Once you find yourself inside the sneaker store, it is quite difficult to chose a pair of sneakers, or better said, to choose only one to take home with you. Multiply that effort by five and you’ll get how much we have to keep out in order to provide the 5 sneakers we liked the most this week; not from a store, but from the whole set of releases! Check out the list of this week’s 5 sneakers that caught our attention and let us know what you think.
1. Vans Sk8-Hi Zip Leather Nubuck Pack
Probably the brand’s best-selling silhouette, the Sk8-Hi from Vans has been redesigned to feature a 2015 air of mixed premium materials. Leather paneling combines with full-grain nubuck, ending in the back with a zipped closure. All three colorways feature Vans’ signature, the lateral stripe, built from high quality suede. Available on Feature for $110.
2. Custom Adidas Tubular Primeknit Available
While it hasn’t been so long since the adilette sandal was available for customizing on mi adidas website, another one gets opened for public editing. The hyped adidas Tubular Primeknit is now available for personal customization on mi adidas website. Heel support, outer sole, laces and the upper knit can all be customized. Get your own on mi adidas for $170.
3. Nike Roshe One Flyknit Premium ‘Rough Green’
The Knit Jacquard version of the sneaker was a great succes, but Nike is already pushing forward a new version of the Nike Roshe One, featuring Flyknit. If you’re expecting a full knit upper, think again; the technology has been applied across the front. Meanwhile, premium-leather has been added to the side panels, featuring an embossed swoosh. Available on Titolo for $150.
4. Diadora Titan II “Bandana”
Premium grey suede and synthetic grey mesh are featured on the latest releases of Diadora’s Titan II, called “Bandana”. Red and blue paisley print was used to cover the back and the heel of the sneaker, while the brand’s logo rests on the side, painted blue. The sneaker is available on Feature for $140.
5. Kris van Assche x adidas Ultra BOOST
Although news were featuring the closure of designer artist Kris van Assche’s label, his signature finds itself on the latest rendition of the adidas Originals Ultra Boost. When working with one of the most successfull silhouettes of the brand, the result is definitely going to be great. The primeknit upper got a diamond print to push the sock-nature of the sneaker. Available in red and navy or green and black starting 25th of June, for $295.