Top 10 best streetwear sneakers of 2019

The world of fans of sneakers being ruthless, LFD retains some of the best releases sneakers of the year to put everyone at its feet.

Asics Gel-Kayano 5.1

Asics Gel-Kayano 5.1 Le Fruit Défendu

Re-released at the end of last year, the Asics GEL-Kayano 5 was released for the first time in 1999. Faced with the success of this sneaker sculptural shapes, the Japanese brand has decided to give it a second youth with the GEL-Kayano 5.1 which displays a refined silhouette. Is this the beginning of the end of "dad shoes"?

Nike Air Max 720

Nike Air Max 720 Le Fruit Défendu

The Nike model with the biggest air bubble of all time. 38mm high against 32 for the Air Max 270. Why 720? Because the Air unit is visible at 360° horizontally and vertically. Quite simple.

LC23 x Peanuts x Diadora

LC23 x Peanuts x Diadora Le Fruit Défendu

For its collaboration with the Italian brand LC23, Diadora has decided to adorn two of its most famous pairs, the B.Elite and the Mi Basket of small patches. With Snoopy on your feet, it's always good to keep a child's soul.

Adidas Terrex Free Hiker

Adidas Terrex Free Hiker Le Fruit Défendu

If you have heard of the art of gorpcore, you probably know that mountain clothing is the pinnacle of cool streetwear. So here are mountain sneakers to wear in town: the Adidas TERREX Free Hiker is even the first pair of mountain boots with BOOST technology.

Y-3 Kasabaru

Y-3 Kasabaru Le Fruit Défendu

Y-3 version of a basketball sneaker, the Kasabaru stands out for its experimental design and the tension between its minimalist nylon upper and scalloped sole inspired by the adidas Trimm Trab of the 70s. A sneaker of the future with roots from the past.

Vans ComfyCush Era

Vans ComfyCush Era Le Fruit Défendu

Take an iconic 1976 Vans silhouette and add unprecedented comfort with new technology: the interior is now one-piece with special ties for "better fit and feel", better support for your feet and a co-molded foam and rubber construction.

Pierre Hardy Street Life - Cube Perspective

Pierre Hardy Street Life - Cube Perspective Le Fruit Défendu

Added on various accessories since 2008, the motif "Cube Perspective" has become the signature of designer Pierre Hardy.

Puma x David Obadia

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For its collaboration with Puma, David Obadia, the founder of the brand Harmony, was inspired by modernist designs for minimal reinterpretations of the Puma RS-1 and Crack by giving his own touch with the various textures.

Clae Edwin

Clae Edwin Le Fruit Défendu

New silhouette of the American brand Clae, the Edwin is a minimalist retro runner with excellent quality materials and high-end finishes (Vibram sole is a reference) at a price defying most of the competition. This is called a good plan.

Veja Rio Branco

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Named after the capital of the Brazilian state of Acre, where the Veja team is based in the Amazon, Rio Branco is the new vegan and ecological sneaker of the French brand: it uses "retro running" sole with wild rubber studs from the Amazon, 100% vegan suede made in Germany and a new innovative breathable material made from recycled plastic bottles and organic cotton.