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Air Jordan 11

You might as well get in line now, because when the Air Jordan 11 ($180) hits the streets in two days, it'll sell out instantaneously. Arriving in the iconic black/white/concord colorway, it offers the white nylon upper, black patent leather mid and toebox, carbon fiber plate, and concord purple bottom of the original, only 16 years after its release. Like we said, line up early.

  • Seavees Army Issue Sneakers

    Based on the simple sporting footwear worn by soldiers in the early 1960s, these Seavees Army Issue Sneakers ($90) are an intriguingly simple option for casual wear. Features include a nylon twill upper, woven nylon laces, bamboo canvas lining to keep the stink to a minimum, a sueded leather heel for a secure fit, a leather-lined footbed, antique nickel eyelets, and a grippy, natural rubber outsole. Available in grey heather, peacock navy, or our personal favorite, black.

  • Saucony Hattori Minimal Running Shoes

    Runners looking for a pair of natural-style shoes certainly have a lot of options, and these Saucony Hattori Minimal Running Shoes ($80) are certainly a fine choice. Thanks to a "mitten-like" toe box, flex groove directly behind the toes, and a sculpted foam sole, they give you as much freedom to flex, grip, and push off as you'd have with no shoes at all, and also feature strategically placed impact cushioning for comfort, and a lace-free Velcro-based design that weighs just 4.4 oz.