Top 10 Mid-Top Sneakers

Mid tops are sneakers that aren't too high at the ankle, but aren't too low either. Mid tops rise just up to the ankle level, offering less restriction and ample ankle mobility. Check out these comfy finds.

Who’s got love for Nike SB Dunk Mids? The VERY popular Nike Dunk SB (skateboarding) is a slight variation on the original Dunk, released in 1985. Designed with the skater in mind, the Nike Dunk SB has a fat tongue and a Zoom Air insole. These improvements add comfort for the casual wearer and the skateboarder alike. The Nike Dunk SB craze has only grown bigger with the limited production on many SB colorways, including the highly sought after Supa, Supreme, Pigeon and Mulder models. Just to name a few.

Back in 1979, the adidas Top Ten basketball sneaker made its entry into the adidas basketball line-up. Tried and tested by ten of the NBA's finest, this shoe is reborn with a clean style, and a synthetic leather upper built for comfort. Lighter and less bulkier than the Adidas Forum, those who like less to carry around, choose the Top Ten over the Forums.

Nike 6.0 Mavrk shoes feature an old school sole with an action-sports performance upper. If you're looking for the most basic kicks that money can buy, here are some quality ones for a decent dime.

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Vans Half Cab Pro

Put the fake ollie behind you in these powerful Half Cab Pro skate shoes from Vans. Suede upper in a technical mid top skate shoe style with a round toe. Classic silhouette. Lace-up front with overlay and stitching detail. Logo patch on side, padded tongue and collar. Fabric lining, removable high-grade PU cushioned insole, skate style midsole, original waffle rubber outsole for grip, traction, and durability.
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Converse Revere SB Mid

I thought I'd throw in something a little different from Converse - other than their infamous Chuck Taylor which is truly worthy of the number one spot. . The Converse Revere was designed for skateboarders. This particular model contains a 100% suede upper combined with a white rubber cupsole for flexibilty and comfort. Besides the Converse logo tag on the tongue, this shoe also possesses the 1980′s CONS script imprinted on the heel. The Converse SB Revere Mid is available in an all-red colorway with blue shoelaces and blue colorway with red shoelaces.

A classic staple in the DVS street line, the Men's Milan CT Mid Skate Shoe wraps your ankle in a touch of padded paradise and gives your toes the toothy traction of a vulcanized sole. For those who have a tendency to come down hard on their heels, Bruise Control Technology throws a little extra cushioning in the heel-cup area so you can walk home without a limp. Step into a pair of the Milans and floss with the classy looks of a throwback casual shoe and the dedicated performance of a kick designed to slay the street.

Nike Blazers are blazingly cool. If you are looking for sneakers you can wear whenever with whatever then these are it. Nike Blazers come in lows and highs and are offered in a variety of interesting colorways. These are some of the best sneakers to come out this decade. Don't sleep! Grab a pair today!

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Vans Chukka Boot

Dig the high-top tip but aren’t sure such heights are for you? The VANS Men’s Chukka Boot is a low-key mid-top made for cold-kickin’ it. When you get lost on your way home from a patio party, the padded footbed and collar will cushion and support your feet to make your wayward trudging as comfy as can be. Whether or not you’re full of brew, the Chukka Boot’s flexible sole makes for fancy walkin’.

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C1RCA 99 Vulc Skate Shoe

The premium materials in the C1RCA Men's 99 Vulc Select Skate Shoe are the batter—funky style is the icing on top. Coming from C1RCA's lab of steeze (like a fortress of solitude but all neon-ed out, with shoes) the 99 Vulc features a flexible, vulcanized rubber sole and an embossed suede upper with retro graphic treatments. Inside, arch and heel cushioning absorbs impacts, and a pigskin lining provides immediate break-in comfort.

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Alife Everybody Mid

One of New York’s leading streetwear labels, Alife, is enjoying some flashes of glory on the east coast streets. Its most popular sneaker model, the Everybody Mid, is becoming more visible in frequency than the Dunk.