There are so many sneakers from a wide-range of brands that drop every week.
We rounded up the most noteworthy kicks in our recap this week.
KITH Element Exploration Agency (EEA) collection includes apparel and sneakers inspired by the sand-swept terrain of Canyon Point, UT. Presented in the top photo left to right: Jawpaw Slip-Ons, which focuses on water movement; Agravic is a trail running performance sneaker and Response TR Boot is designed for difficult terrain. All three of sneakers are available starting today at KITH stores and online.
HOKA launched a special edition of the Hupana, a low-profile shoe in six colors, in collaboration with clothing brand Engineered Garments. Nepenthes’ New York location will feature a HOKA pop-up in-store for the collection through May 22. “The collection reflects the increasingly interconnected worlds of fashion and performance,
and will reach trendsetters in both of those realms.” — Hoka One One
OluKai Miki Li
The design of the Miki Li for women is influenced by Hawaiian life and launches online early April with a retail release on May 1. “We wanted to create a shoe that women would want to keep on all the time because it’s so comfortable and versatile. The Miki Li’s design and leather hints allows her to express individuality and sense of style, while meeting fitness and daily routine needs.” — Juliana Sanfelici, senior women’s footwear designer, OluKai
The Phenom Lux and matching Socks, the first collaboration between the brand and Gomez,
will drop in limited quantities April 6 to benefit the Lupus Research Alliance.
The latest addition in the Flexweave franchise for Reebok, the Fusion Flexweave running shoe,
brings together flexible Flexweave material with Floatride cushion technology.
Saucony and Dunkin’ Donuts collaborated on the limited edition Saucony x Dunkin’ Kinvera 9. Pre-orders began March 27 at saucony.com.
Created by 14 female designers, Nike’s “The 1 Reimagined” collection came out earlier this year in all-white styles. For Spring, the collection is being shown in tonal colors featuring 10 revamped versions of the silouettes—five based on the Air Jordan 1—five on the Air Force 1.
When you want to cheer your team to victory, start with the Row One MLB Victory sneakers,
a must-wear on game day and just fun any other day.
Photos courtesy KITH, Hoka, OluKai, Puma, Reebok, Saucony, Nike and MLB