Saturday, 8 April 2017

Top 100 Best Sneakers 2017 | What is the most affordable price for good Sneakers (Compare)

What is the most affordable price for good Sneakers (Compare)
In one article we will tell you about all the best sneakers for April 2017
SHOES ARE THE CURRENCY OF COOL
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DC Shoes Astor

If you ever ventured into a Journeys in middle school, there's a good chance you remember DC Shoes as purveyors of chunky, heavily-padded skate shoes that weren't exactly the definition of timeless style. But in 2017, the company is making a play for the masses with the release of the Astor, a sleek and minimal kick that deserves a spot in any stylish guy's sneaker rotation.
DC Shoes Astor

That said, the Astor also maintains a skate-able design thanks to DC’s IMPACT-I technology, which is good news for those who actually use skate products for skate purposes. But thanks to their pared down design these kicks are equally as prepared to take on slim jeans or even a suit. Our favorite detail? The white leather upper—which actually is a just ever-so-slightly off-white hue—that features a pebble leather, giving the shoes a more casual, less sporty feel.



It's also pretty much impossible to go wrong with an all-white sneaker upper atop a gum sole, which keeps the kicks looking clean and simple without coming across as too hospital-ready—despite the fact that nurse-ish shoes like Reebok Classics seem to be having a moment right now. But ultimately what we love most about the DC Shoes Astor sneaker is that a time when menswear is seemingly obsessed with all things from the 1990s, it's refreshing to see a brand successful join the rest of us in 2017.


Adidas Originals Gazelle Primeknit

The Adidas Gazelle is up there with the Stan Smith, the Samba, and the Superstar as one of the classic Adidas sneaker silhouettes. And the Gazelle now comes in a snazzy new Primeknit version.
Adidas Originals Gazelle Primeknit
Right now the Adidas Primeknit Gazelles are only available overseas, and we're not sure just yet when they'll be landing at stores stateside (it should be very soon, however). That said, you can scoop up a pair right now from across the pond at stores like JD Sports if you don't want to wait. They go for a little more than an average pair of Adidas Gazelles (around $110 once you do the conversion versus $80), but for that extra dose of style and breathability, it's a small price to pay.

Reebok InstaPump Fury x Vetements

Reebok InstaPump Fury x Vetements
The Reebok InstaPump Fury is an ugly shoe. To anyone with two working eyes, this should be indisputable. And yet, nearly 25 years after it was first released, the shoe has become not only the most popular ugly sneaker in the world, but a favorite amongst the world's coolest designers for collaborations.
The InstaPump Fury was born during Reebok’s trippy, experimental phase—the late '80s into the early '90s. Reebok was aggressively pushing its new, if somewhat goofy, Pump innovations in sometimes ill-advised ways. (Including endorsements: As nasty as Dee Brown's no-look jam in the 1991 dunk contest was, it was never gonna get Reebok Pumps moving like Air Jordans.) The InstaPump Fury was the most WTF of them all: a Frankenstein of various technologies lifted from some of Reebok's most innovative products, sewn and glued together, then jolted into life as a mutated, anti-modernist concept. Even the name, "InstaPump Fury," sounds less like a shoe and more like a SuperSoaker model. It challenged all running shoe—hell, footwear—conventions.

Nike UltraForce 1

Nike UltraForce 1
Nike's Air Force 1 is probably the quintessential Nike shoe. We love the way Nike is finding new and creative ways to update the style year after year. Late last year they introduced the Nike Special Field Air Force 1, an army boot-sneaker mash-up that delivered on function and style so much that they sold out instantly and are currently going for $500 on the aftermarket. Now the brand has unveiled the UltraForce 1, another boot-sneaker hybrid that doesn't pack quite as much military vibe, but a modern, cozy, easy-to-wear sock-like upper.
The other colorway, a sand hue, is exactly the kind of sneaker that'll deliver you through the grimness of the next few months while being lightweight enough to be your go-to well into spring. They've also got added breathability in the upper for when things get steamy, though they're more of a transitional option than the Flyknit Air Force 1s which debuted last year. We know that summer seems like just a distant dream these days but will be here before you know it. Is that wishful thinking? Maybe, but sometimes buying a pair of sneakers in anticipation for the warmer months is all you need to shake off those winter blues.

