Nike Roshe Run Suede - £75
Proof that stylish can also be comfortable, the Roshe is a lightweight shoe with a combination of suede and a breathable mesh upper. Don't be fooled by the name though, despite its spongy sole it's not designed for running. Instead, wear it day-to-day as evidence of navy blue's unstoppable rise to power as the shoe colour choice of those in the know in 2015.
Adidas ZX Flux Mesh - £70
Combining the sole from Adidas's ZX runner from the 80's with a newly designed woven upper, the Flux combines old and new to produce a shoe that looks just at home on the street as it does in the gym. Like the Roshe it's not really intended for running, but it still makes dashing for the bus more comfortable than most trainers with their rigid soles and sweat-inducing materials.
New Balance ML737 - £55
Proof that good design never goes out of fashion, this is nearly the exact same style that New Balance have been selling since the 70s. The only difference is the EVA midsole, which lasts a hell of a lot longer than anything did 40 years ago. Oh yeah, that and the on-trend modern navy colour scheme. Obviously.
Chuck Taylor All-Star Hi - £50
You don't need shouty branding for the whole world to kow you're wearing Converses, and it's in that spirit this shoe gets rid of any overt logos or decals and opts for an all-over navy blue. Perfect if you like Converse shoes but don't want to turn you feet into minature billboards. Pro tip: Roll the top down if you're feeling fruity.
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