Chunky Sneakers Were Trending On the Streets at Paris Fashion Week Men’s

Everywhere you looked on the streets at Paris Men’s Fashion Week, it seemed that a pair of chunky sneakers could be spotted. Guests heading to and from shows styled the ubiquitous silhouette with carefully-curated outfits.

Jean Sebastien Roques, for one, wore Prada’s black “Cloudbust Thunder” sneakers featuring a sawtooth tread outsole with a black hoodie underneath a long white trench coat.

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Jean Sebastien Roques wearing Prada’s chunky black Cloudbust Thunder sneakers.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

Meanwhile, Shannon Flanders donned Off-White’s Odsy-1000 sneakers, which has a partially translucent upper, a bright orange lacing system and a bulky blue-green sole. He paired them with a monochromatic olive green outfit and black leather Off-White crossbody bag with pink details.

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Shannon Flanders wearing Off-White Odsy-1000 sneakers.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

Elsewhere, Corey Stokes showed off Ugg’s brand new white sneakers featuring a fluffy faux fur upper dubbed “The Rat.” The rodent-inspired shoes dropped just yesterday at select retails. Stokes wore the bold sneaks with a cozy creamy knit look.

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Corey Stokes wearing Ugg’s new “The Rat” sneakers.
CREDIT: Jason Jean

The Nike x Sacai LDV Waffle in “Pine Green” also made an appearance. The popular vibrant-hued style, which was teamed with sleek black trousers, has a mesh upper with layered suede eyestays, dual two-tone Swooshes and a double-stacked, sculpted midsole.

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Nike x Sacai LDV Waffle sneakers in “Pine Green.”
CREDIT: Jason Jean

For more street style sneakers at Paris Fashion Week Men’s, scroll through the gallery.

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