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Ditch Your Flip-Flops and Get a Pair of Breathable Sneakers

It's all about proper ventilation.
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When words like "boiling" and "searing" begin filtering into your vocabulary to describe the weather, it's time to start thinking about how you're going to keep cool. And one way to do it is by keeping your feet good and ventilated. But since flip-flops and sandals are only really acceptable at the beach (and then just barely), the question is, how do you keep your feet cool the rest of the time? The answer: modern sneaker technology. Here, shoes that will let your feet breathe on summer's hottest days. 

1| Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Perforated Low Top 

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Yep, even your classic Chucks are available with breathable perforated uppers nowadays. 

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2| Adidas Deerupt Runner 

Adidas' Deerupt sneakers have a cage-like netting around them, which gives a supremely cool look to a very functional sneaker. 

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3| Cole Haan GrandPrø Stitchlite Tennis Sneaker 

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Not only are these GrandPro sneakers ultra ventilated, they're also incredibly light. And less weight on your feet means less energy required (i.e., less sweating) when walking. 

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4| Nike FlyKnit Trainer 

Thanks to Nike's FlyKnit technology, you won't have to overheat—even while keeping up with your running.

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5| Puma Tsugi Disc Sneakers 

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The vibe of these Pumas is plainly futuristic. Plus, they won't suffocate your feet. 

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6| Adidas UltraBoost Uncaged Sneakers 

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Getting a run in on those sweltering summer days can be brutal. Luckily Adidas UltraBoosts are just about the coolest running shoes ever.

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7| Common Projects Achilles Perforated Nubuck Sneakers 

If you're committed to wearing leather sneakers, even during the dog days, try this perforated pair of nubuck Achilles from Common Projects.

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8| Tod's Perforated Suede And Leather Sneakers 

Makes sense that the brand that put the suede driving shoe on the map would also excel at the other type of can't-miss summer kicks.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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