The Best Pink and Red Sneakers to Shop This Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and there’s no better way to prep for it than to treat yourself (or your partner) with a fresh pair of V-Day-themed kicks. As always, the majority of our favorite sneaker brands saw us coming, and they've been gearing up for the special day with a coveted collection of seasonal new releases in pink and red-themed colorways.
Nike offers up a series of classic silhouettes revamped with tonal pink, red and burgundy hues, while the signature BAPE STA returns in a bright red colorway. Alongside Nike's slew of love-inspired kicks, our themed roundup features appearances from adidas Originals, Raf Simons and AMIRI -- plus the latest three-way collaboration from PaperGirl, BEAMS and ASICS.
From fully-fledged Valentine's iterations to more subtle approaches to the special day, our guide features kicks for those who celebrate with partners, loved ones and friends as well as those who choose to fly solo and treat themselves.
Scroll down for our definitive list of this season’s must-have Valentine’s Day drops.
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