If you weren't already aware, GORE-TEX is slowly taking over the sneaker game and we're totally here for it. First developed in the late 1906s, the water-repellent material has recently made serious waves among footwear brands such as adidas and Reebok.

Officially a trademark, the durable material is also becoming a go-to among savvy shoppers who want to get the most wear out of their kicks. Easily adaptable to numerous sizes, colors and silhouettes, those who invest in the technology are guaranteed to stay dry.

For those prone to spillages, accidents or simply want long-lasting sneakers for all weather, we've got you covered. Below, we've compiled our top-10 selection of GORE-TEX sneakers, featuring big-name favorites Converse and adidas.

For a closer look at each drop, click on the shopping links provided.

CTAS '70s Hiker

Converse x Slam Jam

No Offers

Taylor 70s Hiker


Converse x SLAM JAM

Buy at Farfetch

Trigenic Dry Gore-Tex

Clarks Originals

No Offers

EQT Support 93/17 GTX


adidas Originals

Buy at adidas US



adidas Originals

Buy at adidas US

Leather Ripple GTX


Reebok x Raised By Wolves

Buy at Reebok

Utility Hiker



Buy at sneakersnstuff

Stockholm GORE-TEX


adidas Originals

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NMD Primeknit GORE-TEX


adidas Originals

Buy at sneakersnstuff

Jump Boot GORE-TEX



Buy at sneakersnstuff

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