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Sep 20, 2016
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There's one more reason to celebrate the arrival of ber months aside from Christmas: our favorite shoe brands will be dropping new, cool sneakers before the year ends. We know you are excited to get your hands on them, but while we wait for that day to come, allow us to give you a sneak peek.

Whether you want to make a statement with a white pair or add a pop of color to your date look, there's a sneaker here for everyone.

1) Saucony Grid 9000 Microdot

This '90s classic's newest update comes speckled in white and black. SG 9000's white version features a light grey outsole and a white upper peppered with black dots, while its black counterpart's punctuated with white microdots and dashes of mint green details on its upper and midsole. It's definitely a must-wear when you're out on a stroll with your bros.

2) Sperry Gamefish Chukka

Ever wanted to wear pair of boots, but not a fan of leather? This new addition to Sperry's versatile lineup is made of nubuck and wool upper. The laced up ankle-high boot also boasts an Adaptive Wave-Siping outsole that disperses water to reduce slippage on wet and dry surfaces.

3) Converse Chuck Taylor All Star II Shield Canvas

Designed for the Chuck Taylor lover who can't give up their Chucks no matter the weather, this sneaker is made of non-slip padded tongue and micro-suede lining with materials that can also withstand the cruelest of climate challenges. It also brags reflective heel webbing and barrel laces for added visibility in low-light environments.

4) Merrell 1Six8

 

The Merrell 1Six8, with its ultralight midsole and sidewalk-ready traction features, will make your long walks more bearable. Goodbye paltos!

5) Creative Recreation Deross

No need to say goodbye to laces. Just like your favorite slip-ons, this shoe provides easy on/off access with its pull loops and elastic stretch fit system. Thanks to its charcoal colorway, it also goes well with anything you wear.

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