Keeping track of sneaker releases can be tricky at the best of times, but as the OG’s in Organising The Chaos, we’ve made it simple for you. Below is a list of the hottest drops last week, so you don’t take any L’s! Check our newsfeed every Monday for an updated round up.
The last 30 years have been host to a wide array of ASICS GEL-KAYANO iterations. Within the newly arriving GmbH x ASICS GEL-KAYANO Legacy, each of these models are combined to deliver a dynamic concoction. As with any ASICS sneaker, performance technology is at the heart of each design. However, this doesn’t mean that aesthetic value is compromised, presenting elevated styles time and time again. Arriving in two colourways of ‘White/Black’ and ‘Cilantro’, these high-gloss kicks are the definition of innovative flair.
One of the most highly rated collaborations of the year is FINALLY in reach – none other than the A-COLD-WALL* x Nike Air Max Plus ‘Black’. Best known for a distinctive blend of high fashion demeanour and streetwear feel, Samuel Ross’ ACW has been praised in the sneaker industry since its 2015 debut. Subverted minimalism takes centre stage when it comes to Ross’ brand identity, and this collaboration, as well as all previous ACW x Nike realisations, is certainly no exception. The textural dynamic and sleek visual appearance of both the “Platinum Tint” and “Black” colourways make this a stone cold collaboration not to miss.
Following a surprise comeback at SNKRS Day 2023, the Nike Dunk Low SP ‘University Red’ is restocking this Friday, almost identical to the ’05 ‘St Johns’ model. Originally entering the scene all back in ’85, the sneaker has passed the test of time with flying colours. A pristine white base provides the perfect foundation for ‘University Red’ overlays, bringing all the vintage feels to your ‘fit. It’s a classic for a reason. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to cop the timeless steeze.
It’s sleek, it’s clean, it’s the Noah x PUMA Pro Star ‘White And Green’. Launching their collaborative partnership back in June, the duo are back at it again conquering yet another tennis silhouette. Visually honouring the retro sports style that’s engrained in PUMA’s DNA, the collaboration feels authentic to the brand’s archive. Adopting a nostalgic palette of ‘White’ and ‘Green’, details like the aged midsole and gum outsole help to achieve the retro vibe. Gold foil branding finishes off this old-school iteration, perfect for laid-back styling.
After an early preview in June, the J Balvin X Air Jordan 3 ‘Medellín Sunset’ is up next. Boasting a predominantly beige exterior, this AJ3 iteration draws inspiration from a personal angle, relating to the artist himself. The tonal rear gives visual reference to the sunsets in his hometown of Medellín, Colombia. Expressed in a spectrum of purple, orange and yellow hues, this eye-catching element brings a dynamic persona to the kicks – common within a J Balvin iteration. These sneakers are hyped for a reason.
The Air Jordan 2 ‘Black Cement’ joins the Jumpman ‘Heritage Twist’ collection, arriving in a range of family sizing so your tribe can stay fresh. Dropping in celebration of the model’s 35th anniversary, the sneaker displays a smooth black leather base. A reptilian finish on the lateral panels delivers a seamless premium flair, complimented by various red accents. These AJ2’s are an all-rounder as far as sneaker releases go, an ideal addition to your autumn rotation.
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