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You collect them. You wear them. You admire them. A sweet pair of kicks can make any outfit fire, or at least help improve your next workout. For shoes that can make your feet look and feel fly, shop this list from local retailers. (Need something to complete your look? Try our list of sweaters or perhaps some golf attire from Macklemore.)
Saucony Shadow 6000 'Foodfight,' Likelihood
Seattle's streetwear haven stays on top of the latest sneaker releases, from the latest and greatest Yeezys to retro Air Jordans to nostalgic New Balance collaborations. If a statement shoe's on your list, look no further. First Hill
Launch 8, Brooks
We've got practical picks too. These Launch 8s offer lightweight cushioning designed for comfort and speed. Wallingford
When it comes to trail running, Nike's got you covered. This pair offers dynamic support for treading on rocky terrain, as well as protective skins and segmented rock plates for extra durability.
Caprine Low, Danner
These shoes embody the PNW life, easily going from city streets to nature trails with minimalist design and high durability. Pike Place Market
Taos Starsky, Market Street Shoes
Designed for all-day wear, the Starsky sneaker offers superior arch support. Neutral colors and timeless styling make this shoe your next staple. Ballard
Clae Men Deane Waterproof Sneaker, Sole Food
With a molded EVA footbed and leather-lined uppers, this pair from Sole Food ups the comfort and style. University Village
Nike Men Blazer Mid '77, Bait
Bait's stock is sneakerhead heaven, and this pair is just one example. The retro swoosh paired with a paint splatter design breathes creative new life into an old-school basketball aesthetic. Capitol Hill