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The Best Sneakers of 2022

The Best Sneakers of 2022

In the blink of an eye, another year is about to come to an end. As we continue to adjust to life in a post-pandemic world, the last twelve or so months have provided us with opportunities to connect with others outside in a way that feels like we’re finally, finally on the other side of the pandemic. Hopefully you’ve been able to travel again, get reacquainted with coworkers, and generally enjoy life to the fullest… all while wearing some dope shoes on your feet, of course. Because there were plenty of good ones to choose from in 2022.

From Nike and adidas to Air Jordan and New Balance, the biggest names in the footwear industry were in constant competition all year long to see who could release the most talked about collaborations, bring back the most timeless colorways, and push forward the most innovative sneakers in the world.

Now as the year comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the sneakers that stand out as the very best of 2022. Like we’ve said time and again, these “Best of” lists are never easy to compile, but we absolutely stand by our selections because they represent where the culture currently stands and where it’s headed in the future.

These are our picks for the Best Sneakers of 2022.

Air Jordan 3 “Fire Red”

Air Jordan 3 “Fire Red”

Patience is a virtue if you’re into sneakers. Particularly Air Jordan sneakers. Over the years, Jordan Brand has done an admirable job of giving us different versions of the Air Jordan 3 “Fire Red.” First came the “Katrina” colorway in 2006 that was made for charity auctions supporting Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. That same colorway was re-released as the “Hall of Fame” in 2018, and then came the “Fire Red Denim” in 2020. A retro “Fire Red” was sprinkled in back in 2014.

While all solid releases, none really nailed the look and feel of the original “Fire Red” Jordan 3 that debuted in 1988. That is, until a proper version, complete with the colorway’s original “Nike Air” branding, period-correct red accenting, and other OG-inspired details, was issued this year. The release of the modern “Fire Red” gave a new generation of sneaker collectors a chance to own a piece of footwear history.

adidas Samba OG “White/Black”

adidas Samba OG “White/Black”

Unless you have a superhuman ability to predict the future, the adidas Samba OG “White/Black” is likely the last shoe you’d expect to see on a “Best Sneakers of the Year” list. That isn’t downplaying its significance, as the model has been around for over half a century. It’s more speaking to the Samba’s reputation as a piece of utilitarian footwear. In the last two years, though, the Samba has gone from being utilitarian, accessible, and unfussy to utilitarian, accessible, unfussy, and extremely sought after due to collaborations with Jonah Hill, Wales Bonner, Kith, and more. In a time in sneakers when everyone is always looking for what’s “next,” it was nice to see the adidas Samba in its classic “White/Black” colorway catch on as a palate refresher of sorts for those looking for a reliable, comfortable, and timeless sneaker that looks good in any era.

Nike Air Max Penny 1

Nike Air Max Penny 1

With all things ‘90s trending in fashion and sneakers, it seemed like a foregone conclusion that a shoe as popular as the Nike Air Penny 1 was during the ‘90s would come back en vogue, as well. That’s indeed what happened in 2022. The original signature shoe of Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway, the Air Penny 1 was first released smack dab in the middle of the glory years of Nike’s ‘90s basketball footwear program. The model was beloved for its association with Penny who, in the wake of Michael Jordan’s retirement from basketball, was arguably the most popular player in the sport. It was also beloved for its ‘Lil Penny commercials starring Chris Rock as ‘Lil Penny. In 2022 Nike reissued the model in both its original “Orlando” and “Home” colorways, the latter of which returned for the first time since it debuted in ‘96. The Air Penny Max 1 also came back as a two-piece collaboration with Social Status, who helped create a renewed excitement for the shoe.

Tom Sachs x Nike General Purpose Shoe

Tom Sachs x Nike General Purpose Shoe

Don’t let Tom Sachs fool you. The artist’s Nike General Purpose Shoe is far from “boring,” as he claims it is in advertisements. After spending the last decade perfecting the model, the General Purpose Shoe (GPS, for short) is as close to the platonic ideal of an everyday shoe as there’s ever been. The silhouette is sleek and refined, and marries the design language of the Nike Waffle One with the Nike Killshot. It features two pull loops for easy on/off wearability. It’s lightweight, and with some wear, looks better over time. It’s the anti-hype shoe that wound up being as hyped as any of Sachs’s collaborations with Nike.