Aime Leon Dore

Aime Leon Dore
These Aimé Leon Dore kicks are beautiful enough to make guys who buy their kicks at the mall jealous, with their pared down upper, slightly-thicker sole, gold eyelets, and best of all deep burgundy suede that elevate them from everyday beaters to special occasion go-tos. These aren't the sneakers you should be wearing in the post-snow sludge of a major city, but at the totally reasonable price of $255 are also chill enough to be worn with jeans and a bomber jacket without you freaking out about every bit of moisture that they may encounter.
ALD founder Teddy Santis is a man who loves nothing more than geeking out about the packaging and delivery of his products (ALD look books essentially look like millennial wet dreams), which is why each pair doesn't just come fully-loaded with quality parts you can see, but a full leather lining inside the shoe in addition to a custom set of shoe trees and dust bag. The shoe trees, while certainly good for the longevity of the sneakers, are actually what make these sneakers feel like proper shoes when you bust them out of their box. For decades guys have been treating their brand new basketball sneakers like the most precious things in their wardrobe, but with kicks as nice as these, you get a pair that gives itself a little bit of self-love, too.

M.Gemi Sneakers

M.Gemi Sneakers
M.Gemi sells its shoes directly to consumers instead of third party retailers. In other words, if they did things the old school way, you could expect these sneakers to retail for at least $600. Now, look—we know nothing can beat the real thing, and sometimes a $900 splurge on sneakers is just what the soul needs. But the quality and brighter hue options like a burnt orange are as real as it gets. Point is, these M.Gemi sneakers will still get you all the compliments of a shoe that's a lot more expensive.
Some sneakers are crazy expensive right now. Sure, there are still a ton of great options on the lower end, but more and more, it's become "normal" to spot a pair of six, seven, even eight hundred dollar kicks when scrolling through the latest offerings on sites like Mr Porter or Matchesfashion.com. To be clear, there's nothing inherently wrong with springing for the best designer sneakers on the market if you've got the dough. (In fact, we encourage that kind of next-level flexing from time to time.) But the name of the game for most guys is finding a pair of sneakers that look expensive but don't require a small business loan to pay for. Enter these beautiful handmade sneakers from M.Gemi.

Nike x Acronym Presto
Nike x Acronym Presto

Errolson Hugh and his highly technical label Acronym made a version of the Presto that's a little wacky, a little scary, but a lot super cool. The version you see here is just one of three colorways that the Acronym Flyknit comes in, a black-and-army-green style that perfectly balances Nike's sportiness with the rugged, industrial quality of Acronym's infinitely pocketed and zippered ergonomic designs.

Vault by Vans x Our Legacy Half Cab

Vault by Vans x Our Legacy Half Cab
These Half Cabs belong to a bigger, broader range made in collaboration with Vans that includes hoodies, coaches jackets, and T-shirts as well more spins on the sneaker brand's iconic silhouettes, all rendered in a pared-down color scheme of orange, white, and black. But if you're looking to get the one piece that's going to instantly overhaul any outfit and let people know you know what's up, then this is the pair you need right now.

Common Projects
Common Projects

The sneaker market is flooded with riffs on streamlined, minimalist-leaning white leather kicks, but Common Projects did it first with their Original Achilles Low model in 2004 and they did it best.

New Balance x Concepts 990CPT2 "Tyrian"
New Balance x Concepts 990CPT2 "Tyrian"

Officially dubbed the New Balance x Concepts 990CPT2 "Tyrian," the sneaker draws inspiration not from Game Of Thrones (although, that could be dope too), but from an old school hue of purple that hundreds of years ago was made through extracting a natural purple dye from sea snails. And back (way, way back) in the day, only kings and queens could afford to wear purple. Luckily for you, you need not be a monarch to pick up the $220 sneakers.

Nike VaporMax All-Black
Nike VaporMax All-Black

The Nike VaporMax with its radical new design and made-in-USA soles is just what Nike needs to get back to its dominant ways in the sneaker industry.

