With the completion of February comes the promise of spring and its warmer, fair conditions. Inspired by this promise, here are our favourite February sneaker releases, perfect for the coming months:
Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design is no stranger to Nike collaborations, with previous efforts including takes on the Sock Dart and Tennis Classic. Here he draws inspiration from Nike’s ground breaking 1979 runner, the Daybreak, and updates the design with the Roshe LD-1000 upper, delivering a stylish sneaker with nostalgic appeal.
This monochromatic take on the ever-popular Ultra Boost, by Danish streetwear powerhouse Wood Wood, is updated with an altered take on the Three Stripes cage and sees the addition of rope laces. The sneaker dropped in limited numbers on 27th February at select Adidas Consortium retailers, so you will need to be quick to snap up this much-hyped sneaker.
As part of the ‘Explore by Sea’ collection, New Balance combines a well-executed, coastal inspired cool grey colour way with a premium suede upper, to produce a quintessential everyday sneaker.
This electric blue colour way of the Retro Boost, from Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto, combines a breathable micromesh base upper with a cushiony Boost sole, to deliver a sneaker that delivers both supreme comfort and style.
Featuring a revolutionary mid-height collar design and a new tooling system, the LunarEpic FlyKnit offers a virtually vanishing fit, fluid feel and superior softness.
FEIT places strong emphasis on construction technique and the quality of materials used in this ‘neoluxury’ interpretation of the classic court sneaker. Handcrafted from pure calf leather, with a suede finish, this is a minimal sneaker for all occasions.