Three perfect sneakers (and styles) for those with day-to-day stress.
Text: Martin Johansson
Photos: Ted Olsson
New Balance 327
The 327 from New Balance is created with a glance into the past. By diving deep into the archives, New Balance have combined what they view as the best parts from running shoes from the 1970s and combined it to create a modern take. Resulting in a comfortable and functional day-to-day shoe with a retro inspired design. The midsole provides plenty of cushioning whilst the rubber outsole offers great grip on most surfaces. In this outfit, we reflect the shoes' playful design with a colourful combination of blue, green and red.
Common Projects Track Classic
We have selected the Track Classic from America’s Common Project for those who are looking for a more contemporary sneaker. Common Projects have made a name for themselves through their minimalistic design, focusing on quality materials and an exclusive feel. Track Classic is a natural choice as well as them being Common Projects first running sneakers. We have chosen to combine these sneakers with a monochrome outfit, where sporty materials such as nylon is in focus. The wind and waterproof shell jacket protects you from the elements when you’re in the city and the bag from Porter-Yoshida can fit everything from a laptop to gym clothes.
Adidas Performance Terrex Voyager 21
Our last sneaker on this list is the one that delivers the biggest outdoor feel. Voyager 21 is a part of the Adidas TERREX collection and is a shoe which has been designed to work just as well in a city as on a wander. Elasticated drawstrings have nearly completely become standard in the terrain shoe world and gives the shoes a great fit around the foot for maximum comfort, as well as being easy to take on and off. The outfit also consists of simple, thought through garments which compliments the outdoor feel of the shoes. It is the quilted jacket and the padded trousers that are front and centre, which creates an outfit in unison.