From Celebrated Point Guard Kicks to Futuristic Laceless Sneakers

By: Rebecca Byers - Jan 30, 2016
The top 2015 shoes trends showcase a variety of progressions within an industry largely influenced by celebrity fashion choices and professional sports endorsements.

Arguably the most talked about release of the year, Kanye West's collaboration with Adidas resulted in a frenzy that made them the hardest to get your hands on. There are now several iterations of the Yeezy Boosts including the seemingly Star Wars-inspired Yeezy Boost 350 Moonrock boots that all remain in high-demand.

Additionally, with the phenomenal championship performance from Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors, Under Armour began to garner plenty of attention as his main sponsor. The Under Armour Curry One Low-Tops were just one take on the NBA MVP's on-court footwear choice, with that shoe alone released in several colorways.

For more information on the patterns that will shape the footwear market in 2016 and ahead, be sure to peruse our 2016 Trend Report.