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Shoes March, 11 2014

Selectism Buyer’s Guide | 5 Sneakers for Spring

When the sun starts to stay out a little longer, and the puddles and slush banks start to disappear from the streets, any proud sneaker owner will get excited to bear their special kicks they’ve been afraid to venture out in. We’re sure you have a few favorites ready to go, but it never hurts to add a new look or two to your collection. We’ve curated a great list of shoes available now for the upcoming season.

 

Kenzo for Vans

Following the tiger-craze theme from Kenzo, this collaboration with sneaker powerhouse Vans is without a doubt one of the more unique pairs of slip-ons you will see this summer. Grab them or shop around for more styles here.

 

Common Projects Suede Low-Tops

Common Projects have taken the high-end sneaker market by storm over the past few years. Here is a unique pair of their iconic low-tops, seen in a light brown suede, making it a great shoe for the transitional wear. Shop it and other kicks alike here.

 

Comme des Garcons for Converse

We’re sure you’ve seen these by now, but that doesn’t mean they still aren’t one of our favorite pairs of low-tops. Up everyone else’s converse game with this special-edition collaboration with Comme des Garcons. Throw them on with a pair of light denim or go sock-less with your swim trunks. Find these and more Converses here.

 

Nike Mayfly Woven

Nike remains to be a classic, if not the classic in men’s footwear, and this pair of Mayflys is a great pickup for spring and summer. This light grey pair is an especially strong, timeless look. See it and other styles available here.

 

Buttero Floral Lace-Ups

This pair features the signature Italian craftsmanship and quality leather details Buttero is known for, but the main draw is the unique floral print canvas body the shoe takes on. Their unique stitched toe-cap is a bonus. Find it and similar styles here.

 

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