Getting ahead of your newly started week? Peek a little into the past and find out what were the 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week. We’ve got at least one new addition besides the usual names, so check out the list below and let us know what you think. Did we miss anything?
1. FEIT Hand Sewn Low and High
Built for Fall 2015 collection, FEIT released two colorways for their hand sewn High and Low silhouettes. A premium construction with vegetable-tanned leather and natural pigments have been used for these shoes. Because of their process Hand Sewn shoes do not retain any odor, making it possible to easily wear them without socks. Buyers can choose between brown and black shades, with matching laces. Get them on FEIT from $540.
2. adidas Ultra Boost “Grey Metallic”
The Boost silhouette from adidas made quite an impression on the sneaker market, and for good reason. The visual aspect along with the applied Boost running technology and knitted upper create the perfect combination for a comfortable street sneaker. A “Metallic Grey” colorway is now available for the Fall 2015 season. Get it now on Titolo for $240.
3. Diadora Titan II “Black Sea”
Based on the Titan II silhouette, the italian Diadora latest sneaker adds new elements to the iconic runner shoe. It has been built using mesh and suede, along with turquoise additions on the mid-foot and heel area. Great traction is offered by the grippy black outsole. Available on Rise45 for $95.
4. Puma Trinomic R698
Celebrating the Trinomic R698, challenges photographers and artists in the digital culture to showcase and shoot the sneaker in their own original way. The range for the current season features all possible materials, such as neoprene or other technical materials. Check out the full gallery of the sneaker here.
5. Rone by Proskater Tony Ferguson has been launched
Tony Ferguson, ex-member of the Girl Skateboards crew, just announced the launch of his own sneaker line, called Rone. Just by looking at the products, one can clearly notice their hard influence withdrawn from the skating culture. Naturally tanned italian leather and Goodyear construction are featured on each sneaker, materials being assembled together manually. Get the sneakers on HavenShop starting at $545.