Oh, wait it's already March. Then you have to grab them all then—here are our recommended drops to catch up on this summer!
Merrell Capra Bolt Mid Waterproof
Debuting a higher ankle line in case you need more support to aid you in your search for tadhana or your personal Carrot Man or something. Merrell’s Capra Bolt Mid comes with full-fat 4mm deep lugs on its outsole because while you might wear a low-profile mountain shoe in the mall, a beefy boot like this one belongs on the trail and nowhere else. Now go climb Mt. Pulag before they shut it down.
How to rock them: With sensible mountain climbing attire.
Creative Recreation Deross
For a brand that espouses creativity, we’ve often taken a shine to their models that feature a more subdued outlook on design–no more. The Creative Recreation Deross is a kick that belongs in 2016 and nowhere else. Loops, polka dots, battle-tested Vibram outsole–it's got everything you need to stunt on your increasingly “I’m a sneaker head” pals.
How to rock them: With your hottest, brand new-est...VSCO filter. Then put them back in the box because you’re afraid to soil your new babies.
Saucony Originals Shadow 6000 Emerald
The Shadow’s design is a legend, so we’re zeroing in on its tasty new paintjob–the suedelicious colorway on this pair would give Gigi Hadid’s eyes a run for their money. Really, the Shadow 6000 Emeralds deserve a colorway nickname like they give all those Jumpman models. Emmys? Ems? Ralds?
How to rock them: With your cock out like a real G! (Otherwise, clean khakis would work).
Skechers Burst Second Wind
Is your sneaker rotation flagging lately? Or are your running shoes working against you more rather than propelling you forward? Skechers is here to literally inject a second wind into your feet with their lightweight knit Burst model. We’re featuring the sober but lowkey Charcoal Black version here, but rest assured they’ve got the colorway to match all your fits.
How to rock them: At a brisk pace–whether walking or running.