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The 10 Best Throwback Sneakers for Under P6,000

Great kicks that won't break the bank.
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In a world of sneaker culture madness, sometimes there's nothing better than a pair of sneakers that bring you back to basics—especially when they cost less than P6,000. From classic Vans to super-clean Converse, here are 10 of the coolest well-priced pairs.

Vans Varsity Sport '84 Court

If you're stocked up on Old Skools, Van's '84 courts offer a similar silhouette but with a cleaner look.

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Reebok Club C 85 ELM

The only way to make Club Cs even better is to get them in light pink.

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Puma Clyde Marine

It's time we all give Puma some love for its consistently good low-top takes.

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Onitsuka Tiger GSM Sneaker

Asics' Onitsuka Tiger line is always fresh, especially with this pop of teal detailing.

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Kenneth Cole On the Road Woven Sneaker

Kenneth Cole's sneakers are low-key super comfortable—especially these, with their stretchy knit upper.

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New Balance 

These are not your grandpa's thick-soled New Balance runners.

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FILA Original Fitness Logo

Fila's original fitness shoes are a little thick, a little bulky, and all around a yes.

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Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Low Top

The monochrome low-top All Star is the all-white shoe your wardrobe is missing.

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Adidas Court Vantage Shoes

Adidas refreshed its classic court shoes in textured pastel colors.

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Tretorn Nylite Plus

Tretorn's signature Nylite sneaker is the perfect weekend shoe.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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