The US National Team coach has been dripping with wavy sneakers throughout the World Cup so far and isn't the only coach doing so...
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US coach Gregg Berhalter has shocked sneaker heads during the World Cup with his unbelievable collection. During their last group game, he styled in a custom pair of Air Jordan 1's.
He's not the only coach to come with the sneaker drip, Saudi's Herve Renard has shown his love for Louis Vuitton sneakers throughout the group stages.
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Let's take a closer look at both kicks...
Gregg Berhalter's custom sneakers
Berhalter is a known sneaker head, and with the US team having Nike as their kit supplier, it's only appropriate for him to rock the coldest Jordan's and the well loved Air Jordan's.
Against Wales, Berhalter stunned with a A Ma Maniere x Air Jordan 4's, that retail for R3 892 in US stores.
Against Iran, a tight match in which they won 1-0, Berhalter wore a custom pair of Nike Tiempo Air Jordan 1's, which were designed by sneaker customiser, the Shoe Surgeon.
With Blue overlays, a white base and a bright red swoosh, these custom kicks are not only one of a kind, but also go well with the USA national colours.
??: Custom Tiempo Air Jordan 1 pic.twitter.com/aUOksjXiTi— Nice Kicks (@nicekicks) November 29, 2022
Herve Rernard in Louis Vuitton
Saudi Arabia boss, Herve Renard stunned in more ways than one against Argentina when he caused arguably the upset of the tournament so far and did it in style by wearing the LV Trainer Sneakers.
He followed up that unbelievable flex by styling in a more unknown pair by Louis Vuitton. The Frenchman wore the all-black LV Run Away Trainers.
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The silhouette of these kicks go perfectly with Renard's trademark white shirt and black trousers look. According to the brand's UK site, Renard's weapons of choice cost R16 386.
Scroll through the gallery to get a closer look at Berhalter and Renard's kicks:
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