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These Are The Best-Selling Sneakers of 2018 So Far — And The No. 1 Pick Is Only $48

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Every season is shoe season if you ask us, and if you’re looking to get your hands (err.. feet) on a pair of new kicks this month, here’s a good list of options to get you started. Our sister site – and industry experts – Footwear News, has found the best prices on the best-selling sneakers of 2018 so far.

From Footwear News:
Every quarter, the analyst firm NPD Group Inc. releases information on the best-selling sports shoes of the past three months — and now, the results from April to June are in. Topping the list for the second time was the Nike Tanjun, followed by six other Nike styles, two from Jordan and one from Converse. All of the looks were athleisure-heavy, and are sure to dictate street style trends for months to come.

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Want to see if your favorites made the list? Check out all the in-demand options, below, and nab your top pairs before they’re all gone.

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 1. Nike Tanjun

Nike TanjunImage courtesy of Nike

A newer take on the best-selling Nike Roshe Run , the mesh design and sleek color palette make these kicks a great complement to any outfit.

  

2. Nike Air Max 270

Nike Air Max 270Image courtesy of Nike

Inspired by two iconic Nike Air designs, the Air Max 270 features the brand’s largest “air bag” yet — so you’ll basically feel like you’re walking on a cloud.

  

3. Air Jordan Retro 11 Low Basketball Shoes

Air Jordan Retro 11 Low Basketball ShoesImage courtesy of Finish Line

Featuring circular traction for pivoting and a more minimalist design than its predecessors, the Air Jordan 11 can easily be worn from the courts to casual hangouts.

  

4. Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Core Ox

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Core OxImage courtesy of Zappos

Beloved by kids and adults alike, this classic shoe unsurprisingly remained in the list’s top five. Everyone needs a pair of Chucks in their closet.

  

5. Nike Air Huarache

Nike Air HuaracheImage courtesy of Nike

This iconic shoe has been offering the best of comfort and style (just peep that heel clip) since its debut in 1991. It’s now available in more colors than ever and still a best-seller.

  

6. Nike Air Force 1 ’07

Nike Air Force 1 '07Image courtesy of Nike

A basketball classic turned celebrity favorite (Bella Hadid andg Lily Aldridge are huge fans), these all-white kicks continue the prove their lasting power.

  

7. Nike Revolution 4

Nike Revolution 4Image courtesy of Zappos

The Nike Revolution 4 features a silhouette similar to that of the Tanjun, but with the addition of a memory foam insole and extra padding at the heel for enhanced comfort. They’re less than $50 too which is a steal.

  

8. Air Jordan 10 Retro Basketball Sneakers

Air Jordan 10 Retro Basketball SneakersImage courtesy of Finish Line

The Air Jordan 10 only seems to get better and better with each new iteration. In June, the shoe was released in a red, white and blue colorway for graduation season, while it most recently became available in a “Cement” version. Nike even released a “Chinese New Year” version earlier this year. Yay or nay?

  

9. Nike Kawa Slide

Nike Kawa SlideImage courtesy of Amazon

Okay so they’re not technically a pair of sneakers, but the Nike Kawa slides  make the list thanks to their superior cushioning and traction — not to mention, they’re super easy to slip on and off, making them the perfect pick for when you’re hitting the beach or relaxing poolside.

  

10. Nike Benassi

Nike BenassiImage courtesy of Nike

Another summer-ready option from Nike, the Benassi slides feature a bold logo on the leather strap for a more athletic style. This is a footwear staple in every wardrobe.

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