This week, we're taking a step back from the most hyped pairs on our site - sometimes, just sometimes, we like to keep in minimal. Everyday isn't about going against the grain - so, here are our best pairs for office life, not just at your desk, but the commute and train-hopping, too. Forget smart, we're doing up semi-casual.
TOWER's best trainers for the officeJust a little breakdown, promise.
When it comes to greener-footwear, VEJA is second to none.
But, what makes the SDU RT Runner so special? It’s simple - B-Mesh made from 100% recycled plastic bottles and panels of vegan suede sat atop a partially sugar cane outsole and responsibly sourced Amazonian rubber outsoles.
Sporting a mini flag at the collar and a flexible sole, let's get stomping to work - together. You're seeing correctly, that's a full-knitted and breathable upper lined in recycled polyester.
Lowkey yet comfortable, Hugo's Icelin Runn is ideal for off-duty ventures. Leather overlays make them a little smarter, though the standard rubber sole levels the field.
A staple. A classic. After its launch in 1967, the Clarks Wallabee went on to make its mark everywhere from Jamaican Rudeboy culture, to sought after hip-hop collaborations and completing outfits of indie fashionistas across London.
Inspired by ’91s original sketches, New Balance have reworked the 997 to employ the same ethos injected into Steven Smith’s preliminary design whilst catering for a new and updated consumer.
New Balance was the resulting brainchild of William J. Riley, an English immigrant who had made his home in Boston, Massachusetts. Before taking form as the sporting footwear and apparel brand we know on today’s market, New Balance actually began by producing specialise arch support and orthopaedic footwear in 1906 for those who sought elevated comfort or simply - a ‘new balance’ in their step.