The Skylon 2 is anything but new, yet we added it to this list because Nike brought it back at just the right time. The shoe is pure retro; Nike hasn't changed it a bit. That intensity of retro styling (everything from the synthetic suede to the color gradation on the quarter) might be too much for those who aren't hip to the trend. Or those who just don't want to remember the late '80s and early '90s when sneakers like the Skylon were the wave. But on the tail end of the retro runner craze, this was the right moment to dive deep into that nostalgia and bring the Skylon 2 right back to the forefront. Plus, the color combos are amazing.
What started as a one-off has turned into an ongoing collaboration between Levi’s and Jordan brand. The first pair used Levi’s blue denim to cover a Jordan 4, creating the first officially sanctioned denim Jordan, years after the Jumpman created some on its own. Golden stitching and Levi’s tabs appear all over the sneaker, making for the most authentic translation from dungaree to sportswear possible. Since the first pair, we’ve seen white and black versions, too. We wouldn’t be surprised if the creative partnership continues with new colors materials or on new silhouettes.
For a limited time, ALDO is offering $15 off all orders of $60 or more. Valid online on www.aldoshoes.com and in store from February 27, 2019 to March 10, 2019 11:59 PM EST. Not applicable in ALDO Accessories & ALDO Outlet stores. Excludes leather jackets, Outlet Styles at a Steal, clearance styles, shoe care, and gift cards. Cannot be combined with any other offer or previous purchases. To redeem add qualifying item(s) to shopping bag at checkout. Discount will be applied on items before taxes and shipping cost. Offer valid for a limited time. Subject to change at any time.
Each season, we pull together must-have women’s shoes from hundreds of favorite brands, including of-the-moment trends, athletic picks, outdoor styles, and more. Within this assortment, you’ll find everyday essentials like sneakers, ballet flats, and ankle boots as well as styles for special events–from bridal options to vacation-ready flip-flops–and for any weather. Additionally, you’ll discover a range of price points, from budget-friendly picks to designer pairs.
DSW is your local destination for great values on designer shoes, boots, sandals, accessories, and more. At DSW Downtown Crossing, you’ll find favorite brands for men, women, and kids, including Nike, Adidas, New Balance, UGG, Converse, Timberland, Guess, TOMS, Steve Madden, Aldo, and SO many more. Shop the latest in designer shoe trends, and make sure to browse through our clearance rack of marked-down shoes to discover incredible values that can't be found anywhere else. You'll always find a huge selection of dress shoes, boots, sandals, athletic shoes, handbags, and accessories waiting just for you at DSW!

A major skill of any holiday survivalist? Impeccable gifting. (And these must-have gifts & stocking stuffers are topping every wishlist.) Head to DSW this holiday season to find great gifts for those hard-to-shop-for people on your list (and of course, for yourself). Find shoes (and accessories) for Christmas, New Year’s Eve, those last-minute office parties, and so much more.
Victor Cruz has made his transition off the field seamlessly, using his position to do good works for his community and his influence to inject more style into the lives of his fans. His first shoe in this new stage of life is the Air Force 1 Mid "V. Cruz" that elevates the shoe in every respect. Rolled edges, premium materials, and gold-toned hardware take the iconic AF1 to the next level. But what makes this a great shoe isn't just the aesthetics: Cruz has reshaped his public identity after his injury forced him off the field, and he's now a philanthropist and style magnate. These shoes represent the ability of a public figure to change and incorporate new contexts. When it comes to identity agility, Victor Cruz is a model we can all learn from, employing a skill set we all need to develop.
The sock runner trend, perfected by the Balenciaga Speed Trainer, hit its apogee with Reebok's Run.r. Like we said, Balenciaga perfected the look, but these Sock Run.rs are still amazing. The upper is about as simple a sock you can get, with some printing on the throat, but the sole is what's most interesting about the shoe. The seemingly multi-unit sole features what looks like a separated toe (it's connected to the rest of the sole under the sneaker), a taller section at the ball for stability, and a heel cup at the back. The look is intense but surprisingly well balanced.
The Air Jordan XI Concord is one of the most famous sneakers of all time—not even for basketball or Jordans, but of all time. It's not just that they're a total 10 out of 10 on aesthetics, but they also carry cultural weight that few other sneakers can. It was the Concord release in 2011 that brought sneaker culture into the center of the wider conversation, and that news-cycle changed everything for sneakerheads all over the world. Suddenly we were on the national news, and even though it was for bad reasons (riots, violence, theft), the world was finally paying attention. This release was much easier to get than the 2011 pair, but they still hold the same significance. 
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