The Air Jordan 1 Royal 2001
The Air Jordan 1 Royal 2001

Since 1985, the Air Jordan 1 Royal has only been re-released four times: 1994, 2001, 2013, and on April 1, 2017. And while the new one's good, it's still the 2001 rerelease that is still the best version of the iconic sneaker.

Converse Chuck Taylor II x Babylon
Converse Chuck Taylor II x Babylon

The latest company to partner with Converse is Babylon, a skate brand out of Los Angeles, who just released a fresh take on the Chuck II that does what any good collaboration should: adds something to the shoe's design but doesn't diminish its wearability.

Kaws Air Jordan 4
Kaws Air Jordan 4

These are a big deal and easily one of the top Jordan releases of 2017 (yes, already). Even with their high price tag (a steal for a piece of Kaws anything, really, compared to the sky-high prices his art commands), make no doubt that these gray suede spins on the classic silhouette from 1989 are worth the money.

The 2017 Air Max 1
The 2017 Air Max 1

The 2017 Air Max 1 is actually a near carbon copy of the version released in 1987. Back is the original toe shape, the three-piece tongue, and even the original box, all of which are sure to make Air Max purists happy. (Not provided are a Predator poster, or even a Guns N' Roses cassette tape.) The one thing that not even Nike could bring back about the original? The price. While the original Air Max 1 retailed for $75, the new version will be $140.

NikeLab Dunk Hi x COMME des GARCONS
NikeLab Dunk Hi x COMME des GARCONS

The Dunk is one of Nike's most classic silhouettes, up there with the Air Jordan 1 and Air Force 1 as a style that any guy can wear with just about anything. And to give it a true Comme des Garçons touch would require that the kick become something it's never been: see-through.

New Balance M991

New Balance M991
Aesthetically, these sneakers represent the fashion-dad vibe that's getting more popular by the day in sneakers and apparel. They've got a suede and nylon mixed upper, gray accents, and the perfect navy blue hue that channels heritage without being so old-timey. But at $205 retail, these made-in-England 991s are more expensive than your average New Balance sneaker.

Adidas Futurecraft MFG
Adidas Futurecraft MFG

A Primeknit upper running shoe with a Boost sole, the Futurecraft MFG has become a reality. (Albeit a small one, with only 500 pairs made.) And all of that is thanks to Adidas's game-changing manufacturing process called Speedfactory.

Vans SK-8 Hi Lightweight Suede
Vans SK-8 Hi Lightweight Suede

Formally dubbed the Vans Vault Reissue Old Skool Lite and Vans Vault Reissue SK8-Hi Lite, these sneakers are done up in solid colors that streamline the already classic sneakers to be the perfect outfit complements.

Gosha Rubchinskiy x Fila Original Tennis
Gosha Rubchinskiy x Fila Original Tennis

FILA's latest release might be a hit with hypebeasts and menswear fans alike. The brand worked with streetwear-leaning Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy / Гоша Рубчинский (российский дизайнер) n a fresh silhouette that's certainly retro-tinged but ultimately looks right for right now.

Nike Special Force 1s
Nike Special Force 1s

The Special Field AF1 is a shit-kicking boot and a court-ready high-top rolled into one killer sneaker.

Coach Hi-Top Sneakers
Coach Hi-Top Sneakers

Coach might not be the first brand that comes to mind when you think of "dope sneakers." But the storied leathergoods brand has been on a tear in the menswear game of late thanks to its new Creative Director Stuart Vevers, who has an ongoing love affair with shearling—at a reasonable price point, no less—that has set the brand apart from its wallets-and-bags past.

Helmut Lang Heritage Sneakers
Helmut Lang Heritage Sneakers

While some pared-down kicks, like Common Projects, take out all bells and whistles during the design process, Helmut Lang's new olive green sneakers pile on multiple materials while maintaining a similar minimalist look. The color, silhouette, even reinforced details echo the house's past military-inspired pieces.

Yeezy Boost 350 V2
Yeezy Boost 350 V2

There are more ways than ever to scoop up these brand new Yeezys (in their first gray/gray/orange colorway), from apps to raffles and even a couple straightforward online releases. (Of course if you're a celeb, Kim and Kanye may just send you a pair.)

