Did you know you can still look modern in retro sneakers? The thing is there are some vintage sneakers in the 70s and 80s that cannot go out of fashion. They still maintain that high quality, comfort, and beauty as they were back in the days. So take a look at some of these vintage sneakers listed below that you can still wear today.
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Lightly padded sole, lace-front closure, almond toe, breathable textile linings are some of the features you get from these canvas and suede 1970s vintage sneakers.
Step out with pride in probably one of the most famous shoes in New Balance history. This iconic 574 Sneaker is known for its clean and classic die-cut EVA runner that utilizes cushioning technology. Its suede/mesh upper and rubber sole gives you that comfortable experience.
Directly from the Asics Vintage Tech archive, having this retro Gel Diablo by Asics Sneakers on your feet is really the right way to go when opting for vintage sneakers. Available both in leather and suede materials, these sneakers will surely make you stand out.
Are you an athlete? Or do you enjoy running to stay fit? Then achieve your goals faster with these running shoes. Saucony is undoubtedly among the most respected names in running shoes. Each pair has the Saucony trademark, same fitting, performance and feel. Having these running shoes on maximizes your performance in any specific activity, thus, allowing you focus on the activity rather than the equipment.
Originally released in the 1990s, the Diadora N9000 Double L Sneakers are known for high-performance and touted for their comfortable style, stability, and construction. This vintage release has a first-class suede upper, padded collar, cushioned footbed heel counter for firmness, durable rubber outsole and EVA foam midsole.
Does this name ring a bell? Sure it does! Have you ever wondered why the Reebok Sneaker is trans-generational with a silhouette that has been turning heads since ’83? From the gum-rubber outsole, which grips the court or the ground to the lightweight and cushioned midsole that adds shock absorption to the sneakers, all make it the fans’ delight. Little wonder you will never go out of fashion or style with this timeless look.
This is also another trans-generational sneaker everyone has come to love, especially runners. It is made of mesh and suede materials. It’s time to go vintage/modern with a pair of this sneaker by Adidas.
With its genuine leather details, the vintage spirit of this Burnetie High Top is translated in carbon black canvas. It has an inner zipper for easy access and turns the old look into today’s comfort.
These iconic retro Mexican tennis shoes have been in existence since 1962 and have been widely known in Latin America. Adorned with their vintage look and classic style, the PANAM Classic Tennis Shoes are highly sought out among other sneakers by anyone searching for tennis shoe with a classic and stylish look. They are from an authentic heritage brand.
Need a sneaker you can wear for long hours without feeling pains or irritations? Then these Comfortable Trendy Hip Hop Vintage Popular Mesh Lightweight Sneakers are just perfect for you. It has a comfortable slip-on round toe and it’s easy to put on and off. It is super light and with a flexible synthetic sole to make you feel relaxed even after spending long hours in them.
Known in the 70s for its confident original look, the once-basketball court sneakers (Classic Cortez Sneakers) from Nike are still readily available to add comfort and class on any occasion. The vintage sneaker has, however, been updated featuring a slightly wider and higher heel to give comfort and durability. Other features include a padded tongue and collar for structural fit, low-profile construction for ankle agility, perforated synthetic and breathable textile lining for your comfort. As well as non-removable foam padded insole for support and cushioning, and shock-absorbing EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning.
This original classic Chuck Taylor All Star Canvas never go out of style. Any sneakerhead will still need this in his collection. The lace-up, high-top sneaker has a rubber sole, OrthoLite insole for cushioning, and medial eyelets for airflow.
Who doesn’t love the king of all basketball shoes – Air Jordan! This is the retro original. This is a 100% authentic leather and white/varsity red-black color blocking shoes. Black accents are found on the laces, lining and Nike Swoosh. White appears on the side panels, tongue and toe box, while the red can be seen on the heel, eyestay and toecap.
14. Nike Air Max 1
The Air Max 1 was first released in 1987. It was designed by Tinker Hatfield who drew inspiration from the Centers George Pompidou in Paris. It is popular for being the first Nike model to show Nike’s Air Max technology with a visible Air-Sole unit. Air Max technology provides superior cushioning and impact absorption, making it a perfect option for runners.
This pair of shoes gets its innovative structure and support from Nike Flyknit technology. It has a lightweight, with a precision fit that feels like a second skin, and it is for both men and women.
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With these iconic vintage sneakers, you can never go out of fashion as you will always stand out and enjoy comfort and style.