It’s Monday once again. We hope the start of the new week catches you at full speed, inspired and ready to tackle now challenges like a modern day Marty McFly getting back to the future to save the day. On this note, we come ahead of you with 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week. While checking them out, watch out for any flying DeLoreans around your rooftop or front porch.

1. Asics GEL-Lyte “Christmas” Pack


Believe it or not, Christmas is just two months away. On this note, Asics is about to release a two colorway “Christmas” pack featuring GEL-Lyte III and GEL-Lyte V colorways. The first one comes with winter teal and ice grey nuances while the GEL-Lyte V boasts red and black tones. Both versions come in full suede upper and custom sockliners. Expect them on November 14th, online.

2. Self-Lacing Nike Mags Resting in New York


While unfortunately there isn’t any official word on whether the self-lacing Nike Mags, internal news sources have revealed that a pair is right now resting somewhere in New York. Still, an actual location hasn’t yet been pinpointed. According to a NikeLab’s tweet earlier this week, the self-lacing sneakers may be available starting 2016.

3. Reebok Classic & Born x Raised “Capsule” Fall/Winter


Lining up with Los Angeles based label BornxRaised, Reebok takes out a capsule-collection including a remixed version of the Reebok Classic Leather silhouette with three colorways: cool navy and nutmeg, white and brown, black and muted grey. The BxR logo stands beneath the outsole. Get them now on BornxRaised for $125.

4. mastermind Japan redesigns Reebok Instapump Fury and Fury Lite



After taking shots with the Ventilator and LX8500, mastermind JAPAN took on two other classic Reebok silhouettes and redesigned them with a bold look. The Instapump Fury and Fury Lite silhouettes have been tuned with a black upper resting on a contrasting clean white midsole.

5. Nike Air Huarache Utility “Bright Crimson”


It looks like the latest Nike Huarache Utility caught the Iridescent train along with many other sneaker releases. Along with the mudguard, Utility boasts 3M perforated panels. With its Crimson insertions, it is almost impossible to look away from this sneaker, even though you might not fancy eye-candy colors.


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