Nike LunarCharge
Nike LunarCharge

While the LunarCharge's real strength is its roots in classic styles—which make it appropriate for everything from sweats to slim jeans—ultimately the shoe is fit for today because people can't seem to get enough of the performance-wear aesthetic.

Converse Pro Leather Suede
Converse Pro Leather Suede

The Pro Leather has received a luxury upgrade via a new suede design and Nike Lunaron insole (for added comfort) that make them one our favorite sneakers. Particularly in this rusty orange hue (they also come in gray, blue, and yellow), they channel the season in a subtle way.

Balenciaga Trainer
Balenciaga Trainer

Balenciaga transitioned from the slick minimalist gym gear designs of Alexander Wang to a more normcore-inspired, fashion-forward (way forward at times) aesthetic of Vetements' Demna Gvasalia.

Adidas Futurecraft Runner
Adidas Futurecraft Runner
Like the FutureCraft MFG and Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 before it, the shoe is essentially a signal for what could be possible in the future. In a few years, Adidas hopes that one will be able to walk into a store, get your foot scanned, and exit with a custom pair of sneakers that have been 3D printed for your specific needs.

Adidas Ultra Boost
Adidas Ultra Boost
The popular running shoe style just got introduced in an off-white colorway, perfect for tonal dusty swagger all year long.

Brunello Cucinelli Leather and Sneakers
Brunello Cucinelli Leather and Sneakers

At first glance, these shoes are just another white leather tennis shoe with a gray tongue. But seeing them up close allows you to truly appreciate their quality. That white leather? It's actually perforated suede. And that gray tongue? It's made of the finest Italian leather in the world, which ultimately means that even if they're not dress shoes, they'll break in like them.

Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit
Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit

The Air Force 1 Flyknit weighs exactly half as much as the originals. Frankly, they're less basketball-ready than ever, sporting a new streamlined look that makes the sometimes clunky kicks seem more tuned into the streets of 2016. But, like its elders, the new version—seen here in pared-down black/black and vibrant multi-color/black colorways—is stylish and pretty much wearable with anything.

Vans x Raised By Wolves Old Skool and Sk-8 Hi
Vans x Raised By Wolves Old Skool and Sk-8 Hi
Raised by Wolves, a Montreal-based streetwear label, teamed up with its local sneaker store, Off The Hook, on two luxified versions of the Vans Sk-8 Hi and Old Skool. While both sneakers have long been staples at skate parks and California boardwalks, thanks to some seriously upgraded materials (we're talking suede and full-grain leather in place of canvas) and well-placed zippers, these feel more like the kind of kicks that are built to impress in say, Central Park.

J.Crew x New Balance 998 Butterscotch
J.Crew x New Balance 998 Butterscotch
Dubbed the "Butter Scotch," these kicks feature basically every brown hue under the sun. There's coffee brown suede, tan suede details, and chocolate brown leather accents. And though all-tan sneakers are having a very serious (perhaps too big) moment these days, these 997s actually look totally new. Plus, who ever said you're only allow to wear brown sneakers during the Pumpkin Spice months of the year?

Air Jordan 1 Letterman
Air Jordan 1 Letterman

Basketball legend Michael Jordan appeared on the David Letterman's late-night show and the rest is sneakerhead history. 30 years later, at least it spawned a dope sneaker.

Nike Flyknit Presto
Nike Flyknit Presto
Today sock-like sneakers are nothing new, but now Nike has updated the Presto with one of its other super revolutionary, game-changing designs—Flyknit. The result is a sneaker that's practically built for wearing sans socks during the summer with a pair of lightweight chinos, or if you're big on the athleisure look, with some half-calf-length socks and a pair of pared-down techy shorts.

Bottega Veneta Hiking Sneakers
Bottega Veneta Hiking Sneakers
This particular pair of fresh footwear—with its running shoe sole and boot upper—pulls double duty. It's a natural fit anchoring a topcoat and cargos for right now, or once the whether isn't quite so arctic, some chinos and a sweater. Their bold color scheme is a total throwback to 1980s hiking boots, bright orange laces included. But thanks to their running shoe DNA, they've got a modern, more streamlined look.

