The best reviewed sneakers of the year

The best reviewed sneakers of the year

Our version of 2024 wrapped—these are the sneakers you bought, styled, and loved on repeat this year.

Our top reviewed sneakers of 2024—

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The 1993—

Made popular by the iconic baseball movie The Sandlot, the 1993 is high top with a slim silhouette. Pair this shoe with relaxed pants and a worn in t-shirt.

"Some of the best, and comfiest shoes I’ve ever owned. And they look way more badass than chucks.”

—Jake S., 5 star review

"These are AWESOME. Fit perfectly, true to size. Definitely going to run faster and jump higher. 10/10 would recommend.”

—Dylan H., 5 star review

PF. Flyers The 1993

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The Center Hi—

The epitome of a classic high top, style the Center Hi with black jeans and a relaxed white t-shirt for a wear-all-weekend outfit.

"This is an amazing shoe! Great style, very comfortable, a true classic."

—Chris C., 5 star review

"Best sneaker period. Best looking, best price, best fit and comfort. Sorry chuck!”

—Gerald H., 5 star review

PF. Flyers Center Hi

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The Center Lo—

An archival reissue pulled from the PF vaults, the Center Lo has a relaxed look that pairs well with a relaxed look for a day spent outside.

"Best skate shoes!!! Super comfy and super flexible for my tricks.”

—Leo G., 5 star review

"Love these shoes! They are so comfortable and I love the look. I have them in red, white, and black.”

—Jan E., 5 star review

PF. Flyers Center Lo

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The All American Hi—

A nod to our basketball heritage, the All American Hi is designed with modern details for a more polished look. Wear with an oversized sweater and wide leg pants.

"My favorite pair of flyers yet!”

—Ryan F., 5 star review

"Super attractive shoe that pays homage to an awesome history.” A ton of support and durable material.”

—Greg S., 5 star review

PF. Flyers All American Hi

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We can’t wait to see how you style your favorite pair. Go ahead, show off your style.

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