The classic styling of these Adidas kicks are given a little flair in the way of crocodile-embossed leather stripes and ankle details. The Adidas Superstar Vintage ($120) sport off-white leather uppers and matching rubber, and the unmistakable shell toe design.
While it's a little late to be ordering these for the big feast tomorrow, we can't help but love the fall colors of the Puma TX 3 ($80). First introduced in 1987, the vintage sneakers will look spectacular with a pair of your favorite jeans. And since human feet haven't changed in, like, a couple thousand years, these running shoes will pamper your feet just like the $200 Nikes at Finish Line you checked out and laughed at last week.
If you haven't noticed yet, we love colorful sneakers. When your dress/work shoes have to be either black or brown, you're entitled to have a little fun when it comes to your casual kicks. The Adidas All Odds ($75) are based on a soccer training shoe first launched in 1981 that just happened to be all-black. Yeah, we feel bad for the black ones too.