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost & Found”

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost & Found”

The old saying “save the best for last” is one Jordan Brand follows faithfully as far as its sneaker releases are concerned. The footwear empire that Michael Jordan built closes out every year by releasing its most anticipated shoe, and that trend continues again in 2022. The Air Jordan 1 High OG “Lost & Found” isn’t only Jordan’s top release, it’s the most anticipated release of the year in sneakers. The colorway is based on the original “Chicago” Jordan 1, which is regarded as one of the greatest sneakers of all time. History has proven that anytime the “Chicago” Jordan 1 comes back, it’s going to be a big deal.

Specifically, the “Lost & Found” is inspired by the mom and pop sneaker shops that sold the OG Jordan 1 back in the day. It also nods to the fact that, back then, many independent sneaker retailers stored the shoe somewhat haphazardly in their stockrooms, oftentimes with mismatched box tops from other sneakers.

 

The “Lost & Found” features a vintage look with a faux-distressed texture on the collar and a slightly cream-colored sole, and it comes packaged inside of a shoe box with a mismatched lid. The “Lost & Found” calls back to a bygone era in sneakers, while also playing into the vintage trend that’s been popular in sneaker culture in recent years.

Joe Freshgoods x New Balance 9060 “Inside Voices - Penny Cookie Pink”

Joe Freshgoods x New Balance 9060 “Inside Voices – Penny Cookie Pink”

There was a brief moment a few years ago when it seemed like the art of sneaker storytelling was lost on the culture. It was faithfully restored when Joe Freshgoods began teaming up with New Balance in 2020. In the three years since the pair’s inaugural collaboration, the stunner of a sneaker called the New Balance 992 “No Emotions Are Emotions,” the Chicago native has been using his upbringing and experience as a streetwear entrepreneur as a reserve of inspiration for some of the most sought after collaborations in the game. Our favorite drop of 2022 from Joe is the New Balance 9060 “Inside Voices – Penny Cookie Pink,” a colorway of a brand new model that salutes a popular snack in the Chicagoland area.

Teddy Santis x New Balance 990 “Made in USA”

Teddy Santis x New Balance 990 “Made in USA”

“Good things come to those who wait.” The cliché once again proves correct when describing the story behind Teddy Santis’s first collection as Creative Director of New Balance’s “Made in USA” line. Originally announced last year, sneaker collectors had to wait months on end for the Aimé Leon Dore head honcho to drop his first solo project with the Boston-based footwear company, but it was definitely worth the wait based on what we now know as a trio of New Balance 990s. The 990 V1, V2, and V3 each combine New Balance’s signature grey accenting with neutral olive greens, browns, and tans that match the ‘90s New York City prep-meets-streetwear vibe of Aimé Leon Dore’s clothes. Which you know if you’ve ever seen the massive lines emanating from the shop’s Mulberry Street location in New York, is a good thing.

 

It turned out this first set of Santis’s Made in USA NEw Balances was just the tip of the iceberg, as every other release of the collection throughout the year has been equally as nice.

A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 2 “Airness”

A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 2 “Airness”

If Don C’s Just Don premium streetwear brand was the perfect collaborator to restore the Air Jordan 2’s luxury vibe in the 2010s, then James Whitner’s upscale clothing and sneaker boutique A Ma Maniére is the next logical choice to put premium materials on the shoe in 2022. Originally made in Italy, the Jordan 2 was the first basketball shoe that blended elements of high fashion with sportswear, and A Ma Maniére’s colorway does the same. Its simple cream, black, and maroon color scheme won’t immediately jump off your phone or computer screen, but it’s the details that count here, like the shoe’s black faux snakeskin textured midsole.

 

The Air Jordan 2 had a major comeback in 2022, and there was no better release than A Ma Maniére’s.

Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 Collection

Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 Collection

Around this time one year ago, Virgil Abloh passed away unexpectedly from a rare form of cancer. The generational fashion and sneaker designer’s decision to keep his battle with cancer private from the public caught many by surprise. Those close to Virgil say he preferred to continue on with his life by doing what he always did: create new and innovative products for his legions of fans and supporters. That’s exactly what he did, designing shoes like the Off-White x Air Jordan 2 Low and the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 Low after his prognosis. Both are classics, but the latter, his Louis Vuitton Air Force 1, is perhaps his greatest work as a designer for the storied high fashion house. The shoe marries concepts from sportswear, streetwear, and luxury fashion as only Virgil can, and is undoubtedly one of the best releases of 2022.

Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog

Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog

There’s no telling which way the trend winds will blow in sneakers. One year it’s “dad shoes,” the next year it’s… dad shoes and Crocs. The two styles may seem worlds apart, but in actuality both share a common thread: Salehe Bembury. The former Versace footwear director has dabbled a little bit in both styles. He’s released collaborations with New Balance on the 2002R and 574 Yurt, and most recently, a three-piece set with Crocs on the brand’s ultra casual Pollex Clog. In terms of the latter, it’s a shoe we had to include on our list of the best sneakers of 2022 (so far) because, as wild as it sounds, it’s probably the shoe that best encapsulates the current sneaker zeitgeist.

Air Jordan 11 “Cherry”

Air Jordan 11 “Cherry”

The Air Jordan 11 doesn’t release in nearly as many colorways as its other retro Air Jordan counterparts. But it is, however, the centerpiece of Jordan Brand’s annual holiday release cycle, which is a testament to the classic sneaker’s popularity. This year’s release explores a familiar Jordan 11 theme: the “Cherry” colorway. Debuted on the Air Jordan 11 Low in 2001, the “Cherry” look now arrives on the model’s original mid-top silhouette for the first time. Like the OG “Cherry,” the modern version features a simple-yet-elegant color scheme that is undoubtedly inspired by Michael Jordan’s time with the Chicago Bulls. The Jordan 11 will forever be a part of holiday sneaker shopping, and its most classic colorways, like the “Cherry,” will remain timeless, as well.

Nike Dunk Low “Panda”

Nike Dunk Low “Panda”

Bonus sneaker! The black and white Dunk Low first released in March 2021, but there’s no doubt that is was the biggest sneaker of 2022. If you’ve been anywhere this year and looked down at people’s feet, you’ve seen this shoe. It’s everywhere. And with good reason. There are few sneakers more versatile than the Dunk Low in a simple colorway that goes with anything. You don’t have to be a TikToker to understand that.

 

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The Best Sneakers of 2022 (So Far)

The Best Sneakers of 2022 (So Far)

Unfortunately, you still can’t really talk about sneaker releases—how they come and go—without talking about the supply chain issues still interrupting them. The global footwear industry remains unsettled. The sneakers you’re expecting may not show up when they’re supposed to, or they may not show up at all. Through those obstacles, though, there have been plenty of exciting shoes in the first half of the year. These are the sneaker releases that you have to talk about when you talk about 2022, or at least the first six months of it.

We reserve the right to completely and totally pivot on these choices come our more definitive rankings at the end of the year, casting some aside and elevating others. Part of understanding which sneakers are good and which are not is seeing how well they stick around. There are certain shoes that are hot for a moment, or ones that seem like a big deal upon their initial release, that don’t really have any lasting impact. Sneakers can sour mere weeks after their launch. So when you check back in on us for Complex’s final 2022 ranking of the best sneakers of the year, things here may have changed. But until then, these are the best sneakers of 2022 so far.

10. Rick and Morty x Puma MB.01

Rick and Morty x Puma MB.01

Release Date: February 18
Price: $135

It’s not often that you’ll find a Puma shoe on our Best Sneakers of the Year list, and a lot of that has to do with the lackluster product the brand has been putting out lately. But the signing of future star LaMelo Ball has helped its attempts to shift that narrative. Combine the fact that Ball’s first signature shoe is quite good with Rick and Morty as a collaborative partner and you gave one of the 10 best sneakers of 2022 so far. The hype behind this sneaker is surprisingly big—it sold out almost immediately and currently flips on StockX for well over double its retail value. Of course, mismatched basketball sneakers are not for everybody, but a lot of factors are working in this shoe’s favor to earn it some recognition. 

9. Joe Freshgoods x New Balance 9060

Joe Freshgoods x New Balance 9060

Release Date: May 18
Price: $180

New Balance follows a pretty reliable formula when it comes to its shoes. Keep the models simple, only adding slight modifications to make things better as the years go on. Very rarely do we see drastic updates to sneakers or new iterations that make people feel strong emotions. The 9060 breaks that mold. Its upper is similar to that of the brand’s 990 lineage, although it has more daring lines and a pointier toe. But the sole unit is where the 9060 has made its own waves.

