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The Sneaker Styles Flooding Your Instagram Feed

These days, Instagram has become our go-to for what's trending — even more than the traditional runway show or trend forecast: We've seen bags, shoes, jackets, and tons of other clothing items go viral thanks to our favorite social media feed.

And while 2016 is only a few months in, we've already been seeing a certain crop of kicks typically associated with sportswear taking the platform by storm. The funny thing about sneaker trends is that they often aren't new styles — rather, they're old standbys being revived by the right people (take Isabel Marant wearing the Stan Smith, for example) that catch on to soak up few months of fame.

The five types below, in particular, are currently flooding our feeds — in the best way possible, of course. Maybe it's because they're versatile enough to suit a variety of personal styles, or maybe it's because they're "in" with the fashion set, but the good news is: they're cool, they're comfortable, and they're easy to walk in. And thankfully, with a little help from Instagram, we're chock-full of ideas on how to wear these popular sneaks.

Nike Air Max 95 OG
This bold and quirky style may not be for everyone, but anyone who dares pull it off (like our market editor, Rachel Besser) gets major street cred in our book. Wear them with everything from a flowy mini to casual sweats to cropped, frayed jeans.

Air Max 95 OG, $170 $134.97, available at Nike.
Photo: Via @RachelBesser.
Puma Eskiva
A fearless update on the brand's legendary boxing design from the '60s, this hybrid sneaker-meets-boot style by Puma is just as photogenic on the foot as it is on its own. Lace 'em up all the way, or stop halfway through — whichever suits your style.

Puma Eskiva Hi, $120, available at Puma.
Chanel Fabric & Suede Calfskin Sneakers
You know a sneaker's a big deal when Kylie Jenner posts a pic of it. While these luxe joggers may not come cheap, they are a major statement-maker thanks to their chunky, throwback silhoutte, bold colors, and oversized logo.

Chanel Fabric & Suede Calfskin Sneakers, $950, available at Chanel.
Vans Old Skool Lite
Seriously, what's not to love about a sneaker that's black, white, and goes with everything? This classic pair is (once again) having its moment in the spotlight — but instead of dominating skate parks, they're blowing up in #OOTD shots this time.

Old Skool Lite, $65, available at Vans.
Yeezy Boost 350
Likely the most 'grammed shoe of 2015, we don't expect the popularity of Kanye West-designed Yeezy's to slow down any time soon — especially considering rumors that Adidas will release four times last year's quantity starting in February. The only thing that could potentially slow their momentum down is whatever new pair of (reportedly more affordable) kicks West has up his sleeve for Yeezy Season 3...

These are currently sold out, but keep an eye on the Adidas site for updates and restocks.
Nike Cortez
From Chiara Ferragni (pictured here) to Mira Duma, fashion girls have definitely been drawn to this retro-classic white sneaker style from Nike. It's not too sporty, but just athletic enough to finish off any jeans-based outfit with a perfectly stylish, cool-girl touch.

Nike Classic Cortez Premium Sneakers $130.45, available at Farfetch.
Superga x Sandro
Launched just a few weeks ago, the collaboration between It sneaker brand Superga and French fashion label Sandro Paris are a warm weather must. And as if the shoes themselves weren't cool enough already, many members of the fashion crowd have had theirs personalized by Insta-famous artist Marie Sophie Lockhart for an exclusive pair of kicks that's truly their own.

Superga x Sandro 2750 Sneakers Shoes, $95, available at Sandro Paris.