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Cole Haan Zerogrand Stitchlite Wingtip Oxford

Cole Haan's Zerogrand line already had a sneaker-like outsole that flexes with your natural foot movement. The Cole Haan Zerogrand Stitchlite Wingtip Oxford takes the casual comparisons a step farther, replacing the original's leather with a stretch knit upper for an even lighter build and increased breathability. Dynamic stitching enhances fit, comfort, and airflow while recreating the classic wingtip pattern, and Grand.ØS energy foam delivers all-day cushioning. Available in five colorways.

  • Adidas 3D Runner

    Adidas has been experimenting with 3D printing as a way of making shoes for a while. Only now can you actually buy a pair. Being released exclusively through Adidas Confirmed in New York, the Adidas 3D Runner is an all-black look at the future of footwear. It has an engineered 3D structure that's more dense in high-stress areas and less dense in others for optimal performance and weight, and is paired with a 3D printed heel counter integrated into the midsole and a black Primeknit upper. In the future, the company hopes to match the 3D structure to your own personal footprint, but until then, these will do nicely.

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    When you see a pair of Stan Smiths, they are typically clad in leather from heel to toe. But with the chill of winter invading, even one of the most iconic sneakers of all-time has to prepare for the cold. The Adidas Stan Smith PC Wool Sneakers are equipped for the season, featuring a warm wool upper and leather lining that add to the comfort. As always, these sneakers look the part, continuing the Stan Smith tradition, but with a warm winter coat to help keep the weather at bay.