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    I've incorporated sneakers into my wardrobe quite a bit more the past couple years, even at work, and rotate amongst the following: adidas Stan Smiths, Sambas (white), Berlin (navy suede), and the Nike Killshots. They are each very versatile and comfortable. I have chronic foot tendonitis from running and spent an entire day roaming around Istanbul in the Stan Smiths with no problems.

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    One more for the Allbirds. I got a pair of the Tree Skippers a couple weeks back and they are super comfortable. I can't attest to durability, and I'm still a bit skeptical that they aren't going to develop a funk (even with washing), but so far they are fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Martigan View Post
    Absolutely love my Puma suedes and Addidas Gazelles. They look as sharp as a sneaker can get, aren't expensive, and have nice color options. There are also all kinds of converse Chuck Taylors, but its maybe a step down stylewise (to me) and I've always felt they ran a bit narrow and were light on cushioning.
    +1 on this. I have several pairs of Gazelles (and can't believe the price increase, but that's a posting for another day) and have no problem walking around in the them for extended periods of time.

    I do have issues with the Chuck Taylors though. After a few hours of walking in them, my dogs are barking. So for a full day of walking around the city I tend to look for something else.

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    Alot of good recommendations so far. A few other thoughts
    1. You may need to think about how much technical vs style you want to trade off (I have all kinds of sneakery things that I wouldn't want to spend all day walking in, whereas I love my Mizunos for comfort if not looks).
    2. Of the more more stylish things, some of the Vans models aren't so skate shoe looking.
    3. I bought a pair of "Rush by Gordon Rush" From 6 PM in the fall. They are basically a Common projects knock off, but pretty cheap, and they are comfy and have worn well so far.
    https://www.6pm.com/rush-by-gordon-r...gIFAQIYHAo.zso

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