Although March threw a little white cover almost everywhere around the world for the last two days, Winter is simply not going to come back for a few months, so let’s enjoy. Fresh off the internet shelves, here are the 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week, in no particular order. Check them out below! Would any fit your wardrobe?

1. adidas Ultra Boost „Triple White”


It’s been awhile since tonal sneakers have taken the spotlight, but there’s no sign they are going to leave the leading position anytime soon. With the incredible positive feedback received when announcing the all-black version of the Ultra Boost, adidas is expecting to win the hearts again with a Triple White rendition of the silhouette. The „Triple White” was released some time ago as a limited edition feature, but now it will be available for the masses.

2. DSM x NikeLab Roshe Daybreak „Triple Black”


The reopening of Dover Street Market’s original location in London is celebrated partly by an alliance with NikeLab. The result is a Roshe Daylight silhouette dressed in a triple black colorway. Branding was added only on the insole, keeping a clean look. You can get it on DSM for about $158.

3. adidas Stan Smith „Sunglow Reflective”


Filling up the „adicolor” series, adidas Originals pushed a new iteration of its iconic Stan Smith silhouette. Dubbed „Sunglow Reflective”, the sneaker keeps the classic shape but adds a suede heel cap to the micro-perforated leather upper. Get it on Afew for $102.

4. Vans x Opening Ceremony „Easter” Pack


While the Easter Bunny is still prepping for the holiday, Vans didn’t waste anytime and teamed up with Opening Ceremony to release a „Easter” pack. Featuring Old Skool and Sk8-Hi silhouettes, the release comes in three Easter-themed colorways: tangy sherbet, milky mint and marshmallow pink. All models are covered in premium leather.


5. Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Auto-lacing


Keep your minds together, Marty McFly fans! As NikeLab website resonated a few days ago, this is the first real-life self-lacing sneaker. Using Nike’s patented HyperAdapt technology, a sensor in the heel detects when the sneakers are worn and automatically tightens laces. Here is a more detailed view of the HyperAdapt sneakers.