We all have feet 🦶, here are some of the most innovative examples of footwear, anywhere.
Converse releases their first pro basketball shoe in decades, with a nod to the original Chuck Taylor All Star.
Nike's new Plant Color Collection and Flyleather product point to a more sustainable future.
Some fun and quirky illustrations by Cabeza Patata for the New York Times Style section.
Sneaker design has entered a new, hyper-stylized period, where artists, musicians, and others have begun collaborating with athletic companies. The results have been strange, interesting and awesome, making footwear a much more expressive experience.
A fun and visually inspiring campaign for El Naturalista shoes, where feet are stepping off of floating environments.
Shore is a London-based company making beautiful, waterproof, UV-resistant rugs that would work as well in an office as they would poolside.
A better, more eco-friendly shoebox called Viupax is here to make the footwear industry more sustainable.
A curving, organic typeface for the new Adidas Nemeziz soccer shoe.
A visually tasty look at the 2017 Nike Air Max, told through metaphors of space and form.
Nike's Unlimited Stadium uses an all-LED running track and RFID to create a next-level workout experience.
Adidas has partnered with Carbon for their Futurecraft 4D printed shoe.
Bridgestone's Air Free Bicycle Tire concept
Nike iD is a really fun way to customize your kicks with just the look that suits you. This super-imaginative series by ManVsMachine celebrates the unique concept of customization and quirkiness.