Vintage Sneakers that have Made A Comeback
Sneakers have become one of the most used footwear by men in recent years. Rare is the case of a shoemaker who does not have at least one pair, either for sports or to wear on a day-to-day basis. But sneakers are not just comfortable running and walking shoes; They have become an object of desire that some already collect. Those responsible are sports brands such as Nike, Adidas, Reebok, Puma or Converse, which have entered a competition to launch novelties for our feet. The latest sensation is being caused by collaborations and limited editions, but there are models like Nike’s Air Jordan 1 or Adidas and Kanye West’s Yeezy, which sell out every time they release a new pair and end up tripling the price at resale. . But you don’t have to go to second-hand websites or sweepstakes to find best-selling shoes. In fact, sports brands have classic models that they continue to have in permanent stock, which are still in demand like the first day.
Vintage sneakers , those that have remained unchanged over time; and of the retro sneakers, those that reissue classic models with minimal alterations that update their silhouette and improve their design. This is the case of the Nike Cortez, the Club C 85 by Reebok or the Gazelle by Adidas, sneakers with a long history of famous and stylish men who have worn them time and time again. At the same time, we are experiencing a resurgence of the sneakers inspired by the 80s, as well as the high-top sneakers that were worn by both basketball players and glam rock singers of the time, which is why brands of sports that were triumphing at that time, such as Diadora or Fila. Has nostalgia entered you? Well, here are retro and vintage sneakers for men that have become fashionable again. Already available in the most modern shoemakers and hispsters around the world and surely stored in a closet in your parents’ house. Who knows, maybe you will find more than one fashion treasure.
Converse Pride collection, designed by own members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Now available.
Inspired by the “More Color, More Pride” flag, first concepted and popularized by social justice advocate Amber Hikes, this collection adds black and brown stripes to the movement’s rainbow in celebration of diversity. Featuring Chuck 70 and Chuck Taylor All Star sneakers, with select Converse By YOU styles available for customization.
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