The Top 6 Shops for Local Sneakerheads

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In case you missed Kanye’s collection for Adidas or Chanel’s foray into sporty footwear, take note: athleisure is a thing. Along with relaxed silhouettes and muted colors, the casual-sporty trend also means—bonus!—fresh kicks go with everything. Here are the best places to get your sneaker fix locally:

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Corporate

Head here for the latest releases of cult favorites and soon-to-be classics. Remember to sign up for the newsletter to stay up to date—they sell out fast. 2643 Erie Ave., corporategotem.com

Anonymous Skateshop

A local skate shop with a solid selection of brands like Vans and Nike for the Travis Birkenstocks of the world. 5334 Sydney Rd., anonymousskateshop.com

Bob Roncker’s Running Spot

This well-known local mecca for running shoes boasts plenty of sneakers in bright colors to perk up your neutrals. Multiple locations, runningspot.com

UNheardOf

The best place to find kooky Jeremy Scott for Adidas be-winged hightops and all the Nike gear you could ever want. 341 W. 4th Street, UNheardofbrand.com

The Galaxie Skateshop

Galaxie’s selection of skater-worthy brands like HUF, Adidas, and Converse share space with an admirable assortment of decks. Multiple locations, facebook.com/galaxieskateshop

City Gear

The original spot for trendy urban footwear (remember when it was Deveroes?) is still a major player, offering everything from classic Jordans to slick leather and suede high-tops. Multiple locations, citygear.com

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