Jumped off in the late '70s, Fila established itself as a true style benchmark in the mid-'90s, where sportswear became all the rage. Many other notable retro sneakers are dated back to that age too, including Fila Disruptor and Fila Venom, so named because they're characterized by a viper-fang vamp intercrossing and by a cobra-head wrapped toe design. Rethought and renamed according to their release year, the Fila 94 Low renew the bonds with vault Fila sneakers and claim to be a modern iteration of many heritage chunky shoes. The multilayered upper stays true to the OG blending nappy suede, mesh and leather with a huge "F" printed on the heel, along with a Fila logo on the side. Versatile as a runner yet cozy as a dad sneakers, those dope Fila lie on thick foam-injected midsole done in white, whose curvy lines really matches the bold hues of the the upper. Up for a taste of Nineties?