Year 2015 is running faster towards the finish line and yet sneaker giants are still rolling out new products like it’s full season. This is why we are able to provide you with yet another 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week. Check them out in the list below and let us know if you’ve got a favorite. We’d love to hear your opinion!

1. Nike Air Presto “Triple Black”


Following pretty much the same path as the Sock Dart, Nike’s Air Presto silhouette featured a strong comeback in 2015. Designed for Spring 2016 collection, the Triple Black colorway is one of the OG versions Nike decided to use for revamping. Get it on Deadstock for about $118.

2. Stussy x Clarks Originals “Wallabee” Collab



Featured in different cultures, Clarks Originals Wallabee silhouette took on the iconic status since the 60’s. Featuring high-quality suede and crepe sole, the reinterpretation of the shoe is available in two colorways: True Navy and Harvest Hold. Gold tipped laces are accompanied by ostrich leather collar. Available on Stussy for $232.

3. adidas Stan Smith All White


This is one for the history books, according to the hype surrounding it. The classic Stan Smith silhouette has just been released in a clean-white colorway with leather covering most of the sneaker. Branding tags are to be found on the sides of the sole, accompanied by tonal laces.

4. Y-3 Kohna “Triple Black”


The luxury brand Y-3, resulted as a collaboration between adidas and Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto took out their own interpretation of the famous Reebook Insta Pump sneaker. The neoprene upper and leather accents dressed in all-black give the sneaker a premium air along with an appealing face.

5. adidas “Very Spezial” Primeknit


Making its first appearance back in the 70’s, the Speziale silhouette quickly became a sneakerhead favorite choice. Fast forwarding to modern days, adidas re-engineered the sneaker with Primeknit technology for the upper. Available in two colorways, grey and blue, “Very Speziale” will drop in April 2016.


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