If one ponders upon it, sneaker boots are really funny creations but so spot on for many sneaker fiends, and footwear fanatics seeking something more feet-friendly. When Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker, the trio of Nike, came together in 2004, they hit the right spot in the sneaker niche, bringing together two different crowds onto the same shoe with Air Marcopus. The Wallabee redolent number had been released earlier this year with a Native American touch, featuring colorful knits and prints. This time around, the popular silhouette gets a little less tribal and more street-cred ready in a cool black and mint combo. Rather than weaved fabric, the Air Marcopus Lite is crafted from suave leather upper with mint green accents on the tongue and lace eyelet. Don with your cords cuffed this season and pair with some swanky socks to prep for the new years. Now available at UCS.