3 Designer Shoes You Can (Easily) Work Into Your Rotation


Designer kicks. Although many sneakerheads possess a rudimentary knowledge of them and what they’re about, they can seem like a foreign concept. They’re expensive. Some of them are garish. They don’t look like what we’re used to if we’re into Jordans or Adidas.

Thankfully, designer sneakers don’t have to be a foreign concept. There are several simple, clean models that you can work into your rotation without overexerting yourself. The price may be a little high, but you’ve got to remember you’re paying for and receiving the finest quality. Here’s 3 designer shoes that can easily find a place in your rotation.

1. Balenciaga Arena High (Black)-$585 


Although the red pair seems to get the most time in the spotlight, the black Balenciaga Arenas are easily the cleanest. Take whatever black high-tops you’ve got in rotation (Jordan I’s, Chucks, whatever), put them on ice, and try these instead. You’ll love the premium leather and subtile yet aggressive styling. There’s a good chance they’ll never leave your rotation.

2. Common Projects Achillies Low (White)-$410


Everyone loves a clean pair of white low top kicks, and if you’re a fan of Stan Smiths, Bruins, or any other low-tops, you’ll feel right at home rocking the Achillies Low in all white. A sleek, simple silhouette makes these extremely wearable, and the signature gold numbers on the heel add just enough flair to turn a head or two.

3 Saint Laurent SL/10H-$645



If you love Jordan I’s as much as we do, we think you’ll appreciate the SL/10H from Saint Laurent. Modeled after the iconic basketball shoe, it’s constructed of the most premium materials you’ll find anywhere, and is a perfect blend of high fashion and athletic styles. Your Jordan I’s should always get love, but keep a pair or two of these on deck if at all possible. It’s good to switch it up sometimes.


Do you own any designer kicks? If so, are they constantly in rotation for you, or do you save them for special occasions? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter, check our Facebook page for daily updates, and, as always, be sure to follow us on Instagram for all the fire sneaker pictures you can handle.


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