There might be a more comfortable running shoe out there, but if there is, we don't know about it. The Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ ($TBA) combines Nike's Flyknit technology — which provides a more precise fit, integrates support and structure, reduces seams, weight, and points of friction, and reduces waste by 80 percent — with the company's incredibly comfortable yet lightweight Lunarlon foam cushioning to provide an optimal running experience. It won't be tailored precisely to your foot — it'll just feel that way. Arriving next month.
If you've been thinking "all Vans really need are a perforated upper", than we have some good news for you.Vans OTW Perf Sneakers ($80-$90) are a collection of four classic silhouettes featuring the aforementioned perforated Nubuck uppers, mint-colored hangtags, and mint-colored alternative laces. Both black and gray colorways of the Alcon, Lasdun, Prelow and Stovepipe will be available starting next month.
Let one of nature's most elegant structures help you on your next run in the Puma BioWeb Elite Running Shoes ($100). Designed in collaboration with Spider-Man*, this lightweight running and training shoe features a PU WebCage for flexible support, a mesh upper, an anti-microbial sockliner to fight off the funk, a flexible WebTech heel wrap for impact protection, and an EVA/rubber outsole that carries the web design through to the bottom of the shoe. *Not really.
No, it's not a kit for helping you park cars. Instead, Tricker's Valet Kit (£350; roughly $570) will help you take care of your shoes. Arriving in a multi-tiered wooden box, this kit includes four cans of polish and five jars of leather cream in various colors, eight brushes, a metal shoe horn with a leather fob, and a buffing cloth for achieving a perfect finish.