Sun is getting closer and closer to us and we can feel spring getting its feet on the ground each day. We’ve been roaming the internet as we usually do in order to provide you with the latest cool stuff for men, and we’ve managed to pt together another list of 5 recently released sneakers that caught our attention this week. Check them out below!

1. Puma Lab Fade XS-500


While it looks like the outer design was made by Spiderman’s talented brother, these sleek runner shoes from Puma feature a webbed design on the top along with a perfectly fit heel-to-toe fade available in 3 colorways. You can opt for a white to light blue fade, black with lime or teal with red fade. You can get these limited edition sneakers on eBay for about $110.

2. New Balance 530 Red Black


Last year was to be the boom for the New Balance’s 530 series. While they were brought out to boost a reference to the 90’s collection, the model found itself redesigned under collaborate efforts between Ronnie Fieg and WEST NYC. The OG mesh has been left out this time but the big NB tongue branding has been brought back. Black lether vibrates the gray tones and compliments red splashes all-round the sneaker. Available on Titolo for $120.


3. adidas Energy Boost


There are quite a few elements combined in this release from adidas. Starting off with the state-of-art running technology, these Energy Boost sneakers also come with unique graphic imprints. A white base supports the stretched mesh with models you’d expect to see on ZX Flux or Tubular Runner shoes, featuring geometric shapes in neutral tones. Available on Titolo for $205.

4. Asics Gel Lyte III


Named „Crane and Turtle” pack, this release from Asics has its base on an ancient Japanese proverb stating that „Crane lives 1000 years, turtle lives 10.000 years”. The crane colorway featres gray and red tones sitting on a white, speckled midsole. The turtle colorway blends green, brown and gold nuances over the same speckled midsole. Available on Premier for $110.

5. Vans Tesella Khaki


It seems that Vans is trying to blend lifestyle and skate sneakers categories as much as possible, maybe even thinking to mix them up. When looking at the outsole, you instantly recognize the ready to skate sneaker, but when you lift your eyes just a bit and notice the interwoven leather, you realize that these sneakers can be also worn in a more formal context. Yo can get them onĀ SneakerPolitics for $110.