7 Vintage Sneakers to Add to Your Shoe Collection

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There are just some sneakers that have a timeless appeal and should always be in rotation when it comes to styling casual looks. Although some of these footwear options may vary in price, you find comfort in knowing you are rocking sneakers that have continued to remain a fashion must have no matter what the current trend may be. Here are a few options worth investing in.

Adidas Superstar 80’s and Adidas Stan Smith

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The 1980’s is making a serious comeback in the fashion world. However, these iconic Adidas looks are just the same as the day they were made. Musical superstars made the footwear brand extremely popular showcasing the rubber shell toe sneaker in endless color combinations. Another popular and timeless design from the brand is The Stan Smith collection. The design is straightforward and clean which is probably why it has remained so popular over the years.

Saucony Grid 9000

If your style is hipster, casual or laid back the Saucony Grid 9000 can fit right in with ease. This active shoe is often overlooked due to the popularity of its competitors, however the Grid 9000 has all the technical support needed for training efficiently. In addition to being a great sneaker for training, the various color options make it great for styling colorful and fashionable looks.

Air Jordan 1

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Once again an iconic sneaker from the 1980’s continues to capture the attention of consumers. The Air Jordan 1 has a casual sporty appeal that can give most looks the right amount of edge with a laid back feel. From the hip-hop community to hipsters, you can find this sneaker worn everywhere to this day.

New Balance 574

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New Balance 574 is designed with a nice suede and fitted with ENCAP technology for a soft and stable run. This entry level running shoe has a tremendous amount of color choices available allowing you to grow your vintage sneaker collection with style.

Nike Air Force 1

Next to the Air Jordan, the Air Force One might be the most iconic Nike sneaker that includes the well-known Swoosh. Over the years the design has been updated to include a multitude of colors and designs. However, the monochromatic white-on-white seems to remain a crowd favorite. The clean and casual construction of the sneaker is ready for just about any and every situation.

Puma Suede

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The Puma classic is one of the brands most basic designs that has been a longstanding cornerstone of the Puma brand. The suede sneaker is offered in an array of colors and affordable making it easy to stock up on this iconic piece.

Converse Chuck Taylor

It doesn’t get more simple than the Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers. No bell and whistles with this vintage option, which is part of the appeal. These sneakers debuted in the early 1900’s and have been around ever since.

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