5 trainers, 5 styles
Today we’re back to bring you a taste of diversity. These quality trainers are from our favourite designers. We’ve sorted through the whole range to hit 5 key styles you should consider for your summer picks.
The Classic White Trainer
Whatever wave Mallet have been riding this past season, it’s working for them. For our take on the classic white trainer, we’ve chosen the Mallet Footwear BTLR Elast Trainers in off-white. Maintaining the iconic elast silhouette, these handcrafted shoes elevate the style with a metal heel clip and variant colour tone.
We’ve seen the banded metal clip before in the Mallet White Diver 2.0 Trainers, but the elast design won us over with its sleek finish.
These particular sneakers were created for day-to-day city life. The green and purple combo with leather and rubber accents is a great contrast against concrete streets.
Back to Black
Emporio Armani prove that a plain black trainer can be anything but boring. The Black Reflective Panel Trainers showcase the SS20 trending chunky sole in leather and not one but TWO huge signature eagle logos on the heel. We recommend pairing these shoes with distressed or ripped jeans to add texture to your outfit.
Sticking with the black theme, check out another fantastic designer pair by Mallet Footwear. Thanks to stretch knit fabric, the sock runner style has been steadily growing in popularity. Mallet’s sleek design is available in midnight black and black/white combo.
We bring you pearlescent trainers. You’re welcome. What’s not to love about this insanely creative design from Giuseppe Zanotti? Known as Urchin style, the rubber spiked sole runs the full length of the shoe. The lurex finish on the main fabric achieves a fuchsia sheen that’s bold and luxurious in the best possible way.