Not all shoes are created equal but at Cole Haan, they are crafted with a number of comfort-enhancing design attributes so that every shoe feels as comfortable as the next. The latest releases make full use of Cole Haan’s Grand.OS technology – an all-rounded operating system for your feet – cushioning, flexibility, breathability and lightweight.

Just how comfortable are the shoes? Take a look at how freely the New York City Ballet dancers are moving and dancing in them.

Resident Choreographer of New York City Ballet Justin Peck, dancing in the GrandMotion Knit.


GrandEvolution Shortwing, $399

A prime example of Cole Haan’s dedication to creating comfortable shoes, the GrandEvolution is a reinvention of the first ever Grand series: OriginalGrand.

The GrandEvolution retains many of its predecessor’s traditional-meets-sporty appearance but is amped up with improved features. These include the addition of a dual density cushioning system and an extra padded heel to minimise discomfort during the first couple of times it is worn. A dressy Oxford that feels like your favourite sports shoe? You can’t get that anywhere else.


GrandMotion Leather, $299

Sportier than the GrandEvolution, the GrandMotion boasts unrestricted motion as you would expect of a sport shoe. The athleisure-design goes beyond mere looks.

Whether it’s the knit upper with leather overlay or the full-leather upper option, the GrandMotion comes with a padded sock lining for immense comfort. Flexible grooves on the rubber outsole helps to increase traction and flexibility – an added bonus for someone who needs to be quick on his feet, and who is constantly on the go.

Take a closer look at the GrandEvolution and GrandMotion shoes in the gallery at the top. No matter which style you end up choosing, comfort is guaranteed.

Available at Cole Haan stores at 02-11 Paragon and 01-473 Suntec City (North Wing). Follow Cole Haan on Facebook and Instagram for further releases.
Show the image below upon purchase at Cole Haan stores to enjoy $50 off regular-priced shoes (minimum $250 spend).

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