These classic tennis trainers are perfect for pre-Spring styles. First debuting on the courts in 1976, the Onitsuka Tiger Lawnship Sneaker ($79) features an obvious retro vibe, leather lining, and an optimum traction sole and anti-slip control for crashing the net or crashing parties.
Stay inside this weekend — whether you have power or not — with a pair of these uber-comfortable Baffin Cush Slippers ($26). Like sleeping bags for your feet, these slippers sport a soft nylon upper, high-loft insulation, lockable front tie closure, and a micro-suede outsole with a slip-resistant pattern.
For maximum comfort, it's hard to beat some sweats. The Mack Weldon Ace Crew Sweatshirt combines coziness of these lazy day staples with surprising style. It's made from a lightweight French Terry material that's micro-sanded for a soft finish and blended with a hint of Lycra for a bit of stretch. A versatile staple, it dresses up well when pulled over a button-down, or can keep you comfortable when paired with a tee in a more casual ensemble. The tailored fit ensures you look your best, and three available colors means there's one to match your look.
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That's right — L.A. Gear is bringing back its "Fire" and "Flame" kicks with the L.A. Gear 20th Anniversary Sneaker Collection ($100-$120). Based on the iconic designs from the '80s, these kicks feature upgraded materials, but the classic color schemes, packaging, and L.A. Gear license plate tags you remember and no doubt shamelessly cherished. Still not convinced? Take a look at these sweet commercials.
Get a grip this winter with MicroSpikes ($60). This durable, lightweight traction spikes slip right over your normal sneakers to give extra grip in the ice, slush, and snow. Featuring an auto-adjusting chain system and 3/8-inch spikes, these are sure to keep you upright in even the worst conditions.