10 Sneakers To Have In Your Collection

By Nick Psarros…

Easy to rock with any of nod’s gear, here are some sneakers everyone should own (in no particular order).

adidas Ultra Boosts

The adidas Ultra Boost has been dubbed as the best running shoe ever by the brand. Combining performance with a casual look, the ultra boost is an essential sneaker.

Asics Gel Lyte III

Originally released in 1990, the Gel Lyte III has become an urban must-have for sneakerheads.

Air Jordan 3

The sneaker that saved Nike. As Michael Jordan was planning to terminate his contract with Nike and jump to adidas, this sneaker was designed and the rest is history. Looks aesthetically pleasing brand new and beat up.

New Balance 998

If you are to own a pair of New Balance sneakers, the 998 is the pair for you. The pigskin suede upper and Abzorb midsole provide amazing quality for your feet.

Nike Air Force 1

An icon of Nike. One of Nikes greatest and most well remembered designs. An all white staple in your collection.

adidas Yeezy Boost 350

The most hyped and popular shoe of 2015. Designed by Kanye West, this sneaker has been released in limited numbers. The 350 boost is a must have… if you are brave enough to camp out, lucky enough to win a raffle or willing to drop major dollars to cop a pair through resell.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star

A classic sneaker. Originally released in 1917, the simple design is still worn by many today.

Air Jordan 1

The sneaker that started the Air Jordan legacy. Hitting retail stores in ’85, the sneaker sold out instantly and continues to be worn to this day.

adidas NMD

The very latest from adidas Originals. Known as the urban nomads shoe as the NMD is functionally innovative and built to withstand the elements of the city.

Nike Flyknit Racer

Designed as a running sneaker for athletes four years ago, the shoe has quickly become a fashion sneaker due to is sleek design.

Thanks to Flight Club for the sneaker images.

What is your favourite sneaker?




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