Footwear designs of 2015 to track

New shoes come out all the time, but sometimes they aren’t just new aesthetics on the same old thing. Sometimes they have the potential to help people in developing nations (like Kenton Lee’s shoe that grows 5 sizes as children grow), or the differently-abled (Nike’s FLYEASE), and sometimes they are a new look at how aesthetics can change (ShiftWear’s flexible display-wrapped kicks).

Check out a list from Core77 writer, Rain Noe, of footwear innovations to track in the near future to see how they turn out.


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