Your essential guide to this autumn’s best sneakers

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    Your essential guide to this autumn’s best sneakers

    2021 has been another renaissance year for sneakers, the hype on Nike Dunks is refusing to slow down, while sneaker brand collaborations continue to raise the bar for creativity and style. From contemporary fashion brands like Jeremy Scott, Ambush and Fragment, to artists and musicians like Travis Scott, Billie Eilish and Jaden Smith – the sneaker world can’t get enough of collaborations. 

    But aside from the hype, a strong theme has emerged across the board in the past year or so, sustainability is finally beginning to be embraced by all major shoe makers. Many brands are reducing packaging wastage and using recycled materials in the construction of their boxes, as well as their footwear. Most of the hottest sneakers will be like gold dust to pick up, so our guide is a mix of kicks that range in hype and exclusivity.

    Vans x Horror Collection

    To mark Halloween season, Vans has partnered with Warner Bros. to create a collection of shoes inspired by some of Hollywood’s most iconic scary movies. Vans’ most recognisable silhouettes are all featured in the collab, including the Vans Era slip-ons, Vans SK8-Hi’s and Sliders. Each shoe is adorned with graphics paying homage to horror movie’s creepiest characters such as the terrifying twins from The Shining; IT’s balloon, Jason from Friday the 13th, Freddy Krueger and more.

    Price: £65-£95 | Vans

    Nike Air Force 1 Low “Skeleton” 

    The first Air Force 1 Low “Skeleton” shoe dropped in 2018 and due to its popularity, Nike followed up with Black and Orange iterations. This year, Nike resurrects this hot design again, but in a delicious court purple colourway. The laces are a matching purple, accented by a silver AF-1 branded dubrae. The same foot x-ray graphic covers the medial portion of the shoe and along with both the entire base of the shoe, they retain their eye-catching glow in the dark finish. These are a bold choice, but a classic pair that is bound to attract attention.

    Price: £125 | Nike | StockX

    Dr. Martens x Herschel Supply 

    Not sneakers, I know. But the first ever collaboration between Dr. Martens and Herschel Supply has produced some footwear that is worth a strong recommendation. This inaugural collab sees the creation of two pairs of fine footwear; the light-but-rugged Combs II boot (£139) and the Reeder shoe (£119). Made from black weather-resistant CORDURA ballistic nylon and full grain WP Leather, with reflective detailing on their tongues, these are perfect for cold short days and long winter nights. Other features include an oversized red AirWair heel loop, which makes it easier to pull these on over thick socks. They also feature brushed silver lace hooks, contrasted by black eyelets. Braided black and white laces, co-branded insoles and Dr. Martens’ signature yellow welt stitching along the top of their smoke tract outsoles to complete the look. Whether you prefer the boot or the shoe, you can’t go wrong with the level of quality and comfort on offer here.

    Published at Wed, 20 Oct 2021 16:43:00 +0000

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