First released in 1987, the Handball Top was meant to be an indoor performance shoe, but quickly became a streetwear hit for obvious reasons. adidas is bringing back the heat with a one-to-one re-release. The shoe drops on 10/27/17. EU customers can cop it from Solebox.
Another sukajan-themed Gel-Lyte III from Asics Tiger and Japanese streetwear stores Beams and Mita. This Souvenir Jacket release is decked in dark blue suede, velvet and nubuck. It also has dragons embroidered on the heel and illustration on the outsole.
Train and stunt in any weather with the newest member of the adidas UltraBoost family. The UltraBoost All Terrain has a water-repellent knit upper, a high collar with reflective details, and a thick and coarse outsole made with rubber from tire maker Continental.
Nike celebrates the Air Force 1’s 35th anniversary with a continuation of the silhouette’s Special Field Boot mashup. The casual military shoe takes an even more street wear turn, with a high cut profile and laces that can be arranged in a variety of ways.
As they say on Game of Thrones, “winter is coming.” Always be prepared for the cold with The Hill-Side’s handmade boots, based on the design of a 1950’s US Air Force survival kit mocc boot. Made from warm wool felt, with a rubber outsole, and a versatile rope lace system.
Off-White founder Virgil Abloh put his designer’s designer touch on 10 of Nike’s best silhouettes including the Air Jordan 1, the Air Presto and the new Air VaporMax. The shoes bear a designer’s intent to make the whole more than the sum of its parts. Drops 11/2017.
Skateboard brand Paterson designed a special edition of Clearweather’s chunky Jones C sneaker. It has a wheat-colored hairy suede upper that’s been heat embossed with Paterson’s logo, and a matching cream-colored sidewall. It’s limited to 200 pairs.
Court Grabbers clean the soles of your shoes, minimizing the risk of slipping on indoor courts. They consist of a base that you lace on your shoes, a washable strip, and an alcohol-based cleaning gel. Just swipe your shoe over the strip and you’re good to go.
Nike is teasing a bold twist to the Air Jordan 1 with a peek at a pair of unreleased sample shoes. The Homage to Home looks like two shoes stitched into one. The outer side rocks the red and black aka Banned colors, while the inner side has the classic white and red.
Inspired by the EQT Cushion ’91, the Adidas EQT Cushion ADV has a knit upper with nubuck and suede panels and reflective 3-stripe yarn. No Boost though. It drops on 8/12/17 for $160 in different stripe colors, each limited to a region. US gets green, EU gets blue, and Asia gets red.
Fun and nostalgic shoes inspired by elementary school days and the space age. Its simple leather upper is combined with a chunky cupsole inspired by astronaut boots. Its outsole is made of 50% recycled rubber and features tape marks borrowed from the prototypes.