Nike HyperAdapt 1.0
Nike HyperAdapt 1.0
The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, a running shoe that self-laces, providing what Nike deems an unprecedented level of comfort. Apparently all this futuristic tech, not to mention that time and effort that went into its development, means the sneaker comes with a hefty price—the shoes will retail for $720, making them one of the most expensive Nike sneakers ever.

Ami Paneled Sneaker
Ami Paneled Sneaker
Ami has mastered the perfect balance of old and new as well as minimalist and sporty. In other words, though they're inspired by 1970s track shoes, these sneakers don't come standard with a pair of short shorts, nor are they so futuristic that you'll arrive to dinner looking like a sci-fi movie

Vans x J.Crew Slip-On Suede
Vans x J.Crew Slip-On Suede
A muted spin on the iconic black-and-white checkerboard Vans, these kicks feature an embossed suede upper with some serious high-end vibes similar to, say, Bottega Veneta's $600 take on the style. (That's a good thing for your style cred and your wallet.) As for how to wear 'em, they're a no-brainer with a pair of dark denim right now (hot take on cold weather style: slip-on Vans actually look really cool in winter when worn with your best topcoat) and will be your go-to's all summer long.

Reebok x Gosha Rubchinkskiy Phase 1 Pro
Reebok x Gosha Rubchinkskiy Phase 1 Pro

Гоша Рубчинский (российский дизайнер)
Worn by trend-setting rappers like A$AP Rocky, Wiz Khalifa, and even Kanye West, Rubchinskiy's aesthetic is a mix of graphic, retro athletic uniform inspiration and gritty spins on '90s staples like acid washed jeans.

Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost ZG
Adidas Y-3 Pure Boost ZG

Dubbed the Y-3 PureBoost ZG Primeknit sneakers, these kicks come pre-loaded with head-turning potential thanks to their black/white mixed Primeknit upper. But it's that same lightweight construction, which means these basically are the perfect sneaker for walking around the city for hours or, if you're really feeling stunt-tastic, even for the gym.

Vans x Opening Ceremony Easter Pack
Vans x Opening Ceremony Easter Pack
As any style-aware guy knows, these days pink is hardly taboo in a man's wardrobe (though we admit, when it comes to sneakers, an all-pink style still makes a bold statement). In an era when all-white kicks—even Damn Daniel's beloved all-white Vans—have hit peak popularity, some bubble-gum vibes are a welcome addition to your warm-weather off-duty look

Sandro x Superga 2750 Tennis
Sandro x Superga 2750 Tennis
You're probably familiar with Superga as the canvas sneakers stylish guys from Milan to Minneapolis love, but what makes these new kicks different from is that they're crafted from a light-wash denim upper. We know they seem like they are trying to send you down a slippery slope of Canadian tuxedo-dome, but we happen to think they're some of the coolest summer kicks you can get your hands on before Memorial Day hits.

Golden Goose Ball Distressed Sneakers
Golden Goose Ball Distressed Sneakers
If these shoes look familiar, it's because they borrow from many classic basketball sneakers you already know and love. Of course, that's nothing new, but with Golden Goose's Italian roots comes a heap of sophistication and style.

Adidas Climacool 1
Adidas Climacool 1
Even better, unlike Adidas's insanely popular and uber-modern NMDs and Yeezys, the Climacools are actually available to purchase without a raffle or near heart attack right now.

New Balance x Wings and Horns 580
New Balance x Wings and Horns 580

In 2014, the Canadian fleece experts at Wings + Horns put their spin on the chunky-soled New Balance 580. They were done up in a stealthy black leather with a snow-ready sole, and the sneaker community answered with unanimous applause (meaning the kicks sold out, instantly). Now our creative neighbors to the north are back, collaborating with the Boston-based sneaker label and tackling the silhouette once again.

NikeLab x Olivier Rousteing Free Hypervenom 2

NikeLab x Olivier Rousteing Free Hypervenom 2
But the biggest thing separating these from any other pair of weekend-ready Nikes is their most eye-catching feature—the gold prints. A gold heel print would be a bold move on its own, but an oversize gold swoosh? That's what makes these kicks truly worthy of fashion royalty.

