Even though winter still seems to fire some low degrees, spring can’t be too far away either. It is almost time to take off winter boots and guide our feet towards sneakers. Below you can check out 5 sneakers that really caught our eye while browsing for new additions on the fashion market. Which one would you pick as your favorite?
1. Adidas Originals Superstar 80s “Clean”
Featuring premium leather and a well known golden logo on the sides close to the heel, adidas released this iteration of the Superstar 80’s sneaker. Although it looks spartan, the Originals Superstar are actually part of the premium range. Without its formal three stripes, this pair of sneakers is only available in black and white. Available on Asphaltgold for around $135
2. Marcelo Burlon Alas High-Top Sneakers
With a constant desire to blend the fashion and streetwear worlds, designer Marcelo Burlon placed the Alas High-Top Sneakers in his most recent collection. Featuring solid black toe and juxtaposed heel panels, these sneakers perfectly mirror Burlon’s pleasure for gothic imagery and animal motifs. Available on HypeBeast for $306
3. Air Jordan 1 Pinnacle
How can you make a pair of sneakers more precious? Well, adding some real gold might do the trick. This is how the Jordan Brand though about answering recent fuss about returning to quality. Eyelets, wings and the Nike Air branding are all made of 24K gold, attached to the luxury caviar leather.
4. Nike LunarTempo
It is quite strange why this latest Nike Lunarlon pair of sneakers isn’t getting too much press coverage. Engineered and designed in such way so it stays simplistic, the LunarTempo features Dynamic Flywire technology to provide a bit more than just comfortable rides. Available on Titolo for around $135
5. Nike Blazer Mid Metric
Expected 7 February 2015 in stores, Nike Blazer Mid represents a pioneering model designed to hit the streets while the hardwood basketball court surface will feel the touch of the Nike Basketball series. The Blazer Mid Metric features a molded TPU construction complemented along with the missing Nike “swoosh” that really makes them stand out. Available on Nike.com for $100