Vans LXVI Footwear

Don't let their relative plain exteriors fool you — the new line of Vans LXVI Footwear ($70-$125) is the company's most advanced ever. Created without the limitations of traditional construction methods, the new line was designed for the future, and includes the Graph — the lightest Vans shoe ever — the Stat high-top, the mid-top Secant, the low Inscribe, and the boot-like Module. Nearly all of them feature new, more naturally-moving WaffleFlex outsoles, UltraCush Lite cushioning, and plenty of style.

  • Hush Puppies Vibram Five Brogue5 Wingtips

    Mixing barefoot-style outsole technology with a classically stylish upper, these Hush Puppies Vibram Five Brogue5 Wingtips ($TBA) are just the thing for those times when you need to look your best while making sure you feel like it, too. Based on Vibram FiveFingers, the Five outsole is designed to fit the natural contours of your foot for maximum flexibility, comfort, and fit, while the classic, distressed laceless wingtip upper makes sure you don't look out of place, whether you're at the office, dinner, or an after-hours party.

  • Nike Air Yeezy II

    Who said you have to be an athlete to have your own shoe? The second edition of an ongoing collaboration between the Swoosh and Kanye West, the Nike Air Yeezy II ($TBA) is coming soon to protect your feet during your ballin', bathroom stallin' escapades. Built atop an Air Tech Challenge II tennis show outsole, this limited edition sneak features hand-skived anaconda textured leather quarter panels with a debossed Swoosh, a molded rear with reptilian-style spikes, obelisk-shaped lage aglets, and a forefoot strap for good measure. Dropping June 9 at the usual "select retailers".

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