Instead of thick, sturdy tooling like many New Balance shoes, the 9060 has podular units, which culminate on and protrude from the heel. The sneaker launched through a two-shoe collaboration with Joe Freshgoods via Instagram’s new footwear release platform. There were major glitches with the initial drop, which caused Instagram to re-release the shoes. The 9060 is now starting to get the general release treatment, and while it’s not yet known how the shoe will be received in the future, it’s definitely a sneaker of the moment. 

8. Gucci x Adidas Gazelle

Gucci x Adidas Gazelle

Release Date: June 7
Price: $850

I didn’t want to like these at first. I love Gazelles, although Adidas completely rinsed the shoe five to six years ago. Gazelle Indoors aren’t as good as the regular Gazelle, which is an iteration from the ‘90s. The see-through gum sole with the Trefoil tread is quite good. But let’s cut to the chase: An Adidas x Gucci collaboration is massive. When the project was first announced, there were some heel-ish dress shoes and sneaker fanatics who were confused about whether there’d be anything for them in it. There ended up being a handful of Gazelles, and they were done up in premium materials with the right details. The standout pair was embroidered with Gucci’s monogram print and included Gucci’s logo on the outsole. All in all, it’s a good shoe that is the best of both worlds. The price, at $875, made the shoes aspirational and out of reach for the average consumer. Is that good? Hard to say. It made it an easy pass for many, but those who have the funds might try to get a pair. Heard they run big, so size accordingly. 

7. Nocta x Nike Hot Step Air Terra

Nocta x Nike Hot Step Air Terra

Release Date: March 3
Price: $180

Drake’s Nocta x Nike Hot Step Air Terra is hardly the first collaborative sneaker to wear his name. But after years of Air Jordan collabs and a successful apparel line with Nike (following a brief break as he flirted with other brands), the Canadian superstar finally has a model to call his own. The sneaker unexpectedly takes design insights from trail running shoes, seen most obviously in its rugged outsole tread and 3M detailing. The initial all-white and all-black colorways that launched left some fans feeling underwhelmed, especially after such a long wait for something totally new. That delay was something that’s become all too familiar in the sneaker world as of late, a result of supply chain issues that have plagued the industry for the past two years. What’s most impressive is that the sneaker truly looks like it could have come from the heyday of Nike’s ’90s ACG line. Maybe those who are less than impressed just don’t get it yet. 

6. Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 1

Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 1

Release Date: May 27
Price: $150

If ever there was a collaboration with true baggage, it would be the Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 1. What began with a shock drop during a moment when Travis Scott had the world’s attention didn’t come to fruition till nearly seven months later, after his Astroworld Festival went awry and turned deadly. The sneaker itself wasn’t directly related to the events that transpired, but it will be forever linked with the disastrous evening. That makes the shoe’s own merits a bit hard to judge, but when it’s separated from the tragedy that led to its delayed launch, some pretty interesting details come to light. The earth tone color schemes and reversed Swooshes are elements we’ve come to expect from Cactus Jack collabs, but what wasn’t as obvious was the dip into the ’90s Nike archive to incorporate elements from the long-forgotten Nike ACG Pocket Knife. The result was familiar, but the added historical value gave it more substance than a typical collab. Unfortunately, while it was a worthy addition to Travis Scott’s already impressive Nike portfolio, it will always have that asterisk. 

5. Union x Air Jordan 2

Union x Air Jordan 2

Release Date: April 15
Price: $225

Union and Jordan Brand’s latest project was actually meant to come out last holiday season, but supply chain disruptions held the “Future Is Now” Air Jordan 2s off until April. The irony is that the collection itself is based around the concept of time, reimagining the Air Jordan 2 with a futuristic spin that makes the shoe look like it’s been battered through the years.

“For the ‘Future Is Now’ capsule, we wanted to juxtapose what some futuristic gear might look like after it had been worn and patina’d,” reads the store’s official description. “So often you see people’s vision of the future and [it] is all crisp and sterile. We thought it might be fun to wear it in a little bit and make it organic.”

The result is two colorways of Michael Jordan’s second signature sneaker, both of which feature premium materials and are based around earth tones with dashes of color pop. Understated yet packed with detail, the pairs are yet another W from the Union x Jordan team-up. 

