Introducing Your 2016 Must Have Trainers

If you’re anything like us, trainers are a huge part of your wardrobe. Whether you’re a fan of comfortable casual trainers or super stylish trainers for your smart-casual outfits or simply practical trainers for when you’re hitting the gym, we at Stuarts London think you should be paying attention to the hottest styles of 2016 as predicted by us. Here’s our big Top Ten Trainers of 2016, take your pick and style yourself sneaker-happy.

#10 Reebok Workout Lo

reebok-workout-lo-clean-pn-black-leather-shoes-v68814-p22690-80833_imageFrom the Reebok classic collection, these lace ups offer a low-cut design for flexibility while the leather upper provides the necessary support for a comfortable fit and durability. Lightweight and shock absorbant, these trainers are ideal for lasting sturdiness.

#09 New Balance M576


First released in 1988, these British made lace ups are part of the New Balance footwear collection that’s built for sturdiness. Made with premium leather uppers, a branded heel stabiliser and a c-cap midsole for extra cushioning, New Balance are onto a winner with this new collection of trainers.

#08 Adidas Originals Footwear Stan Smith


With its debut in 1971, the Stan Smith from Adidas has become a streetwear legend. Still with the same authentic look, this new generation of Stan Smiths have been updated to include super-soft premium tumbled leather as well as high fashion accents such as the Stan Smith logo in vintage gold foil.

#07 New Balance 2016 Tokyo Design Studio


To honour New Balance’s 110th anniversary, Tokyo Design Studio created this special edition trainer. This brand new design combines all the best features of New Balance’s past and future designs and brings them to life with classic materials and innovative details in the design. A sleek choice that will update your entire look.

#06 PF-Flyers X Tanner Goods Center Hi Titan Blue Shoes


These trainers are built for performance. The midsole is injected with PU for cushioning, they’re lined with rich pig skin and they’re made from indigo legacy leather from Horween Leather Company. Made in the USA, these Limited Edition trainers are hot off the press.

#05 – Nike Air Huarache Utility


The 80s are well and truly back in fashion and as usual, Nike are right on the ball with these new trainers. They toughen up their famous running shoe by adding a nylon upper, fused mudguard and of course the bold visual effect of the detail. With all the same great cushioning effect of the original Nike Air, these trainers offer the wearer exceptional comfort and style.

#04 Nike Roshe One


Nike have pulled it out of the bag once again with their Nike Roshe One. This trainer offers breathability and lightweight impact protection to ensure comfort however you like to wear your trainers. Suitable for pairing with your casual wardrobe, this trainer is build for long lasting comfort thanks to the solarsoft sockliner and cushioned collar.

#03 Adidas Originals Jeans


Making a return to our footwear collections, back by popular demand, these Adidas Originals Jeans trainers are the 1980’s reissue you’ve all been waiting for. Retro in design but with added trainer technology that makes them even more comfortable before, Adidas make another valuable addition to their Adidas Originals collection.

#02 Paul Smith Mono


While a fan of the unusual and contemporary, Paul Smith also isn’t afraid to strip things back to basics whenever he thinks something is missing from the footwear fashion world. These trainers are simplicity at its best, with the features such as a canvas lining, metal eyelets and cushioned insoles that you’ve come to expect from a classic trainer.

#01 Nike Air Max 90


Another twist on a classic, these Nike Air Max’s include all of the essential features of a running shoe and more including a no-sew overlay that gives the trainer a supportive and lightweight feel. The visible air-sole unit helps to absorb any impact. An authentically styled classic, Nike have managed to up-style one of their best trainers to maximum effect.

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