New sneaker releases have hit the market. We’ve selected 5 pairs that caught our attention and hope will catch yours too. Check them out below.

1. Reebok „Dress Code” Question


Paying tribute to one of NBA’s greatest, Allen Iverson, Reebok’s Dress Code sneaker mimics the gameplay of the former basketball star. Dynamic and completely against the dress code, the sneaker fully represents the personality of Iverson. A beige suede toebox along with workboot laces ¬†and a gum sole create the appearance of the „Dress Code”.

2. VLONE X Nike Air Force 1 by Shoe Surgeon


The team-up between VLONE and Nike rendered a gorgeous Air Force 1. As it wasn’t great enough already, the Shoe Surgeon developed a particular Python themed pair for A$AP Mob. The sneaker comes in black and orange and V branding on the heel and tongue. The addition represents python-skin uppers and wax laces.

3. BAPE Bapesta Mid „Signature Shark”


BAPE just released a new take on one of their classic silhouettes, Bapesta Mid. The brand’s signature shark motif is featured on the outsole in a translucent manner. BAPE star branding is set on the tongue and on a plaque at the base of the lacing area. No release information is available, yet.

4. Nike Air Max LD-Zero


If you are looking for a minimalist pair of shoes, the Air Max LD-Zero can be an interesting choice. While the design is kept simple, it features Nike’s latest technological advances. The black suede upper stands atop a full Air Max bubble. Vintage branding is included. LD-Zero will be available on Nike for $210 starting November 21st.

5. adidas Ultra Boost uncaged Custom


Have you had enough of the All Black Ultra Boost? Neither did designer Randy Lucas, it seems. This is definitely one of those renderings you’d wish would sometime hit the retail stores. Unfortunately, we’ll just have to bathe our eyes to this uncaged All Black adidas Ultra Boost silhouette. The main feature standing out is a cord lacing system bringing back some of the stiffness lost by removing the cage of the upper.