PAUSE Picks: 5 Sneaker Releases of the Week

New Balance 735

Famed for their retro dad shoes, New Balance has once again hit the spot with this 2000s-inspired runner. Mixing grey hues on the upper, subtle red detailing provides the finishing touch to this sporty sneaker.


Nike Air Force 1 Mid 'NYC'

Another throwback sneaker, these Nike Air Force 1 Mid’s provide an authentic 80s feel. Crafted in all white leather, blue detailing is added to the sneaker, including a homage to the city that never sleeps: New York.


Reebok Club C Keith Haring

Legendary New York artist Keith Haring is known for his playful illustrations that are rooted in graffiti culture. Using a Reebok Club C sneaker as a canvas, the sportswear brand has used Haring’s signature figures and printed them onto the upper of the shoe.


Nike Blazer Mid '77 Jumbo

First released in 1973 as the American label’s leading basketball sneaker, the Nike Blazer has earned the status of being a classic sneaker. Its latest rendition sees the shoe being given an oversized swoosh that spills onto the midsole for an experimental touch.


Balenciaga X-Pander

Put a spring in your step with the suspended heel on these Balenciaga sneakers. Released as part of the luxury fashion house’s SS22′ collection, the sneaker is once again on shelves and available in an aged black colourway.


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