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The term sneakerhead is often associated with men in their mid-20s who frequently visited stores like Supreme and Aimee Leon Door and rose to prominence in hot designer releases like NBD. But I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to spend seven paychecks to know and love a good pair of secrets when you see them. I have dozens of sneakers in my closet and rarely spend more than $ 150 on a pair. The reason why? I choose classics that never go out of style, so when I buy a new pair, I can wear them year after year.
I have found a few brands that I can rely on the most to get high-quality shoes that are equally part conventional, unique and durable like hell. And of course no one is more reliable than Nike. Yes, when it comes to sneakers, the store is best known for its all-white Air Force 1s that you probably see on the street a few times a week (I don’t hate, these are versatile good shoes!) But as a shoe-obsessive We will challenge you to take a look at the other incredible styles that Nike has to offer. Seriously, you’ll be amazed to find something incredibly unique that specializes in budget and your own personal style.
There are some rules I would like to follow when I look for a new pair of Nikes. First, I ask myself if the shoes are in a style I don’t have. If I already have a chunky pair, I can go for skater shoes or a little more sports. Secondly, I would like to see if there is any style that comes in my favorite colorway or matches my closet a lot. One of my favorite pairs from Nike is the Black and Brown Air Max because they look so bad with everything I have. Third, I’ll check out the price tag. Again, I try not to spend more than $ 150 for a pair, but since these come from a brand that I know makes lasting kicks, I would consider going a little above budget if they fit my style, taste and needs.
I know it’s scary to go to a sneaker store when you feel like experts and style snobs are all around you, but trust me when I say every buyer is on the same boat. We are all just trying to find a great new shoe that will make us as beautiful as possible. To make your sneaker shopping easier, though, I’ve collected some on-trend Nikes that you can buy now. These include a pair of office-fitting low blazers, some Air Max 97s that will bring all the vintage vibes to your closet, and some low-top Jordan that will be the envy of any basketball fan.
Nike Air Max Plus
At the moment this is my absolute favorite pair of Nike. Nothing is smoother to me than a fresh pair of Air Max and these midnight blacks are hot. The second time you put them on, you’ll feel like an off-duty model who sets the trend after going out the door.
Nike Air Force 1 ’07
Listen, the Air Force 1s are popular for a reason. Get a pair that isn’t all white to keep away from the public. This brown and black colorway is my absolute favorite. Although it has some different shades of color, they are neutral enough not to collide with bright tops, dresses or pants. Let these shoes be your new neutral.
Nike Air Max 2021
Sporty Spice meets Posh Spice with this Air Max. They have air cushions that will make you feel like you are walking on clouds.
Nike Blazer Low ’77
Blazers are a type of retro-inspired shoe that will never, ever go out of style. Wear them with jeans, shorts, dresses, whatever you want, I don’t care! You’ll be cool to look at and your feet will feel comfortable এবং and that’s really important. Also, if you want to personalize a pair as a gift to yourself or someone else, Nike gives you the option to choose everything from the materials used to the color of the swoosh. That way, you can get a pair of shoes that no one else in the world has.
Nike Air Force 1 Shadow
This colorway reminds me of a classic Nick on a night show in the best way. It’s retro, fun and funny. This type of shoe you will wear and will be appreciated within minutes of going out.
Nike Air Max 97
Add these Air Max 97s to your chunky shoe collection and you won’t regret it. The undulating design on the side adds depth of style and sophistication to the sneakers.
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If you think a neutral shoe is monotonous, let me introduce you to this pair of Jordan. The soft iris shades and neon accents of suede are combined to create a part of the art in the form of shoes. Drop your old white kicks for these improvements and thank me later.
Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Vintage
If you want a stylish shoe, you don’t have to think twice, get yourself some mid-calf blazer. They will blend in with anything and look as smooth as possible.
Nike Dunk Low Disrupt 2
These durable kids aren’t on sale until June 8, but I had to include them because I didn’t see more than my hard-earned $ 110 worth of shoes. My calendar is marked for publication, and so should you.