It's that time of year again—and we don't mean All-Star Weekend. Picking up where he left off last year, NPD Group senior industry advisor Matt Powell has released his data for the top-selling sneakers of last year.
For those who've been paying attention, the results from 2018 might not come as much of a surprise as years prior. The top spot is once again held by the budget-friendly Nike Tanjun, while other mainstays such as the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Low, Nike Air Huarache, and Air Jordan 11 continued to perform well.
However, it wasn't all business as usual. For the first time, Kanye West's Adidas collaboration made the list in the form of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2. This was likely due in part to the increased volume of Yeezys released in 2018, which included a "Triple White" launch the brand described as its largest Yeezy release to date.
Other newcomers to the list include the Nike Air Max 270. It's also worth noting that Powell's data focuses solely on units sold per model and is not colorway-specific. Find the full rundown below.