Lines We Like: What’s Next?
Brands continue to impress, adding new details to upgrade tried and true offerings.
Lamo • Samuel
This new, winterized style from Southern California comfort brand LAMO Footwear features the brand’s LAMO-LITE EVA outsole and is lined with a premium, Australian sheepskin footbed.
Puma • RE.GEN Mirage Sport
Part of Puma’s second season of its RE.GEN line, the Mirage Sport, like the other footwear, apparel and accessories in the line, is “inspired by the idea of regeneration in an urban world.” RE.GEN products are constructed from textile industry waste and recycled materials, broken down and crafted into usable, non-virgin fabrics, all in an effort to reduce and regenerate textile industry waste.
Cole Haan • ZERØGRAND Changepace
Designed as a modern work shoe for today’s casual mode, the new ZERØGRAND Changepace Sneaker incorporates a sleek upper design with elements of the brand’s running shoe tech for all-day wearability and energy return with the brand’s new Superfeel Foam.
Mizuno • Wave Rebellion
Built for speed, the new Wave Rebellion has a lightweight and responsive design. An aggressive toe off and confident grip is combined with MIZUNO ENERZY LITE cushioning for a light overall feel. At the core of the Wave Rebellion’s speed is a glass fiber reinforced wave plate which starts from the back of the heel and forks into the forefoot, offering higher rigidity and 1,141 percent more snap than Mizuno’s standard wave plates — delivering enhanced bounce and responsiveness, according to the brand.
Teva • ReEmber Mid
Putting an eco spin on the brand’s cozy, quilted Ember style, the new ReEmber line features a 100% recycled ripstop upper, a recycled EVA and rubber outsole a rib knit collar, and a microfiber liner. The upper is water-repellant.