The best trainers in the world this week

Want to get your casual wardrobe right? You’re going to need a great pair of trainers. With so many new sneaks being unleashed into the world every week, finding the ones that are actually worth owning can be a proper chore. But don’t panic: the GQ fashion team are here to help with our weekly guide to the best trainers we’ve seen over the past seven days.

From the latest Vans collaborations to limited-edition Nike and Adidas trainers that have, you know, been made to actually run in, this feature is our ultimate guide to finding a brand-new pair of kicks. And if you’re still not sated after this lot? Check out our guide to all the greatest men's trainers of 2019 for even more.

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Gucci GG wool slip-ons

Join the Gucci gang with these slip-ons. £400.


Puma x Ader Error Trailfox Overland

The next drop in Ader Error's hook up with Puma is about to arrive and it's perhaps the best yet. £135. At End Clothing.


Neighbourhood GR

Inspired by military training shoes from the Second World War, these might not be suitable for 6am army boot camp, but will definitely give you some serious street cred. £189. At End Clothing.


Li-Ning Furious Rider Ace 1.5

Just because it's autumn, it doesn't mean you need to bid farewell to the bright colours you've been rocking all summer. Our top pick to carry you into the cooler months? These kicks from Chinese brand Li-Ning. £175. At Offspring.


Christian Louboutin Aurelien trainers

Crafted in Italy, these are super luxe and will elevate your sneaker game to a whole new level. £1,010. At Browns.


Palm Angels trainers

These Palm Angels trainers will add serious heat to any look you rock this autumn. £265. At Browns.


Rick Owens x Veja trainers

Rick Owens’ collaborative collection with Veja has been supremely popular and these are our favourite kicks from the line-up. £230. At


Balenciaga Track 2 Open trainers

If an Hermès Birkin is the “it” bag of, well, ever, then these must be the “it” shoe of 2019. £595. At Browns.


7 Moncler Genius Hiroshi Fujiwara trainers

As part of its Genius Project, Moncler has teamed up with Hiroshi Fujiwara, the man behind Fragment. The best bit about these trainers? They're making a very strong case for Velcro, proving it's not just for children. £429. At End Clothing.


Converse All Star Hi 70s trainers

While patchwork might remind you of that blanket your grandmother made you when you were four years old, we're totally obsessed with these multicoloured corduroy trainers. £74.99. At Offspring.


Dolce & Gabbana Portofino trainers

Not making it to Portofino this autumn? No, nor us. Instead, buy these trainers. £675. At Browns.


Ami Basket Basse trainers

Founded in 2011 by Alexandre Mattiussi, Ami has become one of the hottest catwalk collections on the Paris Fashion Week roster. Not only excellent for winter-warming oversized coats, it also does mega trainers. Case in point, these Basket Basse kicks, which are a wardrobe essential. £375. At

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