Men’s shoes were not always Jordan’s and Nike’s. Over 40,000 years ago men’s shoes resembled sandals or moccasins. Women and Men’s shoes looked very similar through fashions and materials differed among social classes. For common folk shoes were heavy and black leather heels and for aristocrats the same shape was crafted but out of wood.
Lets move forward and lets add some diversity to your closets fellas. Break away from the Chuck Taylor’s, Pierce Sneaker and your Yeezys. Make sure to shop these sneaker styles for your closet in Autumn /winter 2019 and 2020.
Three Quarter mid hiking runner: Tyre sole This pattern reworks the classic runner offering a classic feel and style. The outer sole evolves last season’s directions.
Fabric & Details: Ripped and static combinations update knit socks, while the textured rubber panels provide heel and toe support. Rope inspired laces make the design’s outdoor feel. The three quarter mid hiking runner is a great shoe for running, training and trekking.
Air Mid Scuba Sock: The scuba sock has been around seasons and continues to be an uptrend creating a technical look for sneaker silhouettes . The scuba bootie gets a revamp with bubble soles that provides lightweight comfort.
Fabric & Details: Mismatched blocked knits with water resistant treatments protect the foot and leg. Concealed zip fastening insulate from wind and water weathers. Air bubble pockets applied to midsole cushion the foot during extreme activities. This shoe is great for everyday wear and sailing.
Spring sole Military Hi-Top: As engineered spring components gain momentum, the spring sole offers modern and technical benefits to established military shapes.
Fabric & Details: Cracked and peeled leathers and films created a rugged look. Experiment with boa lacing mechanisms for easy adjustability. Cutout panels on the heel and forefoot add spring effects reducing fatigue.
Low Mountaineering Shoe: Laced from the toe to the top of the tongue, this long laced style works well for extreme outdoor activities. The style of the mountaineering shoe provides a new shape to the explorer low.
Fabric & Details: The ballistic nylon sock and flat matte leather upper form a minimalist look for this technical design. Cleated lugs and rubber heel and toe panels boost extra tractions for horizontal and vertical surfaces.
Concealed outdoor Mid: The concealed outdoor mid shelters the foot from terrain, water and wind. Ideal for extreme training conditions, the design offers a sporty alternative to the hiking boot.
Fabric & Details: The outdoor ready nubuck overlay and velcro straps secure the ankle an leg. The heat sealed zip provides added protection.
Now after you have this list what will your shoe choice be? Lets hear what you have to say in the comments.