PAUSE Picks: 5 Sneaker Releases Of The Week

Nike Air Max Tn 99

Bringing back a classic from 1999, this Nike Air Max utilised the brand’s Tuned Air technology to ensure that these retro sneakers have maximum comfort. This iteration of the sneaker is perfect for the upcoming summer season with iridescent panels providing a playful touch.


New Balance 327

Another vintage-inspired sneaker makes the list, this time from New Balance. The 327 has quickly become a fan-favourite for its strong 70s vibes. This time, the sneaker is crafted in a range of tan hues and red detailing.


Maison Margiela X Reebok Club C

After the success of their all-white and all-black rendition of the sneaker, Maison Margiela and Reebok have launched an exclusive red rendition of the Club C. It features a signature technique used by the luxury fashion house, trompe-l’oeil, which is the mimicking of a 3D surface in 2D.


Nike Offline 2.0

Nike’s sporty take on sliders has hit shelves in a new colourway. This time, the sandal-sneaker hybrid comes in a sleek all-black colourway along with a cork midsole on the heel. Will you be rocking these around the pool this summer?


Keith Haring X Converse All Star Hi 70s

Converse has dug into the archives of the iconic 80s pop artist Keith Haring to use his artwork on one of their signature styles, the All-Star 70. This collaboration features the artists famous dancing figures motif printed on the upper and spilling onto the midsole.


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