white, with hits of black all over the sneaker—most prominently on the toe. Red appears in a more subdued way this time, showing up only in the Flywires and elements of the midsole.