Summer is closer than ever and footwear industry is not dropping an inch in the battle of supremacy. Since the choice is so wide, we’ve honestly had a little of thinking to do before choosing the final 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week. Check the latest releases below. We’d love to know if you’ve got a favourite among them!

1. visvim New FBT Prime

Visvim New FBT Prime

Changing a winning formula is a no-go, and Japanese sneaker maker visvim knows it all to well. With its latest release of the FBT Prime, visvim slowly gets back to the thicker outsoles which start to crave up in trends. While the upper construction is pretty much the same as before, the new FBT Prime features a completely reworked outsole with Vibram technology. Available in 3 colorways, you can get it on visvm fo $562.


2. adidas Tubular Radial “Crystal White”

Adidas Tubular Radial Crystal White

The low-top Radial has been dressed in a “Crystal White” colorway. The sneaker features leather mixed with synthetics on the upper along with the Tubular sole. Minimal branding and no contrasting elements have been added, pushing for a clean, minimalistic look. Get them on adidas for $130.


3. Packer Shoes x ASICS GEL-Kayano “Triple Red”

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Most shoe giants have adopted the “Triple Red” colorway under various forms, and results received a broad spectrum of feedback. Packer Shoes did a tasteful job in painting ASICS’ Gel-Kayano in full red, with suede and synthetic materials in the mix. Get them on Packer Shoes for $120.


4. adidas Originals Tubular Nova Primeknit Pack

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Quite soon after the pink sprinkled edition, adidas Originals went on with another pack containing 2 contrasting Tubular Nova silhouettes. Primeknit technology has been used to create a sock surrounding the lower part of the ankle. Synthetic caging on the side also account for the eyelets.


5. Converse x Missoni Chuck Taylor All Star 1970s

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Ready for some old school? The Chuck Taylor 1970s silhouette has been once again reworked by Converse and Missoni, providing red, green and yellow colorways for the iconic sneaker. A clean white sole is contrasted by dark laces applied on the knitted upper.

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