Sole Food

Kick off your spring with these food- and drink-inspired sneakers.

Saucony is no stranger to creating snack-driven kicks, with designs including ramen and avocado toast in its arsenal. Now in time for the Boston Marathon, the brand teams with Dunkin’ for the second year in a row to release some sweet sneaks. The Saucony x Dunkin’ Kinvara 10 ($120) kicks last year’s design up a notch—upgrading from the Kinvara 9 style, as well as incorporating graphic text and whimsical details like a frosted doughnut medallion on the laces.

Since launching out of Boston in 2015, NOBULL’s sneakers have become staples in exercise enthusiasts’ wardrobes. Released in early March, its latest line, Brooke’s Coffee Roasters, pays homage to the upbeat personality of CrossFit athlete Brooke Wells. The collection includes three pairs of trainers and the customer-favorite Espresso Knit Runner ($159)—featuring the brand’s signature breathable upper and outsole lug pattern in shades of warm chocolate brown and cream.

Founded by NBA legend and Cambridge Rindge and Latin alum Patrick Ewing in 1990, Ewing Athletics taps local purveyor Grillo’s Pickles for its latest collaboration, which launched earlier this month. The Sport Lite x Grillo’s Pickles sneaker ($140) upgrades its OG cross-training shoe with premium suede and a lower cut than other models. The retro basketball sneaker nods to Grillo’s with shades of green, a clear pickle jar-inspired sole and the trademark lounging pickle logo on the shoe’s back and bottom.

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