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 this week, so you don’t take any L’s! Check our newsfeed every Monday for an updated round up.
It doesn’t get cleaner than the Nike Zoom Vomero 5 Platinum Tint. We already know that this silhouette can rock a vibrant colour, as seen in the recently teased Chlorophyll colourway. However, we can’t deny that sometimes less is more, and this iteration proves this point correct. Utilising a fresh breathable mesh base as a canvas, off-white hits decorate the intricate exterior against a creamy midsole. Deeper hits of grey bring the perfect touch of dimension, illuminating the pristine offering.
Dressing the all-new Jordan model in a palette inspired by the American football team, Tennessee Titans, the Air Jordan Spizike Low ‘Houston Oilers’ arrives at last! Visually reflecting the team’s signature jersey colours of Columbia Blue and Scarlet Red, the silhouette takes on a predominantly blue fashioning, highlighted with ruby detailing. Whether you’re an NFL fan or not, you gotta agree that these kicks are undoubtedly cold.
ASICS are back at it again with unparalleled engineering that couldn’t get sleeker if it tried. The GEL-QUANTUM KINETIC combines synthetic leathers and mesh panelling for a dynamic aesthetic, giving your ‘fit that technical edge whilst feeling comfortable. Taking notes from the athletic brand’s impeccable roster of running models, you can take confidence in the heritage to deliver the best of the best technicality. The shiny black palette compliments metallic silver hits – the cherry on top to this refined masterpiece.
If you’re a fan of iridescent kicks, then we can pretty much guarantee that the AM90 ‘Scream Green’ will be a bit of you. The profile swooshes and tongue badges don glossy finishes, playfully pushing the boundaries of Tinker Hatfield’s legendary 1990 shoe design. The unmistakable ‘Scream Green’ hue, famously linked to the inaugural Nike Air Huarache, asserts its presence on TPU components spanning the upper, the Air Max bubble and various elements across the outsole.
Initially hinted at back in October, the AJ3 Craft ‘Ivory’ is finally arriving! The Jumpman iteration keeps things neutral, depicting a sophisticated palette of ivory and cream hues. Tumbled leather within the upper sets the tone in and amongst the exterior, complementing grey accents that grace the heel, insole and lower eyelets. Perforated detailing within the collar and tongue provide a visually dynamic edge, also achieved by the suede segments in the toe and heel. Partly-opaque accents in the upper eyelets and heel guard, further fulfilling the retro aesthetic.
As Valentine’s Day fast approaches, the Swoosh are keen to roll-out their annually themed kicks. Next to step up to the plate is the Nike Air Max 90 LV8 ‘Valentine’s Day’, painting the stacked silhouette with love-coded elements like a heart-shaped cut-outs and a pink colour scheme. Equipped with a dual air unit for double the comfort, these kicks take style and construction to new heights (as well as your physical stature).
If last year was anything to go by, then we can guarantee that 2024 will be a big one for the Air Footscape Woven. Exuding the mid-90s flair that contemporary sneaker aficionados can’t get enough of, the model steps onto the scene in a ‘Summit White’ suede upper that sets the tone for the multi-colour woven segment. Adding a touch of darkness to the ensemble, the black tongues and rubber outsole provide a bold contrast, completing the design with a harmonious balance of light and shadow.
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