Renowned worldwide for its innovative silhouettes, elegance, refinement and unparalleled luxury, Dior has been a go-to stop for discerning gentleman since its founding in 1946. Today, the label continues to be celebrated for its classic yet innovative collections, taking a fresh, contemporary approach to clothing and accessories. This aesthetic translates easily into the label's line of sneakers, with both low-top and high-top styles accented with subtle branding and contrasting color and texture.
The Dior Sneakers Buying Guide
Renowned for its sophistication and sports-luxe aesthetic, Dior sneakers are great for those who enjoy the finer things in life. Color-block paneling and all-over branding make some of these kicks very noticeable when you wear them. Discover high-top and low-top styles, plus chunky ugly dad designs too. Dior sneakers can be styled with both casual and smart outfits; whether they’re with a suit for work or sweatpants at the weekend. To help you make the right choice in size, check out our Dior sneakers size guide within this buying guide below and discover which are the most coveted styles too.
The Most Wanted Dior Sneakers
Dior B23 Sneakers
The B23 sneaker boasts the Dior logo in a repeating design all over. It’s a style that makes a statement and flaunts high-end flair. The B23 pattern is featured on a range of sneaker silhouettes including high tops and low tops.
Dior B22 Sneakers
Typically colorful, Dior B22 sneakers are paneled and chunky. The epitome of sports luxe style they look great with jeans a tee or with tracksuits for an urban look that’s sure to get you noticed for all the right reasons.
Dior B24 Sneakers
These sneakers have more of an athletic runner silhouette and look great with sportswear, sweatpants and tracksuits. This lace-up style comes in a range of fabrics and colorways including canvas uppers with heavy branding.
The Dior Sneakers Sizing Guide
Our size guide makes buying Dior sneakers easier to get right the first time. All Dior sneakers are made in Italy and have Italian sizes. To find out the equivalent sizes by country, please see the grid below.
How To Care For Your Dior Sneakers
Taking care of your new sneakers is important if you’d like them to remain looking as good as new for as long as possible. We recommend the following simple steps to keep your sneakers looking box fresh:
1. Clean after every wear
Taking the time to clean your sneakers each time you wear them means you’re more likely to enjoy that brand-new feeling for longer. Use a little warm water and a stiff bristle brush to remove dirt from canvas and scuba styles; for suede, remove dirt with a suede brush. For leather styles, you can purchase leather cleaner foam and apply with a cloth or sponge. You can also remove the laces and hand wash them to remove any stains. Conditioning and polishing help to restore leather sneakers. A suede brush and a little steam can do wonders for bringing back the plumpness of suede styles.
As the saying goes, “prevention is better than cure” – we suggest using a specialist leather or suede protector spray for your suede/leather Dior sneakers to shield them from the elements. Also, when you’re thinking of wearing your sneakers, always check the weather forecast and avoid wearing them if it’s especially wet!
- Are Dior sneakers comfortable?
Fashion designer Christian Dior founded the iconic Dior label in Paris, 1947. Since then, some of the most influential names in showbiz have worn the label with pride. What makes Dior so popular is not only its sophisticated and elegant style aesthetic but also its attention to detail and high quality. All Dior sneakers are made in Italy, this country is known for its exquisite fashion knowledge and luxuriousness. The fabrics and designs of Dior sneakers give them supreme comfort.
- How can I tell the difference between real and fake Dior sneakers?
First off, take a look at the soles. B23 Dior sneakers, for example, have a diamond pattern on the soles and fakes do not have as much tread in the pattern as real styles. Another good tell-tale sign is the smell. If your Dior sneakers smell like chemicals instead of genuine leather/suede, this is a sign that they’re made from cheap, counterfeit materials. Finally, inspect the box your sneakers have come in. A fake pair of sneakers are likely to be boxed in something that’s flimsy or damaged. Look out for thin cardboard and branding that looks off. With the B23 sneakers that have the repeating Dior logo, check the position of the ‘r’ it should not be blended in with the rest of the logo for example.
- How do Dior sneakers fit?
Typically, Dior sneakers run up to ½ a size smaller, which means you should size up ½ a size when ordering yourself a pair.