These Unmissable Sneakers Are Now Under £200 at The Edit LDN!
Whether you're an old school sneakerhead or you're just starting to get into the game, acquiring the most hyped colourways and silhouettes can be overwhelming, especially if you're not used to it. To save you the trouble, The Edit LDN has hand-selected some of the most unmissable sneakers available right now, all in a neat little list. Some sizes are now under £200 too, so you can get some pure heat on your feet without breaking the bank!
From sought-after Air Force 1 collaborations to limited edition Dunks, stop what you're doing and secure your pair right now while you still can. And while you're here, make sure you follow us over on Instagram for the hottest sneaker and streetwear content out there!
Nike Dunk Low "Panda"
Unless you've been living under a rock over the past two years, you'd know that the Nike Dunk Low "Panda" is, hands down, one of the most popular sneakers of all-time. Introduced as part of the Dunk Spring 2021 line-up, this was one of the colourways that kicked off the hype surrounding the '80s basketball shoe, and there's really no wonder why. Crafted from a full leather construction, it's painted in a black and white colourway that will work with literally any fit you throw on, so secure your size right now before it's too late. Buy now
New Balance 2002R Protection Pack "Mirage Grey"
There's no doubting the fact that the Protection Pack is one of New Balance's most sought-after collections, and the New Balance 2002R Protection Pack "Mirage Grey" is one of the colourways that you definitely don't want to miss. Created by Chinese footwear designer Yue Wu, he has taken the retro silhouette to another level with a delightfully deconstructed design that's made to turn heads. Working on top of a mesh base, it's overlaid by jagged suede panels for an artifact-inspired aesthetic that's unlike anything else out there. Buy now
adidas Samba Vegan "White Gum"
The retro sneaker trend is all the rage these days, and vintage sneakers like the adidas Samba Vegan "White Gum" are leading the way. Even though this model is well over 70 years old, its design has pretty much remained the same. Painted in a clean white and black combination, it's equipped with vegan leather and suede, so not only will you look good wearing these, you'll feel good too. All of this sits on top of a gum rubber midsole that adds to the old school vibe that we all know and love. Buy now
Air Jordan 1 High OG "Heirloom"
The fact that you can secure the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Heirloom" for under £200 is totally mind-boggling. In our honest opinion, this is one of the best Jordans of 2022. Unlike conventional pairs, this one drops the usual all-leather construction in favour of a canvas base which adds an element of versatility to the basketball shoe. It's also overlaid by tan leather panels which we absolutely adore. The legendary winged basketball has been finely debossed along the collar as well, resulting in a truly timeless look. Buy now
Yeezy Slide "Bone"
Whatever your opinion is of Kanye West, there's no denying that the Yeezy Slide "Bone" is one of the most comfortable sandals of all-time. Featuring a minimalistic aesthetic that will work with any fit, it's crafted from a one-piece EVA construction that literally feels like you're walking on a pair of clouds. All of this, paired with an extra toothy outsole underfoot, and you've got a piece of footwear that you can rock all day and all night with no dramas. Buy now
Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low "White"
Want a hyped collaboration in your collection that isn't too in-your-face? Then the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low "White" might just be what you've been looking for all this time. Taking on the American sportswear company's iconic white-on-white AF1, the only real difference here between this and the OG is the fiery red box logo that's stamped across the heel. While it may look pretty simple, it's extremely effective, so grab your personal pair right now while your size is still around. Buy now
Travis Scott x Nike Air Trainer 1 SP "Wheat"
Considered by many sneakerheads to be one of La Flame's most underrated sneakers, the Travis Scott x Nike Air Trainer 1 SP "Wheat" dropped on the Air Trainer 1's 35th birthday. Following the Houston-born rapper's signature earthy theme, it's equipped with all the bells and whistles that you definitely need to see to believe. From the legendary backwards Swoosh to the zipped pocket around the back, these sneakers also come with a series of rivets around the upper where you can attach the custom waterproof shroud. Neat, right? Buy now
Air Jordan 1 High OG "Heritage"
Yet another Air Jordan 1 that we can't believe can be copped for under £200, the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Heritage" is, in our opinion, a future icon in the making. Following the same colourblocking as Hiroshi Fujiwara and Travis Scott's legendary three-way collaboration from 2021, it's painted in a "Chicago"-esque palette that nods to His Airness' origins. It also comes with extra laces straight out of the box, so you can mix and match and make them your own. Buy now
New Balance 550 "Cream Black"
New Balance is quickly becoming one of the most popular sneaker brands, and it's thanks to sneakers like the New Balance 550 "Cream Black." One of the latest colourways to hit the Boston brand's '80s basketball shoe, it's fitted with smooth leather throughout complete with perforated detailing for an extra retro look and feel. The "N" logo is finely inlaid across the lateral and medial side panels, and down below, the midsole has been specifically engineered to dominate, both on the street and on the hardcourt. Buy now
Nike Dunk Low "Team Red"
While newer sneakerheads would easily assume that the Dunk is an all-new model, both you and I know that it was actually introduced way back in the '80s during the basketball craze. To pay homage to this era, the Nike Dunk Low "Team Red" references one of the original "Be True To Your School" releases. Simple, sleek, and seriously striking, some sizes are now under £200 at The Edit LDN, so add them to your collection right now before someone else does. Buy now
adidas Samba Vegan "Black Gum"
Want to ride the retro trainer train but unsure where to begin? If that sounds like you, then the adidas Samba Vegan "Black Gum" is a good place to start. Taking on one of the German sportswear brand's most iconic vintage models, this is outfitted in vegan leather and suede, but retains the classic '40s look that's all the rage these days. It also sits on top of a gum rubber midsole for added traction with every step. What's there not to love? Buy now
Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe "Dark Sulfur"
While the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe "Dark Sulfur" might look quite simple from the outset, the concept behind the shoe is actually pretty deep. Made in collaboration with the New York City-based contemporary artist, this silhouette is here to remind you that sneakers should be used as a piece of utility and should be worn and not stored away collecting dust. Nodding to some of the most popular Swoosh models from the past, it's fitted with a breathable knit upper and a toothy midsole for the perfect balance between form and function. Buy now
sacai x Nike Blazer Low "White Patent"
Can you believe you can get the sacai x Nike Blazer Low "White Patent" for under £200? We can't either. One of the latest sneakers to come from the visionary that is Chitose Abe, this limited collaboration is dressed in glossy patent leather and comes with all the deconstructed bells and whistles that you'd expect from the Japanese fashion brand. From double the Swooshes to twice the midsoles, there's honestly nothing else quite like this out there. Buy now
New Balance 550 "Triple Black"
Enter stealth mode in style this season with the New Balance 550 "Triple Black." Giving the Boston brand's ever-popular basketball model a murdered out makeover, every single detail is dipped in a black, black, and nothing but black. With a premium leather construction and New Balance branding across the sides and heel, you'll also spot an old school basketball graphic on the tongue which nods to the silhouette's '80s roots. Buy now
UNDERCOVER x Nike Dunk High 85 "Gym Red"
And last but not least, we have the UNDERCOVER x Nike Dunk High 85 "Gym Red." Made in collaboration with Jun Takahashi, this sneaker has clearly been inspired by Michael Jordan's iconic "Chicago" Air Jordan 1 from back in the day. With a luxe tumbled leather construction, crisp flat laces, and a speckled midsole underfoot, this special project is also embossed with "UBA" around the heel, referencing the Japanese label's fictional basketball association that we wish was actually a real thing. Buy now