Whatever it may be, simple, comfortable and cool will win out every time. If you’re into a basic shoe with classic style and ease of use, you must go for the Converse Chuck Taylor, this shoe started sneaker endorsements before Jordan changed the meaning of them.
If you need that superior comfort with a gel like sole then the New Balance 990, a traditional but casual running shoe, are fit for strolling or a visit to the grocery store.
Iconic and casual, the Air Max 95 epitomizes “off the track”. This sneaker changed our view of running shoes and has made its way to being more of a lifestyle shoe than anything else.
Puma has been at it awhile, so they know style and the Puma Drift Catoffers you just that. Intricate details, a durable leather upper, and Ferrari insignia will provide you with the prowess to stroll out of the gym without a hitch, even if the soreness says otherwise.
Lastly, the Adidas Gazelle II is a classic and comfortable silhouette. Nothing must be said after looking at these sneakers. You will love them and you will probably want another pair