Boo! Make the cold go away, we don’t like it at all. With huge envy for people living in hot climates where you can still surf even in the allegedly called winter time, we’ve ready to help those dealing with cold. Here is yet another collection of 5 sneakers that caught our attention this week.

1. Palace Skateboards x adidas Originals “Palace Pro Boost”


After successfully collaborating on Palace Pro, Palace Skateboards teamed up again with adidas Originals to provide the Palace Pro Boost. Integrating adidas’ well known Boost technology, the sneaker will be available in two running ready versions featuring black or turquoise accents, while a more skater like version will be developed in red nuances. Available starting November 7th.

2. New Balance Made In USA 997 Monochrome



A really adored silhouette, the Made in USA 997 has now been dressed into premium suede featuring a monochromatic colorway. The upper is made using black suede, contrasting with white overlays and lining. Branding has been embroidered on the sides and on the tongue of the sneaker. Get them on Feature for $210.

3. Raised by Wolves x Filling Pieces Serving a Moccasin Inspired Sneaker


Revising the Mountain Cut Silhouette, Raised by Wolves teamed up with Amsterdam based Filling Pieces to provide the perfect blend between Canadian moccasins and European crafting quality. X shaped detailing, saw-cut tongue and the Italian gum sole are the base for the two available colorways. Available on Raised by Wolves for $221

4. Nike Huarache Run Premium “Desert Camo”


Featuring a strong comeback over the last few years, Nike Air’s Huarache Premium silhouette has now been released under a camouflage colorway, perfectly matching with the current beige trending. Get it on Nike for $120.

5. Adidas Originals “Night Cargo”


Shortly after releasing the “murdered-out” and “all-white” colorways of the Tubular X, adidas did not waste any time and caught up with the Halloween trend, releasing a dark version of the Tubular X silhouette. An EVA outsole creates the base over which a cargo mesh upper has been set.


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