Originally an indoor sports shoe, Puma releases a white navy combination of its Puma Top Winner. These are made of white leather and nubuck with a navy colored Puma streak, as well as a gum rubber sole. These should be preferable to all who admire Puma’s vintage designs, or for those in need of something for those indoor soccer games.
The Adidas Gazelle is certainly one of the more popular and highly admired shoes in the Adidas archives, if not all of sneakers. The sleek and subtle style of this decades old design continues to inspire and is as relevant as it was when it first debuted. This blue and white edition should be no different. Coming in a blue suede with a vulcanized rubber sole, white laces and white stripes, this simplistic design still manages to stay true to the original while still coming off as a bit alternative.
The Nike Tennis Classic AC ND White/Sail-Navy Blue is not much different then the other Nike Tennis drops from last year. This time Nike utilizes another simple colorway and a few new materials. The only bit of color on this shoe is the blue used on the heel tab. And the difference in materials is the white pebbled leather used this time instead of the regular leather used in previous designs.
Vans releases this pair Vans 106’s in a cream/white color combination. The sneaker uses canvas and applies a vulcanized sole since the shoe is originally a skate shoe. In this case however, these would be fitting for almost any casual situation.
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It seems like everytime you open up a GQ or an Esquire these days their style guide is trying to sell you on a pair of white canvas sneakers to use to dress down your office wear for some after-work party or a Saturday morning stroll. I know what you’re thinking: “Heyyy, not a bad idea…” You’re right! It’s not! But the problem with those style tips (if you’re a Nikehead) is that they always show you some pair of Adidas or some obscure Euro brand that looks a little bit too pointed to be comfortable.
Enter the Nike All Court with the A.P.C. minimalist touch. This isn’t the first time Nike got together with the renowned French denim specialists, but in this go around with a rubber toe and a leather heel tab the two have brought you exactly what you needed to pull of that ever pressing sartorial look: the end of the day suit with white sneakers.
Breathe easy Nike enthusiasts, loosen up your tie and check out A.P.C. at their online shop to pick up a pair.
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