Below, shop eight of the coolest sneaker releases of 2018.
Nike Air Max 270
The lifestyle-focused silhouette boasts exaggerated Max Air cushioning unit in the heel and a knit upper with no sew overlays.
Reebok Classics x Pyer Moss DMX Daytona Experiment 2
Pyer Moss founder and creative director Kerby Jean-Raymond delivered FN’s Collaboration of the Year with Reebok Classics, which can be picked up today in multiple colorways for $200.
Adidas Originals Yung-1
This shoe boasts a nostalgic ’90s vibe, ideal for the sneaker fanatic obsessed with retro-inspired silhouettes.
Puma Clyde Court
Puma returned to the basketball category this year with the Clyde Court, a performance sneaker with casual appeal.
Under Armour Project Rock 1
The first signature shoe for workout-obsessed celebrity Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is built to perform in the gym, built with a breathable and snug-fitting knit upper and high-rebound Micro G cushioning.
Nike React Element 55
While the React Element 87 was a favorite among sneakerheads, it was difficult to get. But Nike delivered a similar iteration of the shoe, the React Element 55, replacing the translucent upper with a textile and synthetic one.
Another retro look, the Reebok Aztrek boasts the acclaimed Hexalite cushioning technology from the ’90s and a synthetic suede and textile upper.
Adidas Ultra Boost
While not new, Adidas brought back several fan-favorite Ultra Boosts during December’s “Boost Week.” One style was the ultra-popular “Lady Liberty” Ultra Boost 2.0, inspired by New York.
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