4. Nike Kobe 6 Protro ‘Mambacita Sweet 16’

Nike Kobe 6 Protro ‘Mambacita Sweet 16’

Release Date: May 1
Price: $180

Just a year ago, it looked like the days of new Nike Kobe releases were over. Complex broke the news in April 2021 that the late basketball legend’s estate had not reached a new agreement with Nike. However, there were still a handful of Kobe retros slated for release. One of them was the “Mambacita Sweet 16” Kobe 6, a tribute to Kobe and his daughter Gigi complete with their jersey numbers on the lateral heel and a Mambacita logo stamped on the heel counter. As with many in-demand sneakers, images of the pair ended up leaking and some were even listed on eBay. 

“I wanted [the Mambacita shoe] to be sold in honor of my daughter with ALL of the proceeds benefiting our @mambacitasports foundation but I did not re-sign the contract with Nike and decided not to sell these shoes,” Kobe’s wife Vanessa wrote in an Instagram post at the time in response to the leaks. “Nike has NOT sent any of these pairs to me and my girls. I do not know how someone else has their hands on shoes I designed in honor of my daughter, Gigi, and we don’t. I hope these shoes do not get sold.”

Following the statement, eBay removed listings for pairs and other platforms deleted their landing pages for them. All signs pointed to the shoes never being sold in any capacity, until March 2022, when Nike announced it would resume its partnership with Kobe’s family and work with Vanessa on special projects. The “Mambacita Sweet 16” Kobe 6 officially released on May 1, on what would have been Gigi’s 16th birthday, with proceeds going to the Mamba and Mambacita Sports Foundation. Reselling ethics and some of the release troubles that arose from the drop aside, it was great to see such a meaningful pair given to the world the way that Vanessa intended. The Nike Kobe line has produced some of the best performance basketball sneakers of all time. Enhancing that legacy with a design that holds so much sentimental value to his family makes these that much better. 

3. Air Jordan 1 High ’85 ‘Georgetown’

Air Jordan 1 High ’85 ‘Georgetown’

Release Date: April 2
Price: $200

Thus far, Jordan Brand’s vintage-informed Air Jordan 1 Retro High ’85 releases have been a mixed bag. Some of the colorways have left something to be desired. 2020’s reverse “Banned” was great in theory, but it’s hard to top the real thing, and even though the red-and-white “New Beginnings” pair was worn by Michael Jordan in the 1980s, it didn’t hit quite like some of the more sought-after styles.

Deviating from the Chicago Bulls inspiration for 2022, Jordan Brand looked to one of MJ’s college rivals for this “Georgetown” pair. Appearing to take a page from the Nike Terminator worn by Patrick Ewing and the Hoyas in the mid-’80s, this is a new Jordan 1 colorway that legitimately looks like it could have dropped back in the day. There’s just the right amount of faux vintage treatment, too, with an oxidized-looking off-white tongue and the usual ’85 packaging accoutrements. Making new shoes that look old has been a trend for years now, but this may be one of the finest examples yet. 

2. Union x Nike Dunk Low

Union x Nike Dunk Low

Release Date: April 2
Price: $150

Look, if you’re sick of seeing Dunks by now, we totally get it. The retro 1985 basketball sneaker has been everywhere for the past two years, from the rare Nike SB versions crushing the resale market to the high-volume general release black and white pairs that are inescapable. The Nike Dunk moment that started off this decade has been an enjoyable return to glory for the silhouette, but also just a little bit tiring. How much more do we really need?

Chris Gibbs, owner of Union LA, had the answer. His shop introduced this trio of passport-inspired Nike Dunk Lows this year, using them to channel the glory days of its first retro period around the turn of the century. The colorways echo ones like the “Argon” and “Pistachio” that collectors crossed borders for in the early 2000s. They also eschew their anticedents to an extent, though, hiding established colors under translucent materials so as not to present them as straight bringbacks. The Union x Nike Dunk Lows managed to make the Dunk different while also feeling familiar. In 2022, that’s not an easy feat. 

1. Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Release Date: 2022
Price: $126,500 (Average Auction Price)

No sneaker collaboration better epitomizes how ambitious Virgil Abloh was in his work than the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1. When the shoes were unveiled at Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2022 men’s show last summer, Abloh had already conquered hype footwear. He’d written a new design language with The Ten, his instant-classic debut with Nike from 2017, and extended his Swoosh work from there to include regular releases on a wide range of silhouettes. He rebuilt the Air Jordan 5, brought Uptowns to museums, and multiplied the Dunk by 50. But for Abloh, that wasn’t enough.

His most impressive work in terms of scale and execution is the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1, which brought together the French house and the world’s biggest sneaker company for the first time. They came first via a charity auction at Sotheby’s of an exclusive colorway in February, with more arriving at LV stores this summer. Collaborations between sportswear brands and designer labels are increasingly common, but Abloh’s made more sense than any, its story of sampling and Black fashion entrepreneurship stretching back decades. The Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 is a hype sneaker rich in heritage, riffing on references from Dapper Dan to Canal St to A Bathing Ape. 

 

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This is the most popular sneaker in America

This is the most popular sneaker in America

The Nike Air Force 1 — the iconic sneaker that debuted nearly 40 years ago and has been seen on the likes of everyone from Victoria Beckham to Justin Timberlake — tops the list of the most searched for sneakers in 2021, according to an analysis from ebay of 32 brands of sneakers over the past four years. And for its part, research firm NPD also found the Nike Air Force was hot: Its data showed that the Nike Air Force 1 Low was the best-selling sneaker in America for the first half of 2021. We’re highlighting some of the most popular sneakers in America, so you can find the perfect fit for a gift this holiday season.

 

MOST POPULAR SNEAKER IN AMERICA

Nike Air Force 1

This is the most popular sneaker in America - Nike Air Force 1

The “Nike Air Force 1 comes out on top in every single state as the most popular and searched for iconic sneaker in 2021,” according to eBay. It come in women’s, men’s and kids; high-tops, medium and low-tops; and a variety of colors. Though not all colors and sizes are available now, some can ship in time for the holidays.

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HIGHEST INCREASE IN SEARCHES

Nike Dunk

This is the most popular sneaker in America - Nike Dunk

The Nike Dunk, which has seen the highest increase in searches over the past four years, ranked No. 2 on holiday wish lists, according to the eBay report. It’s the fastest-growing sneaker when it comes to popularity, outpacing the Nike Air Huarache, Vans Sk8-Hi and Adidas Stan Smith, the report suggests.

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TOP 10 BESTSELLER

Adidas NMD R1

This is the most popular sneaker in America - Adidas NMD R1

Adidas was the second most-searched sneaker brand, eBay found when looking at the broad brand searches. And NPD revealed that in particular, the Adidas NMD R1, was in the top-selling athletic footwear for the first half of 2021. It comes in men’s, women’s and kid’s and a variety of colors and patterns.

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TOP 10 BESTSELLER

Brooks Ghost 13

This is the most popular sneaker in America - Brooks Ghost 13

These running shoes landed on NPD’s best-seller list and come in both men’s and women’s and in a variety of colors.

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RETRO

Chuck Taylor All Star

This is the most popular sneaker in America - Chuck Taylor All Star

eBay notes that across “42 states, Converse is one of the sneaker brands most on the rise in search, especially in locations like Rhode Island, Arizona, New Jersey, Montana and Illinois.” The Chuck Taylor All Star comes in myriad colors, high tops and low tops, and in men’s, women’s and kids varieties. 

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TRENDING

Vans Canvas Sk8-HI Tapered

This is the most popular sneaker in America - Vans Canvas Sk8-HI Tapered

This deconstructed iteration of a lace-up high top includes a fitted silhouette made with canvas and Van’s signature rubber waffle soles. The sneaker comes in a classic white, black, grey, and in prints like floral and stars among others. They’re available in both men’s and women’s.

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New Balance Fresh Foam Cruzv1 Reissue

This is the most popular sneaker in America - New Balance Fresh Foam Cruzv1 Reissue

Comfort meets style with this sneaker. It’s made with a well-cushioned foam sole that molds to your foot and soft knit material to offer an extra layer of support. The slip on, light-weight sneaker comes in five colors. 

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TOP 10 BESTSELLER

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 21

This is the most popular sneaker in America - Brooks Adrenaline GTS 21

These running shoes landed on NPD’s best-seller list and come in both men’s and women’s and in a variety of colors.

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