Top ten Sneakers of all time-You will love the list

If you have never had a pair of sneakers, maybe you are considering the wrong sneakers to buy. Sneakers are the ambassadors of comfort and style in one package. There are thousands of sneakers with different styles but some sneakers are just way too good and hence are sold out in the blink of an eye. Therefore, many a times we miss out the best sneakers due to the demand exceeding the supply. Nothing to worry about if you ask me because here are the 10 sneakers which are REALLY good and won’t get sold in a click of a second.

Adidas NMD_R1 Primeknit


The Adidas NMD has a full length Boost midsole which gives them unbeatable comfort and is basically designed for the urban wanderer. For $170, this is a steal because of the style and comfort quotient it covers. They are perfect for people who are very active. Also, these sneakers feature a Triple White colourway with “The Brand with The Three Stripes” written in Japanese. Grab them and go feed your wanderlust.

New Balance 247 Sport

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They are inspired from the original and a forever classic New Balance sneakers and are so high in the comfort bar that once they are on your feet, you won’t feel like taking them off. A plus point to the pair is that the model also uses an engineered knit for a super lightweight feel. Have them for only $89.99.

Adidas Iniki Runner

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This pair also uses the innovative Boost technology so you don’t have to worry about the comfort wearing these. The silhouette may be new to Adidas’ line of products but for those of you who love old school Adidas, the design also has the Three Stripes branding, gold flake lettering and gum outsole and all these for just $120.

Air Jordan 1

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The greatest player in the history of basketball ball Michael Jordan might be retired now but he is still Air Jordon. These basketball sneakers are perfect expression of the above emotion. Yes, basketball sneakers are not everyone’s pick but this signature sneaker is a classic. The red metallic colorway was originally released in 1985 so you also get the old school look too. Grab yours for just $103.98.

Adidas Stan Smith

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This pair has forever been a classic when it comes to sneakers. The sneakers with white leather upper accented by green on the tongue and heel was originally designed for Stan Smith, the tennis legend. If you are a fan of tennis or not, this should be a must buy and will cost not more than $60.

Nike Flyknit Racer

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I know there are many people who are fans for the Nike Flyknit material from which this pair is made. The pair debuted originally in 2012 and was super successful. Though they were designed for runners, many people loved it because of the lightweight and comfort and even people who despise running bought this pair. The multi color version was a hit and this time the company has planned to make more of them for both the sexes.

New Balance 1978

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These sneakers draw inspiration from the previous model just like the earlier entry on the list that is New Balance 247. For the minimalist out there, this is a perfect pick that will not disappoint you. They have a tan suede upper and a white Vibram sole and is a product of the USA which is made using modern manufacturing techniques. This light and minimal pair costs $149.99.

Nike Air Max 97

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Looking for something stylish? Don’t worry because Nike has got you covered. On the 20th anniversary of the Nike Air Max 97, the company is releasing the model in new colorways that’s sure to impress you. They might not serve as the best running sneakers but it definitely has style written all over it for $170.

Puma Tsugi Shinsei

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If you are looking for something unique, pay attention here. The Puma Tsugi Shinsei sneakers are inspired by Japanese architecture and has a very unique design. They are very comfortable and will not bother you the whole day. In Japanese, “Tsugi” means next so basically Puma has already kept your Tsugi sneakers ready for just $100.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star

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A pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars can never be out of style. Literally every sneaker lover has a pair of them and maybe age is not a limit here because not matter who you are, you have had a pair of them before if not now. So, they are perfect for the’ forever young’. This pair would cost you $55 which is a pretty good deal for a never out of style pair of sneakers.

by Esther Vaiphei, The Blogging Connection