5 Best New Sneakers in 2022
Remember that extremely Nineties diner all the Saved by the Bell kids hung out in, with all the zany wall motifs? The Max? That’s what this colourway reminds us of. If that isn’t enough to sell you on it, Adidas has crafted the Ultraboost 5.0 DNA with its very own patented recycled material, Primeblue, which is composed of Parley Ocean Plastics, and the Primeknit upper offers a sock-like fit. A perfect summer running trainer.
Knitwear provides classy year-round comfort and now you’ll truly be able to wear the style from head-to-toe. Knit sneakers are the ultimate sporty-chic pick for when you’re on the go. This pair of white knit sneakers from Fitflop are super lightweight and built with extra cushioning so you’ll feel comfortable and look cool all day long.
Old School – 5 Best New Sneakers in 2022
Trends are cyclical, so it should come as no surprise that what’s old is new again. Retro-inspired styles that once felt cheesy are now chic—and no brand has reaped the benefit of this comeback more than Nike. Classics like the Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Vintage are back in both traditional and more fashion-forward colorways, so you can take your pick.
A lot of different factors go into buying the right running shoe, and top tier trainers don’t come cheap, so it’s worth putting in the research.
First of all, what surface are you predominantly running on? Muddy, rocky trail running calls for (surprise surprise) trail running shoes, with the kind of tread that can perform on and protect from uneven ground. Road running, on the other hand, necessitates more comfort and bounce, to keep you puffing away for longer. But if you do a bit of both, then you should opt for a hybrid trainer that can, well… do a bit of both.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 39
We’ve praised Nike’s Pegasus range a lot over the years. They’re affordable, comfortable and durable – everything a casual runner needs in a shoe. The 39th iteration comes with an improved fit and weighs in at even less than its predecessor, with a Zoom Air unit (cushioning system) that now covers the heel as well as the forefoot. It’s slightly bigger than some of the other similarly-priced options on this list, but still a great choice.
Salomon Raid Wind
Saucony’s first take on the Raid Wind arrived in 1999, and the colourful, hiking-inspired design of the shoe thankfully hasn’t changed much since then. The running tech has though: breathable mesh made of recycled materials adorn the upper, while dual-density Ortholite® sockliners keep you feeling cushy. Then there’s the all terrain Contagrip® rubber soles for proper traction on tricky surfaces. A lesson for all historic running brands: when in doubt, dive into the archives.
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