A true sneaker-head knows that when the snow comes around, styling choices can be conflicting. Wanting to wear your favorite sneakers might not cut it if the result is a significant wear and tear of your favorite pair. So the question of this 2021 winter is: why take style over comfort when you can have both?
- Nike WMNS Lahar Low Wheat – Release: 1/6
Based on Nike’s 1989 Lahar Escape boot for all things hiking, this shoe will definitely hold up for those chilly weather walks we hope you’re taking while you take a break from working at home. With a bulkier, boot-like silhouette, leather soles to withstand any snow residue on the ground, and a brown upper part that will complement the colorways of the winter, there’s no going wrong with this sneaker boot.
2. Nike Dunk Low White Black – Release: 1/14
This monochromatic sneaker is perfect for those who love a classic style and colorway. The black, thicker leather that layers the white base of the dunk will definitely help make this sneaker sturdy enough for the winter. Just make sure you’re wearing long socks!
3. Nike Dunk Low UNLV – Release Date: 1/14
You can truly never have too many dunks in your closet, and a pairing of university red and the OG soft grey color-way make for a leather upper. Representing the University of Nevada, this pair is sure to make for a perfect winter shoe while allowing you to dress up with style and grace.
4. Nike Dunk High PRM Dark Russet – Release Date: 1/28
If you are a sucker for the deep and warm shades of brown that come with the winter time, then you’ll love the velvet, suede, and shaggy layers of these high dunks. This shoe is made for the cold weather with the thick overlays comprising the upper.
- Nike Air Force 1 Low Experimental Racer Pink – Release Date: 2/6
These Air Forces are intriguing, to say the least. With the all pink, molded upper, contrasted by white laces, and cleanly finished with a rubber gum sole, these sneakers are the perfect pair to liven up and withstand a dull, winter day.