Spring starts to set in more and more; it’s time to take off the heavy winter boots and start polishing our sneaker collection! As usual, we have searched the internet and came back with 5 sneakers that really deserve the spotlight. New designs are released daily, but we managed to find the creme and hand it to you on a plate. Check it out!

1. Nike Stefan Janoski Max ID

Nike ID Stefan Janoski

Available in a number of color mixtures, this latest off-board skater shoes just hit the market. Branded by the famous skater Stefan Janoski, these sneakers are available in mesh, camo mesh and suede. You can either keep a clean mid-sole or splatter it for extra style. Arriving in stores starting 16th of March.

2. Nike SCCRX


Featuring Nike Grind technology on high abrasion and drag areas, Nike SCCRX features reworked MagistaX and MercurialX cleats. While MagistaX will provide a Lunarlon midsole, a low profile Phylon cushioning will enhance MercurialX. Both indoor and turf court versions of the boots will be available on March 30 exclusively via Nike Soccer App.


3. Neighborhood x Adidas ZX 500 OG “White/Grey”


Coming together again, the two gigantic brands Adidas and NEIGHBORHOOD have joined forces to redesign the old ZX 500 OG. These sneakers comes into an unaltered white and gray colorway with premium leather additions. Branding elements were reduced to a minimum in order to preserve most of the previous model. Available on Afew for $125.

4. Adidas Originals Spring 2015 Veritas Mid “Welded Mesh” Pack


A new Veritas team of three will be released by Adidas for the spring season in 2015. As it was expected, the pack features a single mesh construction. A modern welding technology reinforces the structure and brands the sneaker with the three-striped logo. The three brothers are available since March 1st in black, gray and white colorways.

5. X-Large X Converse Pro Leather Canvas OX


Another joint force operation, this time between Converse and X-Large have brought us a simple, clean design featuring a blue print on either white or all white heel tab, on an also off-white sole. As there is no visible X-Large branding, the collaboration is kept to a minimum of publicity. Available on Tokyo’s atmos for $67.