Converse All-Star Modern

Converse All-Star Modern
Most of what makes the All-Star so special is in its simplicity. But the HTM squad took that simplicity to a futuristic level, essentially crafting the Ex Machina house version of a All-Star.

Air Jordan XII Flu Game
Air Jordan XII Flu Game
Design-wise, the shoes stand up to the test of time. Their "Rising Sun"-inspired design, of course, looks less space age than it did in '97, while the tumbled leather upper and classic Bulls colorway make these one of the most street-ready Air Jordans of all-time.

Adidas x Kanye West Yeezy Boost 750
Adidas x Kanye West Yeezy Boost 750
These latest Yeezy 750s feature a gray suede upper and a gum sole, rendering them a perfect fit for Kanye's ongoing obsession with earthy tones mashed up with unique silhouettes. But, perhaps in a nod to the "old Kanye" and his Nike Air Yeezys, these new kicks feature a glow-in-the-dark sole. Mr. West, your "38-year-old 8-year-old" is showing...

Fear Of God Military Sneakers

Fear Of God Military Sneakers
While these ultra hi-tops retail for a price that might actually put the fear of god in you ($1,095), take into account that they're a completely fresh amalgamation of multiple influences, built from the ground up by an independent label.

Fabrice Tardieu Hi Tops
Fabrice Tardieu Hi Tops
Put that design on a classic sneaker sole (tweaked ever so slightly with a sharktooth bottom for a dash more flair), and you've got a shoe that's ready for jeans, trousers, and even a slim black suit.

Adidas NMD City Sock Wool

Adidas NMD City Sock Wool
The latest hype-generating NMD is this City Sock "Core Black," which ditches laces altogether in favor of an incredibly modern, ninja-like aesthetic.

Gosha Rubchinkskiy x Vans Half Cab

Gosha Rubchinkskiy  / Гоша Рубчинский (российский дизайнер) x Vans Half Cab
As far as skate sneakers go, Vans has more classic than any other brand. But The Half Cab has perhaps the most interesting story than any other Vans sneaker. Its very inception was an accident: In 1989, the brand introduced Steve Caballero's first signature sneaker, but soon noticed that skateboarders were cutting them down from the top to minimize bulk. In turn, they simply issued a mid-top version of the sneaker, and called it the Half Cab. Since then, the original Cabaellero has more or less been phased out while the Half Cab remains one of Vans' most popular styles.

Raf Simons x Adidas Spirit

Raf Simons x Adidas Spirit
You could wear these sneakers with some other Raf Simons pieces, from his grail-level fishtail parkas to his just-released oversized sweaters, but the GQ-est move would be to rock 'em with the thing that first got Raf attention in the '90s—a slim black suit.

Daniel Patrick Hi Tops

Daniel Patrick Hi Tops
What we love about this sneaker is that it isn't some space ship just for the sake of it. It is, however, a unique version of a Chuck Taylor meets a Raf Simons Vandal for the modern man.

Fear Of God x Vans Sk8-Hi
Fear Of God x Vans Sk8-Hi
With the skater look now in full effect across the menswear world (and Vans seemingly more popular than ever), you may have just found the perfect fit for your new, more chilled-out fitting jeans or trousers. Just make sure you get to your local PacSun soon before these rarified kicks are sold out.

Del Toro x Superga

Del Toro x Superga
Even a casual glance through one's Instagram is bound to turn up at least one athlete or celebrity sporting some bold and colorful Del Toro shoes, whether it's the label's incredibly popular chukka boot sneakers, velvet slippers, or low-top sneakers.

Puma Suede Classics
Puma Suede Classics
It doesn’t get much more old school than suede Pumas. Launched in 1968, they became famous when MC Shaun rapped about them in the ’80s from the Queensbridge projects.
So if you haven’t guessed by now I’m a huge fan of old school kicks. It doesn’t get much more old school than suede Pumas. Launched in 1968, they became famous when MC Shaun rapped about them in the ’80s from the Queensbridge projects. Shaun rocked a blue and a red together back in the day but feel free to wear a matching pair. I love these in blue or try some from the archive series, which comes in nine colors now and will be available in three more this summer.





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