What happens when a sneakerhead meets a product designer? Well, these designs the result of such a collaboration. From the iconic Nike Air Max 1 with it’s golf-inspired makeover to sneakers that have been created from chewing gum that lines the city’s streets, we have a sneaker design that will surely make you a sneakerhead if you already aren’t one!
A-symmetrical Championship Air Jordan 1 by Dominic Ciambrone aka the Shoesurgeon in collaboration with the Golden State Warriors.
The Link by Padwa Design, Olga Kravchenko & Yehuda Azoulay is free like a flip-flop, safe as a shoe.
This NIKE Air Yeezy II ‘Red October’ designed by Kanye West was officially launched instantly selling out 11 minutes after being announced via twitter.
The Amsterdam metropolitan area introduces gumshoe, a sneaker with soles made from chewing gum taken from the city’s streets
The iconic Air Max 1 gets a golf-inspired makeover with the upcoming release of this Grass colorway by Nike
The “F1” sneakers mark the designers’ first signature sneaker silhouette where the future wearer gets to pick and choose custom elements in the shoe’s construction by Shift Studio
Paris inspired Nike Sneakers revamped by Dominic Ciambrone aka the Shoesurgeon
Puma’s self-lacing sneakers come with a touch-sensitive control panel.
Native Shoes makes plant-based sneakers from pineapple and eucalyptus by Mike Belgue
Tropic Shoe is made to be worn everywhere and that’s including being worn underwater by Tropic Design
The Grit by Aarish Netarwala’s sole collapses when your foot lands on the ground, and material physics pushes it to expand when your foot is lifting off the ground too, allowing it to absorb impact, and release energy.