Created to celebrate Air Max Day, the Nikelab Air Max 1 Royal is the first entry into the company’s Royal series, which takes classic silhouettes and reimagines them in luxury materials. The Royal’s upper is made from synthetic suede, with embellished stitching and debossed details, and is joined with a leather heel wrap and sockliner. A buffed Phylon midsole holds the shoe’s signature visible Max Air unit, and a traditional rubber outsole provides outstanding traction. Available in black or linen.Designed to be worn with or without socks, Allbirds Wool Runners use a unique upper to deliver all-day comfort. The dual-faced upper is made in an Italian mill from New Zealand-sourced merino wool, with an exterior that can take some abuse and a soft, itch-free interior that’s exceedingly comfortable. The insole is also lined in the fabric, and crafted from renewable Ortholite polyurethane, while the sole is a mix of low-density foam and rubber that flexes according to your movements. The result is a shoe that’s casual enough for around-the-house wear yet looks good enough to wear to dinner.Based on the same technology that made Marty McFly’s Mags a reality, the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 is ready to bring auto-lacing technology into the real world. Designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield with an assist from Tiffany Beers, the shoes hide their mechanical systems under under the arch, using a sensor to tell when you’ve stepped in, and automatically adjusting the laces to fit your foot. From there, two buttons let you tighten and loosen as necessary, but this is only the beginning — Nike claims that future models may be able to dynamically adjust the laces on the fly. Offered exclusively to Nike+ members, they come in three colorways.