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With each passing season, sneakers become less and less intimidating and more and more a viable, fashionable option for ladies who don't like to choose between risking a broken ankle and looking like they're with it. These latest unisex sneakers from A.P.C. for Nike are the absolute perfect hybrid of sporty and chic, with the classic Nike Dunk and Nike Air Max getting the A.P.C. minimalist make-under. We are absolutely head-over-squishy-heels in love with the taupe version, which would look ace paired with everything from slim-fit trousers to flirty skirts (the navy is also cool, but is anyone else getting a early-'00s, Sublime-era Airwalk vibe from the brown ones?). The white and brown trainers will retail for $85 for ladies (and $100 for men), while the navy sneakers will be priced at $120, and will be available August 30 at the 65 A.P.C. stores worldwide as well as online. (WWD)
Photo: Courtesy of A.P.C./Nike
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