Immortalized in <i>The Sandlot</i>, and championed by basketball legend Bob Cousy of the Boston Celtics, PF Flyers and its sneakers are as authentically American as they come. Founded in 1937, the label has perfected its edgy yet classy aesthetic with shoes and boots distinguished by thick rubber soles and unparalleled comfort. Retro-sneaker buffs will dig PF Flyers' vintage-inspired Cousy low-tops, the chevron-embellished Number 5, the Center-Hi Sandlot, and other archival reissues, which come in materials and colors ranging from soft green suede to bead-embossed leather and black canvas. In case you’re wondering, “PF” stands for Posture Foundation — an insole technology patented by the company in 1933 and still applied to every pair.
Ah, that perennial problem: You’re scouring a sale for shoes, and just when you think you’ve found the perfect pair, and are starting to figure out which suits and jeans they'll work with, you suddenly discover that the store is completely, utterly sold out of them in your size. It’s the shopping equivalent of that old trope in the movies where a turntable needle scratches across a record. Well, whether you’re looking for sneakers, boots, or lace-ups, you won’t experience that here, because every shoe in this sale comes in your size.
Sure, leather and suede are great, but when the summer’s in full swing, there’s nothing quite like a pair of classic canvas kicks. Which is exactly why we’ve pulled together this selection of seasonally appropriate sneakers in an array of styles. Go ahead, take your pick.
Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. From footwear to shirting to accessories, we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.
You don’t actually have to be tailgating to wear the stylishly easygoing clothing and accessories in this massive game day-themed sale. The perfect hoodie, the perfect pair of jeans or sneakers — these are integral parts of your wardrobe. Then again, if you are tailgating, putting 'em all together certainly wouldn’t hurt matters.