Initially released in the past, at least a decade ago, and eventually resurrected due to their popularity. These re-released sneakers are assembled with more modern materials.
Classic sneakers are basically the original models with very little or almost no changes since they were released years ago.
Also dubbed as ugly shoes or turbo trainers, dad sneakers are chunky footwear inspired by the rubber shoes our fathers strutted in the 80s and 90s. These kicks feature massive soles adding few inches to the wearers' heights, with a thick and well-padded upper for ultra-comfortable strides, and often finished with curvy lines, patterns, and striking colors for flashier charm.
Clean, streamlined, often monochromatic silhouettes.
Sneakers with knit uppers that are very soft and wrap around the foot and ankle like socks.
This design approach presents familiar silhouettes in a new light. Various shoe elements are added, removed or revamped to make a sneaker stand out.
Shoes with removable insoles that can accommodate custom inserts or orthotics.
Shoes with reflective elements that glow and make you visible in low-light conditions.
Heel of the shoe can be folded in to turn it into a slip-on or a slipper-like shoe.
Luxurious offerings from high-end designers including Gucci, Louis Vuitton, balenciaga, and others.
Shoes that are partially made of recycled or eco-friendly materials.
Marked as such by the brands, vegan shoes have not been tested on animals nor do they contain any animal products.
Sneakers with a special lining that prevents growth of harmful bacteria.
People choose low tops for their versatility in style, freedom of ankle movement, and typically lower price. They are also a popular choice for summer.
Mid- and high-top sneakers give a little more ankle support and warmth. Most of these sneakers have their roots in basketball shoes.
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