With a load of sneakers dropping by the week, we have come together to bring you some of the hottest pairs appearing this week. To start off, we have selected our Sneaker of the week:
SneakersnStuff x Reebok Question “Lux”
Following the release of Reeboks own “dresscode” drop, Iverson’s signature rookie trainer get a luxury coat from the Swedish retailer Sneakers n Stuff. Draped in Ostrich inspired premium leather across the upper, the design is taken from the “traditions of gifting luxury items to MVP’s, high achievers and people who have given their all to a cause”. Coloured in a cream and brown pallet that that oozes style, with SNS branding found on the heel tab, this edition to the “Question” family look one of the best.
The Sneakers n Stuff x Reebok Question “Lux” is available to purchase from Friday 18th November.
Packer Shoes x Adidas Consortium NMD Runner PK
Adidas consortium link up with Packer shoes for this collaboration, that once again take snippets of history and fuse them with the present. Drawing from the three-stripe legacy in sports apparel through the 80’s and 90’s, the colour palette used is tasteful reminder of these years. The use of bold shades of light blue, indigo and turquoise form the primeknit upper, while flashes of red are reminiscent of the classic athletic apparel.
Managing to bring old to the new, the Packer shoes x Adidas consortium NMD PK is available to purchase on the Saturday 19th November.
BAIT x Diadora N.9000 “Spiagga Rosa”
BAIT and Diadora team up to bring the pink sand of Sardinia, Italy to our feet. Inspired by the picturesque landscape of the Spaggia Rosa, soft pink, fused with grey hues reference the sand and rocks found by the coastline. Premium leather and nubuck form the wonderfully crafted silhouette, which is set to have a very limited release.
To be in a chance of owner a pair on the 19th November, there is on an online raffle currently open on baitme.com.
Adidas Ultra Boost “Triple Black”
What a lot of people love to hear as all-black trainers has become a favourable choice in in recent trends. Adidas don’t disappoint, completely blacking out one of the most popular designs in recent years, the ultraboost. The defining point? The blacked-out boost sole which is rarely seen apart from customs and the friends and family release of the NMD R1 “Pitch Black”. Expected to be one of the top releases this weekend, many people are set to miss out on owning a pair.
The Adidas Ultraboost “Triple Black” will be releasing this Saturday 19th November.
Air Jordan 9 Retro “Tour Yellow”
An OG Jordan 9 colourway is on it with the release of the “Tour Yellow”. Initially released in 1994, this drop keeps the amazingly quality while adding blue trims to complement the white base. To top it off, yellow detailing including Jordans iconic number “23” and globe jumpman logo can be found on the heel.
The Air Jordan 9 Retro “Yellow Tour” will be available on Saturday 19th November.