Looking for some new additions to your shoe locker or just to relax your eyes on some awesome pieces of footwear? Here is our weekly selection of the best 5 pairs that caught our attention. Check out the sneakers below and let us know what you think. What’s your favorite?

1. Air Jordan Retro High OG BannedAIR-JORDAN-1-RETRO-HIGH-OG-BANNED-1

The Jordan High was first worn by basketball legend Michael “Air” Jordan back in 1985. Three decades later, Jordan Brand resurrects the silhouette with an “OG Banned” style. Nike Air branding on the tongue and on the insole kept the sneaker looking as authentic as possible. Retails September 3rd for $160.


2. Y-3 Yohji Run “Northern Lights”

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Y-3 isn’t wasting any time. After the all-black rendition, the brand came up with another brilliant colorway for their low-top sneaker. Dubbed “Northern Lights”, the sneaker boasts a black neoprene base accompanied by a colored toebox fading back to a black heel. Available on Feature for $340.


3. adidas NMD_R2 Primeknit

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The NMD_R1 runner silhouette has been one of the best selling sneakers of 2016, and adidas already showcased its younger sibling, the NMD_R2 primeknit. Compared to the R1, the new design comes with a debossed Boost midsole and a larger heel plug. The sneaker is expected to hit the shelves later this year.


4. Under Armour Moda Run

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While still an underdog in the sneaker market, Under Armour proves it has what it takes to ride with the big guns. The latest release shows the Moda Run silhouette, part of the Pursuit line. A complete tonal black upper has been laid over a simple, clean look. And yes, it looks alot like the YEEZY Boost 350.


5. adidas Stan Smith Boost

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The Stan Smith silhouette was brought back from the dead a few years ago; since then, it started gaining popularity and you can see it strolling here and there, having a nice fanbase. Expected to hit the stores in 2017, the new Stan Smith will come with adidas’ Boost technology featured in the sole, bringing the best of both worlds. A hidden Boost unit version is on the table, but we’ll have to wait and see.

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