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The Top Selling Athletic Footwear of Last Year That Will Fit Big Feet

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If you’re curious what the most popular athletic footwear was this past year, you’ll want to take a look at this list. The top selling athletic footwear for 2018 was full of classic and retro-styled sneakers, and surprise, surprise, Nike dominated the list (accounting for well over half of these top 10). See if your favorites made the cut and check out sizing for each shoe below!

No. 10 – Nike Air Force 1 Low

The Air Force 1 has defined shoe culture since the moment it stepped onto the court. And it continues to be a fashion staple thanks to clean lines, a strong midsole, and new and classic colorways in low, mid and high-top styles.

Nike Air Force 1 ’07, $90 (Sizes to 18)

No. 9 – Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2

The second generation of the original Yeezy Boost 350, the V2 version featured a higher-cut and patterned Primeknit upper with a contrasting stripe that read “SPLY – 350.” The reworked upper sat on a larger volume adidas Boost sole.

Adidas Yeezy 350 v2, $255+ (Sizes to 17)

No. 8 – Nike Flex Contact

The Nike Flex Contact is made with stretchy material that lets your foot move naturally for comfort on the go.

Nike Flex Contact Mens Running Shoes, $51.99 (Sizes to 15)

No. 7 – Nike Revolution 4

The Nike Revolution 4 Men’s Running Shoe adds support and comfort to your run with a lightweight, breathable upper and plush cushioning.

Nike Revolution 4, $49.97 (Sizes to 15)

No. 6 – Vans Ward

Hit up the skate park or show off your casual street style in the men’s Ward low-top sneaker from Vans.

Vans Ward Men’s Skate Shoes, $60 (Sizes to 13)

No. 5 – Nike Air Huarache

Designed to stretch with your foot, the Nike Air Huarache Men’s Shoe has remained a sneaker staple since its 1991 debut, when it changed the face of running footwear forever.

Nike Air Huarache, $110 (Sizes to 15)

No. 4 – Jordan XI

The Air Jordan 11 debuted in 1995 as Michael Jordan’s 11th signature sneaker. It continues to be one of the most popular Air Jordans of all-time with many retro releases in its vast catalog of colorways.

AIR JORDAN 11 RETRO “CONCORD 2018 RELEASE”, $315 (Sizes to 18)

No. 3 – Converse Chuck Taylor Ox Low

You need a style to rely on. The Chuck Taylor All-Star is a staple: the high-top and oxford silhouettes stay simply classic, while the white laces and star ankle patch give a nod to the legacy of the Chuck. This is the go-with-everything go-to that you won’t get sick of going to. Stock up.

Converse Chuck Taylor Low, $50 (Sizes to 16)

No. 2 – Nike Air Max 270

The Nike Air Max 270 Men’s Shoe is inspired by two icons of big Air: the Air Max 180 and Air Max 93. It features Nike’s biggest heel Air unit yet for a super-soft ride that feels as impossible as it looks.

Nike Air Max 270, $150 (Sizes to 15)

No. 1 – Nike Tanjun

Named after the Japanese word for “simplicity,” the Nike Tanjun Men’s Shoe offers a streamlined, modern design for an elevated everyday look.

Nike Tanjun, $65 (Sizes to 15)

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