This week’s hottest sneaker drops – 26/10/16

Oct 27 2016 BY Arron Watson-McNab

With sneakers dropping daily, we are here once again to provide some order to the chaos with this most sought after releases. This week, we have features from Nike, Adidas and Asics as brands are constantly finally new ways to reinvent classic silhouettes. Here are this week’s hottest sneaker drops.

Sneaker of The Week – Nike Air Jordan 4 Retro Premium “Ginger”

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For this addition of sneaker of the week, Tinker Hatfield’s timeless Jordan IV design receives yet another luxurious touch. Following the previous premium upgrades of the Jordan 4, including the black leather, quilted navy and the snakeskin that have appeared this year, the ginger colourway looks set to be the most striking yet.

For the highest quality available, Nike have constructed the whole upper of premium leather with a ginger finish that is somewhat reminiscent of the Japanese brand “Hender Scheme” re-upholstered Jordan model. Finished with matching ginger laces and a gum sole, Nikes upgrade of the iconic Jordan 4 silhouette is definitely one of its best to date. Mixing simplistic beautiful with outstanding quality. To own a pair, wallets may have to be tipped and repeatedly shaken as the cost can be considered more then your average!

The Air Jordan 4 Retro Premium “Ginger” is set to release on Saturday 29th October and set to be a great addition to the Jordan 4 family.

Adidas Originals by White Mountaineering Collection

Last week featured the amazing White Mountaineering NMD_CS1 design and this week we get the rest of the collection which doesn’t disappoint.

Also available in this 8 piece collaboration, is the Adidas Tubular Nova in three colourways including black, navy and olive. The White Mountaineering team have added hints of suede that coat the panel overlays for that premium look and feel. They have also added their touch to the often unmentioned Adidas Forum Mid, the retro basketball trainer. Jagged panels throughout the upper modernise this classic silhouette which appear in black and olive tones. Lastly, the Adidas Seeulater has been revamped with a Primeknit upper, transforming this classic hiking model into an everyday city stroller. Appearing in dark grey and tonal olive, the sturdy sole will leave you comfortable to combat against any snow that may be coming.

The White Mountineering x Adidas Originals collection is set to release on Thursday 27th October.

Nike Air Footscape Woven Chukka

Continuing the theme of winter adapted silhouettes as the weather takes a turn for the worst, the Nike Air Woven Chukka is next up to receive its winter treatment.

Featuring 3 trainers in this drop, a grey wool pair alongside Obsidian denim and black ivory, materials such as nylon and neoprene are fused to make a durable upper that is sure to add substantial warmth to your tingling toes. Both are built on a white air cushioned sole and to complement the sneaker, premium leather on the heel tabs and tongue add subtle hints of luxury.

The Nike Air Footscape Woven Chukka SE in wool and denim will be releasing on Friday 28th October.

Asics Tiger x Colette GEL-Lyte V “Yakata”

Asics and French retailer “Colette” team up once again to produce a kimono inspired GEL-Lyte.

Two colourways are expected to drop in conjunction with Tokyo Fashion Week including a blue, which is Colette’s signature colour, and a white pair. Kimono inspired patterns made by embroidered leather makes the vocal point of this collaboration. Small detailing of Colette and ASICS Tiger logos, are embellished on the heel of each sneaker creating an elegant finish.

The Asics Tiger x Colette GEL-Lyte V “Yakata” will be available on Saturday 29th October, However the Blue version has been limited to only 150 pairs and is exclusively available in Paris and Tokyo.

Nike Air Presto “Greedy”

Nike draws inspiration from previous colourways in the Air Presto vault to create a colour-blocking mayhem in its latest design.

Although named “Greedy”, it is essentially a “What The” approach that has been applied, which has been a thriving tactic recently used by many brands. Fused of an array tones, each shoe has its own palette including hues of grey, white, black, green, orange and many more that pay homage to the silhouette itself. Detailing appears in the sockliner, as graphic inspired by Air Presto’s original ad campaign is features.

You will be available to grab your pair of the Nike Air Presto “Greedy” on Saturday 29th October.