While some are currently dealing with California sunlight, others are still going through (hopefully) the last weeks of winter’s breeze. Either way, our selection of 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week will suffice everyone’s needs. Check them out below!
1. PUMA x Rise Blaze of Glory “Lost Ones”
This is not something you see every day; PUMA and sneaker shop RISE teamed to create a Blaze of Glory rendition in order to support AIDS awareness. This is the second sneaker released by PUMA with the same purpose and, just like before, the Blaze of Glory silhouette has been taken up front. Black leather, suede, and mesh cover the sneaker. The only drop of color is found on the red speckled midsole. Priced at $145, the “Lost Ones” will be available starting February 6th.
2. Nike Internationalist “Luxe”
Premium but simple in the same time, the Internationalist silhouette got a fresh remake for Spring 2016. Soft white leather and white suede compose the upper which is also perforated, giving a tonal design note all over. You get get it now on Nike for $140.
3. Reebok Club C 85 Vintage
One of Reebok’s iconic sneakers, the C 85 Vintage has been revived and tuned with modern materials. The sneaker now features molded EVA injection and a high abrasion rubber outsole. The classic chalk colorway has been preserved, as well as most of the outer design. Get it on Hanon for about $94.
4. adidas Stan Smith Strapped Up by Raf Simons
In 2015, Raf Simons’ takes on the iconic Stan Smith were perhaps the most popular sneakers in the series. With another rendition, the Stan Smith silhouette now features three white buckle straps over the forefoot, while the rest of the sneaker is dressed in pitch black tone. Get it on Caliroots for about $327.
5. Nike Air More Uptempo
As you’ve probably noticed, there is an undergoing trend in sneaker world, making brands revive some of their old silhouettes. Nike comes forward with the famous Air More Uptempo, marking the 20th anniversary of the sneaker. The OG colorways along with the huge AIR branding on the sides will arrive on shelves sometime this spring.