Nike Internationalist
for J.Crew

This lightweight sneaker was originally designed for distance-running legend Alberto Salazar and made its debut in the 1982 New York Marathon. J.Crew's design team reworked the proportions, giving it a new look with a higher ankle but keeping signature features like the waffle rubber outsole.

$100 at J.Crew

(Seen with Italian wool topcoat, $650; lambswool sweater, $75; J.Crew's un-sweatpant, $85 and cashmere scarf, $98


The Adidas x Spezial capsule collection, inspired by vintage models unearthed in South America, is set to drop October 25 at End.

Opening the Sneaker Vault

No disrespect to today's shoe designers—we are, after all, living in the golden age of sneakers—but it's the retro styles, vintage-inspired designs and limited-edition re-issues that get sneakerheads and style savvy dudes excited these days. Herewith, the latest lineup.


Saucony for
Club Monaco

Club Monaco's head of men's design, Aaron Levine, resurrected one of his favorite shoes of all time—Saucony's Jazz Low Pro, originally introduced in 1981. "I remember wearing them when I was younger and loving the design and feel," says Levine. Drawing on inspiration found at the brand's archives in Pennsylvania, he reworked them in sharp perforated suede and added a unique speckled rubber sole.

$129 at Club Monaco


New Balance 90s
Running 530


A new addition to the brand's popular Heritage line, this running shoe design from the mid-1990s was refreshed with premium suede and laces but retains the original silhouette and ENCAP technology.

$110 by New Balance

Three Unchanged Classics


Adidas Stan Smith, $75


Puma Suede Classic, $59


Converse Jack Purcell, $60