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Pretty soon, it’ll be time to put away your boots, roll up your sleeves and soak in the sun (while wearing the year’s best sunscreens on, of course). The thought alone might make you wish you could run through a field of flowers right now.
In the meantime, you might be assessing what new items your closet needs. While printed skirts, prairie girl dresses and slide sandals are probably already on your radar, you don’t want to miss out on the one thing that’ll go with everything in your wardrobe: a good pair of sneakers.
And they really will go with just about everything: jeans and a T-shirt, a midi skirt and sweater, or even a slip dress.
The Court Sneaker is $98 and comes in seven different colors, including a dusty rose color, white and black.
These sneakers are unisex and come in men’s sizes, too — from sizes seven to 13. They also come in sizes five to 12 in women’s sizes.
According to the description of them, Everlane’s newest sneaker runs true to size, so you should take your normal size. They’re made from 100% full-grain leather. The sole on these sneakers is made from natural and recycled rubber.
These sneakers are the brand’s latest launch, coming after the debut of the 40-Hour Flat earlier this month and the Cheeky Straight Corduroy Pant and Perform Legging last month. And there are still a lot of other launches slated for the end of February.
But these aren’t the brand’s first foray into sneakers. Last year, Everlane introduced The Trainer, a sustainable leather sneaker that was the first pair under the Tread by Everlane label. Like The Court Sneaker, The Trainer is unisex and $98. Some colors of The Trainer are actually in the “Choose What You Pay” section of the site right now.
If you haven’t been feeling The Trainer’s dad vibes and chunky midsole, the simple and sleek design of the brand’s newest sneaker might work with your wardrobe. This shoe is great for your 9-to-5, a girls (or guys) night out or to dress down the perfect midi dress street-style look.
Chances are you’ll be wearing them well into the beginning of fall and beyond, too.