This is the Sneaker Your Wardrobe Is Missing
To keep your sneaker collection feeling fresh, you need variety. And one of the easiest ways to change it up is by swapping in a new fabric. Enter the knit sneakers. The silhouettes are familiar, but the different fabric changes the texture and feel of the shoe. Here are 12 pairs to choose from.
Adidas Stan Smith Boost Primeknit Sneakers
Stan Smiths look even fresher in a white knit.
Reaction Kenneth Cole On The Road Woven Sneaker
The easy shape and comfortable sole make them perfect for walking.
Asics Gel Kayano Trainer Knit
A tonal Asics trainer is certainly a look. There are also black and white options, if the all-over green is too bold.
FILA Original Tennis 20 Sneaker
Thank '90s nostalgia for making the Fila tennis sneaker stylish again.
APL Techloom Pro Cashmere
APL loves a good athleisure shoe. This pair goes in on the "leisure" part of things with a cashmere lining. Basically, it's a glorified slipper.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Flyknit
Long live the Chuck Taylor. A gray Flyknit is a cool alternative.
Native Mercury Liteknit Sneaker
Native's shoes are super light; wear them while traveling.
BOSS Green Rayadv Sneaker
Boss's knit low-top is great for a date night.
NIKE Air Sock Racer Ultra Flyknit Sneakers
Nike's Air Sock Racer is the best kind of futuristic.
Paul Smith Rappid Low Top Knitted Trainers
Knit shoes are inherently more casual, but this Paul Smith pair still feels luxe.
Prada Nylon Leather Running Sneaker
Ok, so these aren't technically knit, but the nylon structure feels similar and gives you a similar look.
Reebok Zoku Runner Ultraknit
Reebok's black and gray runners are great for the weekend.
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