A quality pair of shoes has the power to elevate any look. Whether it’s a sleek, laceless style, a premium option for the gym or simply a fresh new colourway, it’s time to update any shoes you have kicking around the back of your wardrobe with our list of the best new footwear picks…
Oliver Cabell – Canary Slip-On Sneakers
Oliver Cabell‘s footwear collection is growing rapidly, having recently introduced a range of Chelsea boots into their lineup. Another new style from the brand is the Canary, a clean alternative to lace-up sneakers that is made by hand in Spain from full grain calfskin leather.
Common Projects – Original Achilles Leather Sneakers
The Original Achilles style by Common Projects should be a mainstay in any sneaker aficionado’s wardrobe. Giving the classic a twist, this version of the sneaker is covered in taupe calf leather and complementary rubber soles. The soft, neutral shade works well with jeans, smart pants and even shorts, while the brand’s signature gold serial numbers add a subtle shine.
Injecting a new energy into the classic style, Adidas has updated the Continetal 80 Shoes with a punchy two-tone red and blue stripe that complements the iconic branding. The casual sneaker features leather uppers and perforated details for a retro inspired aesthetic.
The Free RN Flyknit is a premium option for running from sportswear powerhouse, Nike. Not only are they ideal due to the glove-like fit, supportive cushioning and lightweight design, they are a sleek base to pair with your other running gear.
Portugese label, Jak creates high-quality, modern products for everyday use with simplicity and minimalism guiding their design decisions. The Royal Sneakers are a testament to their ethos, combining a simple, classic shape with premium full grain leather that will age nicely over time.