Sports apparel designs have a knack for working their way into everyday life: grandma now rocks a velour track suit, Under Armour's great for mowing the lawn, and Cleo Lemon jerseys identify stupid people everywhere. For fashionable kicks born from a sports heritage, check out Android Homme.
Inspired in part by "the interstellar collision of street and lux", Android's newest drop is a line of elevated kicks modeled after athletic foot-shoddings of the 60s, 70s, and 80s which benefit from cool tweaks and materials to make you look like a jock from the future, when one can assume Slamball is huge. Lowtops include the Apollo, which look like tennis shoes Arthur Ashe might've worn, only done up with black suede and perforated patent leather or iridescent copper, and the Craft, modeled after '60s hoops kicks with its white toe cap and sole, and rocking uppers including white leather textured like a stone walkway, silver with topo-map-ish patterns, and electric blue, also how you feel when you go to a party, and they don't play the Slide. Hightops include the all-leather, late '70s b-ball takeoff Jetpack 2, which gets hiking boot eyelets up top and comes in colorways like super-metallic silver and shiny teal/copper, and the Craft Hi, which boasts a white leather toe and uppers like Nebula Gray (w/ a slightly metallic snakeskin texture) and Quasar, a teal version of the snakeskin, because as everyone knows, chicks love dudes who keep it teal.
Android's also got some extreme-er numbers, like the Propulsion, an ultra-high job that looks almost like a S.W.A.T. boot, available in a dark colorway called Asteroid Black, a hue that suggests only slightly more bleakness than Trent Green.