While some of the most sought-after sneakers and collaborative releases can resell for much higher than retail, some of the best sneakers on the market right now are available at the sub £300 mark. Find the full list here, but for some choice favourites, take a look below. 

Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Granite

Muted, earthy tones makes this colourway of the iconic Yeezy sneaker an easy and versatile entry to this list. With the comfortable Boost technology that you’d expect from one of the most sought-after sneaker silhouettes of all time, and the breathable Primeknit upper that sports the instantly recognisable branding, if you’ve not already got a pair of 350s in your collection, now’s the time to buy. 

ASICs GEL-Kayano 14 Cream Black

Picking up pace as a trending sneaker brand, ASICs GEL-Kayano 14 hits the sweet spot between sportswear and streetwear. Metallic design accents line this particular colourway up to compete with some of the most popular footwear of the year like the adidas Wales Bonner silver Samba, and the Nike Air Jordan 4 Frozen Moments release. 

This sneaker takes heavy cues from statement Y2K styles, but is surprisingly wearable despite in isolation looking fairly bold. 

New Balance 2002R Protection Pack Black Grey

Part of the release that proved New Balance could sustain huge popularity even without a designer co-sign, the Protection Pack sneakers feature premium suede layers on the upper, cut into jagged shapes giving the shoes a wholly unique look, and with a low-key colourway like this pair, the contrasting panels really allow the detail to be shown. 

It’s hard to put a foot wrong with one of the most widely shared releases of the year. 

Air Jordan 4 Retro Red Cement

An endlessly popular silhouette that has been getting a lot of love this year (read more about the history of the sneaker here), and for good reason. Few sneakers reach the level of becoming the undeniable icon that the fourth iteration of the Air Jordan has been able to establish itself as. This pair draws on a late ‘80s colourway, the era in which the AJ4 was born and would fit into any rotation, whether you’re drawn to it for it’s sporting credentials or for the standout iconic silhouette.

UGG Tazz Slipper Chestnut

If you’re more in the market for a pair of comfortable slip-on shoes, the Tazz from UGG is really the go-to right now. UGG have had a big comeback and a large part of that return is down to the newer mule style slipper offering that hits the same cool comfort venn diagram as the Birkenstock Boston or Reebok Beatnik.

A suede upper with bold contrasting embroidery, and sheepskin lined for added warmth, EVA foam midsole and textured outsole all make for a shoe that’s perfect for the colder days. 

All of these styles are available on Laced right now, and with our new Premium offering, you’ll be able to get some of the most popular sneaker styles to your door the day after you order them.