These Knit Sneakers Are The Best Men's Kicks For Fall

Sometimes sneakers are meant for legitimate sport, and other times you just want wear them to look good.

For those of us who live in must-walk-a-lot places like Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago or Manhattan, what we wear on our feet should be as functional as it is stylish.

That's why knit sneakers -- shoes woven out of thread, rather than sewn with leather pieces, which reduces waste and provides higher flexibility and better comfort -- are one of the best trends to hit the pavement this year.

Adidas started it with a pair of fully knitted soccer cleats in 2014, and now that Kanye West issued limited-edition Yeezys (as IG'd by both a Kardashian and a Jenner), it's safe to say it's a full-blown trend.

Grab some and wear them out -- before it gets too cold out and we're all forced to slosh around in snow boots until April.

Nike Roshe One Knit Jacquard
Courtesy Nike
$90, Nike
Nike Free Flyknit Chukka
Courtesy Nike
$170, Nike
Adidas Originals Stan Smith Weave Sneaker
Courtesy Urban Outfitters
Globe Avante
Courtesy Zappos
$75, Zappos
G-Knit Nero
Courtesy Greats
$89, Greats
Adidas Superstar 80s Primeknit Shoe
Courtesy Adidas
$130, Adidas
Athletic Propulsion Labs TechLoom Pro
Courtesy Athletic Propulsion Labs
$140, APL
Globe Roam Lyte
Courtesy Globe
$74.95, Globe

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