The New Sneakers We're Excited About

The New Sneakers We're Excited About

The drops you don't want to ignore right now

The best new fall men's sneakers 2018

There's a lot happening in the sneaker world these days. It seems like there's always a new drop, a fresh collection or a fire collaboration to get excited about. We had the Valet. team round up their favorites of the moment, all available to buy online without having to wait in line or sign-up for a lottery drawing. But that doesn't mean they're not moving fast, so if you like these as much as we do, we suggest moving on them ASAP.


990v3 Pale Ale

For Todd Snyder's sixth collaboration with New Balance, they took inspiration from Snyder's favorite brew, with a colorway of complementary neutral grey and creams with premium vegetable-tanned leather, which makes for an easygoing and adaptable shoe.

$199 by New Balance x Todd Snyder

New Balance x Todd Snyder 990v3 Pale Ale

BW Army Premium

A great autumnal alternative to the simple white sneakers you wore all summer, these monochromatic shoes take a classic design and updates them with a rich burgundy colorway.

$159 by Adidas

Adidas BW Army Premium

Air Force 1

Look, it's hard to improve upon such a classic sneaker, but designer John Elliott has succeeded with a modern, modified toe box that calls to mind the most of-the-moment shoe and a side swoosh that's not really there, but really an almost embossed version of the iconic logo.

$150 by Nike x John Elliott

Nike x John Elliott Air Force 1


Air Max 1 Pendleton iD

Perhaps one of the most perfect mashups for kicking around this fall, you can now combine wooly Pendleton blankets with your favorite Nikes and create your own Nike iD sneakers. The richly hued colors and woolly material will keep your feet warm throughout fall and winter. Available in the Blazer Low, Air Max 1, Air Terra Humara, Air Max 90 or Blazer Mid, we're partial to the Air Max styling.

$150 by Nike

Nike Air Max 1 Pendleton iD

Trailfox Camo

Puma designed this easy-to-wear sneaker with trail running in mind. The ruggedly modern shoe was engineered to withstand harsh conditions while providing both comfort and stability. A cool canvas geometric-camo upper pairs with an infinity-loop bungee laces connected to suede overlays and a grippy rubber outsole for traction and durability.

$130 by Puma

Puma Trailfox Camo

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