shoe is a version of the Stan Smith tennis
sneaker in brown suede. Note the absence of side stripes/perforations on this
version; only a Trefoil logo.
adidas SL 76 ("76" for the 1976 Olympics) has been made in a number of
including "coffee" with "saraha." (A fancy name for "brown" in anyone's
This adidas shoe is the
Tobacco. It was originally marketed in the late 1970s. Now, adidas has
reissued them on and off in limited editions available from various sources at
ASICS shoes is the Top Seven. It was made in the 2003-2004 time frame in
The Converse "Chuck
Taylor" All Star has some brown models. The Brown
Chino colorway is so light, that it is nearly impossible to tell them from unbleached
white. (Either on a scan or in person.)
To me, the Hot
Chocolate colorway looks good enough to eat (or is that drink?).
has made a khaki-colored hemp cloth sneaker with the interesting name "All
Star Hemp High."
The "EZ Chuck" is yet another brown Converse model. This one is in
New Balance "606" cross-training shoe
was available in several colorways, including
white, black, and (the subject of this page) brown. (For those who missed the
brown "606," the "608" is also available in brown.)
has issued a brown ("clay") version of their classic and beloved (by some)
is a PRO-Keds 2002 reissue: a brown leather version of their 1960's "Court King" tennis
PRO-Keds reissue: a brown
suede version of their 1970's "Royal Master" low-top basketball shoe.
The Puma "Easy Rider"
comes in a number of colorways, including (as illustrated) brown.
Puma "Rookie Suede" comes in a number of colorways, including "dark
Earth brown" with
Puma "Suede Mid" also comes in a number of colorways, including "coffee" with
"sesame" formstrip (in other words... brown!)
2005, Reebok made a version of their Phase I tennis
sneaker in brown colors with a bit of red trim.
Balance 963... sneaker, hiking boot, walking shoe?
Air Mada 2... a sneaker or a hiking boot? It's hard to decide...
Air Terra Form... hiking boot or sneaker? (They have a silver and orange version
that makes it even harder to decide...)
Thanks to the marketers, it's getting harder and harder to tell where "hiking boot" ends and "sneaker" begins!
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