Mainline Menswear is home to some of the best known footwear brands in the world, but if you don’t know which trainers to invest in next then take a look at our snapshot of the latest collection here. With brands ranging from sportswear giants adidas and Nike to specialist brands like Cruyff and Y3, there are styles to suit all ages, tastes and preferences. Footwear brands Converse, Vans and Asics all have broad collections, sitting alongside huge footwear ranges from huge names like Armani, Hugo BOSS and Lacoste.
Lacoste L!ve Missouri – Lacoste’s fashion forward off-shoot label has a reputation for abstract designs and this is certainly no conventional design with a statement Velcro strap and faux crocodile leather outer mixing sleekly with mesh panelling. It’s a highly detailed and futuristic design which can remain stylish in smart or casual ensembles.
Asics GEL Lyte III Phantom – GEL Lyte III is one of Asics’ best known designs and they have released the retro running shoe in a brand new “phantom” silver and grey colourway. Featuring the original split tongue, this comfy trainer is ideal for those looking for a stylish, everyday piece of footwear.
Converse Chuck Taylor 70s – You can always count on a pair of Converse to look good and stay in fashion, this new Imperial Blue colourway is ideal for summer. The Chuck Taylor 70s style is inspired by the All Star Chuck Taylor shoe which is the most successful in basketball history.
adidas Originals ZX Flux NPS Mid – ZX Flux is one of adidas’ most successful running shoes of all time and it has recently soared back into fashion. This unique silhouette re-imagines that famed shoe and gives it a high top finish with a large Velcro fastening. This leather and mesh based trainer is designed to ride out the transition between seasons, and it also succeeds in creating a boot that combines sport and fashion.
adidas Originals Tubular MOC Runner – Another unique design by adidas sees their Tubular running shoes designed in the style of a traditional moccasin shoe. Featuring the EVA tube outsole from the original, which drew inspiration from inflatable car tyres, this modern design is based on Japanese street-wear style.
adidas Originals Spezial – One of adidas’ classic designs returns with a sharp and stylish new interpretation in bright red. The former handball shoe is ideal for casualwear and at the time of release in 1979 it was one of the lightest indoor sport shoes money could buy. Featuring the iconic thick gum sole like the original, this shoe has all the charm of its predecessors.