Chuck Taylors recently. What were the coolest shoes to have about 30 years ago are back in vogue now- in all kinds of designer colors and fabrics. When I was doing P90X I was looking for a pair of shoes to save my knees and ran across the concept of "barefoot shoes" like the Vibram Five Fingers. The idea is to use a minimal amount of support because our feet and leg muscles get lazy from all that support and by working out without the support we build strength. I ended up going a different way for shoes then. But, when I got my first pair of Converses (well the first pair in about 30 years), I got that barefoot feeling from them because they have zero support. LOL.
I got a pair of Vibram Five Fingers for Christmas from Ty. But, because of my genetic deformity of having very long toes and second toes that are longer than my big toes, I cannot wear them. I did wear them around in the house for a while and they felt pretty much like my Chuck's at over twice the price. Chuck Taylor's, decades ahead of their time.