Four Sneaker Releases That Every Sneakerhead Should Know About
Apart from being competitive, the world of sneakers is intense and huge. Almost every single week, there are multiple releases from brands with fans eagerly waiting to grab a pair. From newly reimagined old-school styles to silhouettes inspired by the classics, there really is something for everyone. If you are a sneakerhead, this is the right place to be. Take a look at some of the releases you should definitely have in your shoe closet.
YEEZY BOOST 380
The Yeezy Boost 380 Covellite features an upper composed of multi-toned re-engineered Primeknit in a sock-like construction, providing an adaptable fit. The model features no-tie stretch laces for easy on and off wear and comes equipped with a second set of standard laces. A reengineered full-length midsole elevates the cushioning experience, offering optimal comfort where consumers need it most. The herringbone rubber outsole offers unique design cues and improved traction.
YEEZY BSKTBL QNTM
Yeezy’s BSKTBL QNTM features an upper composed of a mesh underlay combined with an RPU cage that wraps the upper for structure and durability, while the suede toe overlay offers toe protection and durability. The knitted elastic collar provides a premium lockdown feel and multi-directional support. Reflective material throughout the inner webbing and heel counter emits light in the darkness.
Skechers’ Arch Fit range provides the ultimate comfort that is necessary in the times we are going through. Wear these with your daily casual outfits and you’re good to go. The Arch Fit Insole is resilient, provides better foot guidance, and patented shape retention capabilities. By distributing arch pressure, the latest collection offers more balance and stability, which comes in washable styles.
Asics’ latest gel-quantum 180 is an intersection of sport, technology and street-style. The tooling of the sneaker remains unchanged with 180 degrees of gel technology cushioning, but with extra aesthetic developments on the upper. Designer Yasuyuki Takada explains that he utilised performance technology and equipped tooling that provides comfortable cushioning and the inspiration was taken from the brand’s performance running product in the ’00s, which was modernised for lifestyle scenes.