Converse has taken the All Star and given it a waterproof makeover for autumn. It features a Nike Lunarlon sole and Counter Climate Shield Canvas (sounds impressive, doesn't it?) to keep your feet warm, dry and stylish.
An exclusive to Mr Porter, these classic tennis shoes with an on-trend chunky sole from Golden Goose are made out of untreated leather, allowing them to age and crease naturally, which is a good thing. Definitely a good thing.
Golden Goose Starter Contrast-Trimmed Leather Sneakers, £315, mrporter.com
The definitive New Balance model, these navy leather 576s re crafted in the brand's Flimby factory (by a small trainer-making elf we imagine) and are finished off with subtle beige and grey detailing, as well as Union Jack stitched onto each tongue.
The ultimate 'dad' trainer (that's no bad thing) Nike's intensely retro Air Max 96 SE has been reworked for the present day with a leather and nylon construction and not one, but two embroidered swoosh logos along the sides.
Puma has teamed up with contemporary artist Bobbito Garcia for a reworking of their classic Clyde trainer. This version comes in an understated, autumnal colourway, with a suede upper and off-white sole.
In collaboration with Moscow-based Faces & Laces, Reebok has taken the Club C and given it a black and high-vis revamp, while the pebble-dashed midsole represents the ongoing construction work in Moscow, apparently.
The latest output from Amsterdam-based Filling Pieces represents the brand's low-key luxe approach to trainers. These simple (but very well made, of course) black and white pair in pebble grain leather are a particular favourite.