I love when sneakers look like they've been everywhere and back. When I get a new pair, which usually is every three or four years (I only need one pair of go-everywhere sneaks), I try to make them look used as fast as possible, obviously without ruining the material and still keeping it clean.
My Adidas Sambas are men's indoor turf shoes in white/black. They're leather with a gum rubber outsole and suede toes. It's an upgrade from the pair of black converses that lasted me through middle school and the first year of high school. Those were the glory days...
The suede is a little darker, there's a line across the inside outer part of the right shoe and there are tiny little wrinkles from bending and flexing my feet.
I love my sneakers. I wipe them down with a damp Bounty cloth once in a while, but other than that, I would never trade these in for any others. When this pair meets its time, I will repurchase the same exact one, because I can wear them on and off the field without worrying about losing my swag.
Do I recommend these? Only if you're willing to take care of them, and look fly doing it.