The coolest kids gathered on the streets of London and Milan during Fashion Week. As the fashion month craze continues, new images are popping up every single day. Young and old are styling their best looks, mixed with a fresh pair of cleats. Whether you live in London, Milan, or somewhere else on planet earth, comfort always comes first. When comfort is given a timeless and stylish design, the masses catch up with it. Some will even pick-and-choose a less popular high-end label over a household name or vice versa. Even though Milan isn’t that much of a sneaker city, chunky sneakers were all-present. Anyhow, from London to Milan, here are 15 chunky sneakers guys love to wear.
Nike Air Max
Whether it’s Air Max 97 or 95, you just can’t deny how comfy these chunky sneakers can get. After being released in countless colorways. The shoe has become quintessential in the streets of London and Milan.
Balenciaga Triple S
Can we all take the time to applaud Demna Gvasalia for designing iconic chunky sneakers? Every city we visit, we keep spotting them. The Balenciaga Triple S are most definitely one of those sneaker trends that won’t blow over quickly. After Seoul, take a look at how people wore them in London and Milan.
Ozweego by Raf Simons
The Ozweegos are one of Raf Simons’ most popular creations in collaboration with Adidas. We never got the chance to get our hands on these shoes designed by Raf himself. Not even at their stock sale in Antwerp. So seeing them in the streets of London made us feel some type of way.
More chunky alternatives…
Last year guys wore chunky sneakers a lot, and we feel like they will be big in 2018. Considering not everyone is a fan of the Balenciaga ones. People are looking elsewhere. At some label that’ll have a shoe with a chunky look combined with comfort and sleek details. We’re looking at brands like New Balance, FILA, Gucci, Reebok, and more who also serve a range of thick-soled shoes.
Photo credit: Imaxtree, Robert Spangle, Kuba Dabrowski, Eva Al Desnudo, Buro 27, Robert Spangle, Matthias Geerts for Enfnts Terribles