PAUSE Picks: 5 Sneaker Releases Of The Week

Nike Air Force 1 Experimental

Nike brings a new experimental take on one of its most iconic sneakers, the Air Force 1. This iteration comes wrapped in a transparent layer that has the name of the sneaker printed all over and a toggle lacing system.


Adidas Orginals Yeezy 500

One of the less focused on Yeezy models, the 500 is nonetheless an original take on the sneaker-boot hybrid. With the same futuristic design language that has made Kanye West a giant in the sneaker industry, this latest colourway blends various blue and beige hues.


New Balance Ms327

Taking inspiration from its 70s running shoes, New Balance continues to bring retro vibes to the sneaker scene. This latest release comes in a clean grey and burgundy colourway.


Converse Paint Splatter All Star 70

Getting paint on your brand new pair of Converse All Star’s would at one point been seen as tarnishing your sneakers but, with help from designers such as Helmut Lang, the beauty of paint splatters have been accepted in fashion. The latest brand to experiment with the look is Converse, adding blue, black and white splatters to its iconic sneaker.


Nike Air Max Plus 3

Taken from Nike’s Tuned Air range, the Air Max Plus 3 sees a classic shoe from 1998 return in a clean grey colourway. This sneaker features contrast orange laces, reflective detailing and red air cushioning.


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