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Sneakers are now an undisputed part of our daily looks. Models, influencers, company managers, rappers? opt for a pair of sneakers to complete their looks, even the most formal ones, from party dresses to two-piece suits.

On the catwalks, designers continue to design sneakers, generating new trends and styles.

One of the Spanish brands of reference in sportwear is Munich, which in recent years has gone from triumphing with sports equipment to include much more fashion and street style designs.

We reveal the four must have trends for men and women for 2020.


It is the reduced sneaker, due to the appearance of the Nu Minimal, and is that in fashion everything returns and now it is the turn of retro sneakers;

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Alex chooses Munich Barru 81 and Maria chooses Munich Barru Sky 35 with mesh fabric.

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Munich unixex Legend retro-inspired sneakers

A return to the nostalgic models of the past: classic tennis shoes from the 80s.


Platform soles are not new but they are still going strong this season. Ideal to add centimeters of height without the need for heels. If you are looking to combine them easily, white is your ally color;

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Models with Munich platform. From left to right Ripple 07 – Wave 16 and Ophelia models.


This trend appears in a smaller size than in recent seasons. These are nostalgic throwbacks where simplicity is key;

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Maria wears Munich Wave 27 Fluor

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From left to right Munic Massana Sky in yellow, Wave 26, Osaka 426 all fluorine

In green or fluorescent yellow, ideal to combine with basic total looks.


The classic versions, are about to be longer in our closets to give us a more sporty character to any look and perfect for those who dare to mix styles and prints;

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Alex through the mirror with Munich Barru 78 in navy blue and orange fluor laces.

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Munich Dynamo retro fabric sneakers

From technical footwear to athleisure

Munich began manufacturing technical sports footwear in the 1940s. What began as a small family business focused on creating shoes for rugby, handball, boxing… became a success in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. In futsal it became the market leader with the Goal model and became a benchmark.

It was in 2000 that Munich decided to take a jump to the streets and conquer athleisure with new designs inspired by its flagship sports shoes. First it reissued the successful Goal and then launched other models such as Acropol, Roc or Osaka, inspired by footwear used in taekwondo, athletics and cross country, respectively. 


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Munich Net 01 sneaker made of light grey elastic mesh combined with split leather in the same color.

Munich incorporates each new model to its catalog lifestyle without forgetting the heritage of its sports range, although with a clear fashion vision. The firm has its sights set on the street style, an area in which they are gaining more and more strength. In fact, the characteristic X of their designs has become a recognizable symbol by the general public. Each season they renew designs, materials and colors to adapt to trends and have included in their collection a line of backpacks and bags.

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Munich steps into street style with new sportswear designs. Its X and classic styling strive to incorporate into our everyday looks and an athleisure vision in which sportswear leaves the courts and gyms and sneaks into the most fashionable looks.