We all need a few pairs of shoes for everyday wear. Ones that still are on trend but at a price point that you can get behind and snag a few. Our Men’s buyers have cultivated the top ten sneakers for $100 or under just for you.
For the perfect combination of retro with modern accent the U_Path Run makes the list. This model from the brand of 3-Stripes is built of soft, breathable mesh for everyday wear with a D-ring lacing system adding a distinctive look and the bungee heel piece for extra support.
Be lightning fast on your feet in the futuristic RS-0 Optic Pop, built for the runner in all of us. With a lightweight, breathable upper, comfortable slip-on construction, a nod-to-the-1980s design based on the shoe’s original launch date and an IMEVA midsole for superior energy return, you’ll have all the support you need to go the distance – and some serious style, too.
The premium materials and craftsmanship you expect from New Balance come together to create this subtle textural twist on the iconic 574 men’s shoe. With an upper crafted from a stylish combination of suede and pebbled leather, the 574 Pebbled Sport takes inspiration from the court you can use to navigate your off-duty days in style.
The boldest of the bold. Authentic ’90s adidas vibes are transformed into a bold, confident look. These shoes put a daring spin on retro running style. The upper is made up of layered mesh and nubuck. A lightweight EVA midsole gives them all-day wearability.
Vans has modified the Checkerboard and given us a remix that houses a blurred effect. An intense disorienting effect is captured by a digitally printed graphic that mobilizes the shoe and sets it in motion. The pack consists of the Old Skool, SK8-Hi, and the Authentic. The look can be disorientating and a tongue and cheek warning is blurred in the classic Vans tag reading Caution: May Cause Trippiness.
The FILA Heritage line stays hot this season with the debut of the Ray Tracer, a silhouette that combines retro design with today’s hottest chunky sneaker styles.
Bathed in vintage nostalgia, the Continental 80 shoes capture the retro look of ’80s tennis style. These low-top leather sneakers show off a swooping two-tone stripe on the side and a split rubber cupsole. The A logo window next to the laces and a soft French terry lining recall ’80s styles.
The Nike Air Max Axis Men’s Shoe features durable no-sew overlays for a sleek look and visible Max Air cushioning that helps keep your feet comfortable all day.
A modern take on the iconic hoops shoe that blends classic style and fresh, crisp details. The men’s Air Force 1 Low “White-on-White” is a must have for any sneaker rotation. Always keep a fresh pair on deck.
The iconic Superstar in best after kickin around for awhile. The Superstar is a staple and with a price under $100 you can always keep a fresh pair on deck. With its distinctive shell-toe design, there’s no mistaking this street icon. This version of the adidas Superstar 80’s shoes features double-wide serrated 3-Stripes for a standout look. Fat laces pay homage to early hip hop fashion. The premium leather upper feels soft to the touch.