Stock up on strappy sandals for women from GoJane and you'll save so much, you'll have some extra cash to get a pedicure to complete the look. Flat, strappy sandals are a must-have in any girl's warm weather wardrobe, mainly because they go with pretty much anything. Neutral sandals will give you that classy look that's perfect to wear with a sundress, while shimmery metallic sandals add a touch of glam that can even go from day to night.
Since we started reviewing online shoe stores in 2016 we have spent over 30 hours exploring their features, their inventory, service policies and online support. We feel confident about our recommendations as a result. At some point, we contacted each of the stores in our lineup with various questions related to our findings and to clarify things we had a limited understanding of. The stores had no input or influence over our testing methodology, nor was the methodology provided to any of them in more detail than is available by reading our reviews online. Results of our evaluations were not provided to the companies in advance of publication.
Is it too early to talk about Easter??? šŸ°šŸŒŗ I love that it's a little later this year, so hopefully it'll be warm enough not to have to wear a big coat with my outfit! I grabbed this cute little outfit at Old Navy the other day and it screams spring! I cannot WAIT until it's not 0 and there's NO snow or ice to deal with. Spring fever, you have arrived! šŸŒ¼šŸŒ³šŸ’
SanĀ­dals give you the comĀ­fort of being bareĀ­foot and the conĀ­fiĀ­dence of a bit of proĀ­tecĀ­tion. Once reserved for post-hike fires and lazy days at the beach, sanĀ­dals have earned a repĀ­uĀ­taĀ­tion as verĀ­saĀ­tile footwear that are as perĀ­fect for burly trails as they are for the office (at least if you work at The Clymb!) and scramĀ­bling down bluffs in search of the next break.

We don't know how much time is left with the ongoing collaboration between Air Jordan and Drake's OVO brand, but each one of their releases has been a bangerā€”even if you're not a fan of the rapper. Much energy has gone into speculating about Drake's relationship with Jordan Brand (and the possibility that he's moving over to Adidas), but regardless of where he ends up, the sophisticated color combinations of black, white, and gold have graced a number of classic Jordans. These black and white versions of the Jordan 8 are elevated staples. These will never go out of style, even if Drake's with the three stripes this time next year.


Every year, the greatest basketball sneaker brand in the world brings together the greatest technology in the industry to create a new shoe in the name of the greatest player of the game. It's a heavy task and it doesn't always mean that the shoe will end up being the most aesthetically pleasing pair, but this year it all came together. The last few years Jordan Brand has drawn inspiration from the past, but this year it looked to the future. The upper is mostly a single piece of knit, the lacing system is simplified to wires, and the internal pieces of the shoe are top-of-the-line. Rather than trying to hide all the technology under an aesthetic perfected in the '80s, the shoe looks like it's as futuristic as it is, and one of the launch colorwaysā€”Desert Oreā€”leans into the smattering of colors we've come to expect from cutting-edge design. The shoes represent practically the entire color wheel, but they blend together into a chorus, making for a sneaker that sings.

The sneaker community is split pretty drastically around the Legacy 312, and we understand why: The shoes represent a mash-up of some of the most beloved sneakers in the Nike and Jordan archives. Intensely nostalgic sneakerheads have called the combination Don C put together a travesty, but if you're willing to look forward, there's a lot to appreciate about the shoes. Depending on the colorway you grab, the shoes can be bold or subtle, a mirror of how you can see these sneakers as retro inspired or entirely new. There are more colorways of this sneaker coming that havenā€™t released yet so stay tuned.

2018 will go down as the year Nike and Jordan Brand started thinking about the womenā€™s market seriously. Jordan created an entire sub brand devoted to their female customers, and launched pieces with the ā€œ1 Reimaginedā€ program. Ten new takes on the Jordan 1 and Air Force 1 offer complete shakeups of these classic designs, shuffled up for a female customer base. Donā€™t let the gender designation get in the way; some of these deserve full market distribution.
Weā€™re calling it now: 2018 was the last year that Off-White sneaker collabs were able to maintain their omnipresent dominance, and one of the last releases of the year was also one of the best. Weā€™ve seen earlier incarnations of the Zoom Fly before, but this blisteringly pink take is a neck-breaker. Weā€™ve been living with Off-White sneaker remixes for more than a year, so the premise has become familiar and Abloh needed to raise the barā€”this shade of pink does exactly that. Thereā€™s only so much that can piled onto a single design, and while this combination of ā€œreimagined sneakerā€ with ā€œbright colorā€ approaches being too much, its just the right balance without going over.
This year saw the wide release of Adidasā€™s Futurecraft 4D, a true advancement in sneaker technology. Adidas has solved the problems around 3D printing, using a fast and efficient process to mass produce soles in a sustainable way. Each sole contains up to 12,000 "struts," or printed arms, that have been carefully and individually calibrated to create the most supportive sole possible. The 4D carries with it a massive price tag, but all advances come at a cost. The shoes look amazing and are honestly worth every penny.

Adidas's Handball Top is a real throwback and a true example of how great shoes were in the 1980s. Once basketball and running took over sneaker trends, soles got pretty boring. If a company wasn't trying to inject as much air as possible into the sneaker, they were just creating waves of EVA and rubber. The sole on these relatively understated kicks have vertical ridges that would be unexpected in 2018, while the upper is old school without feeling tired. The Oyster Holdings collaboration utilized muted tones for sneakers that make a statement but don't scream.


Adidas has proven to be an innovator in sole technology, and few pairs show that off more explicitly than the new Sobakov. Inspired by the three stripeā€™s tradition of soccer sneakers, the Sobakov utilizes a bold sole that is as practical as it is sculptural. Each of the deep ridges spins all over the sole, offering grip and traction, while also creating a really dope look. Add to that the knit upper designed to have the same depth and darkness as suede, and the Sobakov offers a pitch perfect balance between retro inspiration and new traditions.
Adidas's Handball Top is a real throwback and a true example of how great shoes were in the 1980s. Once basketball and running took over sneaker trends, soles got pretty boring. If a company wasn't trying to inject as much air as possible into the sneaker, they were just creating waves of EVA and rubber. The sole on these relatively understated kicks have vertical ridges that would be unexpected in 2018, while the upper is old school without feeling tired. The Oyster Holdings collaboration utilized muted tones for sneakers that make a statement but don't scream.
Slip-on sandals offer the comfort of flip-flops with the styling of sandals. Perfect for a casual stroll around the neighbourhood or a quick drive to the cinema house. Every man should have a minimum of two pairs of men's flip-flop sandals. Check out the sleek collection of menā€™s flip-flop sandals from brands like Mast & Harbour, Roadster, and Red Tape for quality men's sandals online. Also, check out the premium range of menā€™s flip-flop sandals by WCFC, the leather upper and cushioned footbeds will have your feet pampered to the maximum.

2018 was an intense year for sneakers. We started the year heavy on the chunky soles and dad shoe trend, and, as the year wraps up, we're getting more into personalized pairs. White sneakers are appearing across every market, acting as canvases for amateur creatives to leave a personal touch on their kicks. Meanwhile, brands have also been focused on blending the past and the future; youā€™ll find this list is populated with shoes that draw inspiration or elements from the '80s and '90s, but play with them in very contemporary ways. And while technology used to be about running away from the past, the sneakers in 2018 show us that we can use it as a launching pad. This is our list of the best sneakers of 2018.
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