Another passed and we’re looking forward for the upcoming one. There’s some empty space in the sneaker shelf, so it would be a good idea to choose one of these 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week, to fill it up. Check out the list below and let us know which one would you choose to fill up the empty gap in your sneaker collection.

1. Nike Air Odyssey „Green Haze”

It was quite unexpected to see the Odyssey silhouette in the arsenal of Nike Sportswear. The latest rendition comes up with a fresh Miami haze, adding premium leather and suede in the mix along with air cushioning. The Arctic Orange and pink hue found on the heel contrast with the light blue on the top.

2. Premier x New Balance 998

The classic New Balance running shoe gets a makeover from Premier, giving out a maturity air, providing a homage to the automotive industry. Leather upper is accompanied by black suede while the sandy shade of the toebox offers the all so needed contrast. The sneaker is expected to be widely available starting September 2015.


3. adidas Originals Tubular Primeknit

You didn’t have enough already of the Tubular and Primeknit, right? Adidas just released yet another four renditions of the Tubular silhouette featuring primeknit technology. A dual density EVA sole and an upper made using primeknit technology define the sneaker. Expect it since September 7th, online.

4. ETQ Amsterdam Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

With no less than seven designs blended in an outrageous 75 styling choices, ETQ Amsterdam steps up well in the Fall/Winter 2015 theme. A warm color palette reflects the changing seasons, while the extravagant materials such as calf lining and Napa leather give out the high-class air. All products are available on the official ETQ Amsterdam website starting at $265.

5. Adidas Tubular Weave „Tomato”

While for some it may look like the Air Jordan Cement III model, the new adidas Tubular „Tomato” features a „Dgsogr” black cover along with grey accents on the upper and a pure white midsole. The needed color touch is given by „Tomato” nuance featured on the heel and tongue.