Timberland x Bee Line, Garrison Trail Mid
Timberland x Bee Line, Garrison Trail Mid, Price TBC
Winter is coming, which means it’s time to start trading those flip flops for more weather appropriate shoes. In that case, feast your eyes on these kicks from Timberland.
Asics, FN1-S Gel-Nimbus 22
Asics, FN1-S Gel-Nimbus 22, Price TBC
Kiko’s collab with ASICS might be over, but thankfully he still had a few kicks in the development line. These stunners feature an eye-catching aesthetic and colourway which we’ll be gravitating towards for months to come.
Nike Air Force 1, Experimental
Nike Air Force 1, Experimental, Price TBC
The OG of the basketball world, Nike have put a new spin on their classic Air Force 1. The sneaker features stitched overlays, bold colours and the perfect amount of flash along with a vacuum-sealed treatment on the upper, which creates a one-of-a-kind finish that you’ll want to show off.
Converse x Jeff Hamilton, Chuck 70 High
Converse x Jeff Hamilton, Chuck 70 High, $175
From the man who designed Michael Jordan’s championship jackets back in the ‘90s comes a collaboration with Converse. The pair, in collaboration with Chinatown Market, dropped a pack paying homage to two winning teams of the NBA of the same decade.
Pharrell x adidas Terrell Mid Trailmaker
Pharrell x adidas Terrell Mid Trailmaker, $194
And here we thought black sneakers couldn’t get any better. How Pharrell proved us wrong. This collaboration with Adidas is a match made in heaven, as the latest PW “Triple Black” collection shows. We particularly love these trail shoes.
Bad Bunny x Adidas, Forum Buckle Low “The First Cafe”
Bad Bunny x Adidas, Forum Buckle Low “The First Cafe”, $206
In the latest offering from the coveted collaboration between Bad Bunny and Adidas Originals, the pair has launched a new style in the form of the Forum Buckle Low. The colour palette skews to light brown, cream and tan tones, while the traditional lockdown strap across the top of the tongue boasts a heavier-duty buckle than usual.
Puma, Deviate Nitro Men’s Running Shoes
Puma, Deviate Nitro Men’s Running Shoes, $260
This high-performance running shoe is packed with tech for your fast runs. Featuring PUMAGRIP traction and a carbon fibre innoplate, these shoes will see you break your personal bests with ease. It’s breathable, form-fitting and gives you max cushioning with improved efficiency.
Under Armour, Velociti Wind Running Shoes
Under Armour, Velociti Wind Running Shoes, $220
As the coveted sportswear brand makes its case for a high-performance running shoe, you can’t look past the Velociti Wind Running sneaker. With a lightweight and durable sole, the cushioning gives a close-to-the-ground, grippy feeling of speed.
Reebok, Nano X1 Grit Shoes
Reebok, Nano X1 Grit Shoes, $200
When it comes to training, you can’t look past this pair from Reebok, set to elevate even your most demanding workouts. Featuring a woven flex weave upper and float ride energy foam cushioning in the forefoot, these kicks have a responsive feel for running or double under. And there’s even a heel clip for stability, there to assist for quick lateral moves.