The New Balance 574 is one of the most easily recognized New Balance models ever made. This iconic runner has been constructed in almost every colorway, material, and pattern imaginable – but the hits keep coming. The latest New Balance 574 trio to hit the shelves is a fresh collection that was inspired by the East Coast, an area that's very familiar to New Balance. The "Out East Pack"
consists of three 574 models that feature a suede upper, mesh inserts, two-tone laces, striped details on the tongue/lining/footbed, and vibrant color accents. You can grab your favorite colorway now.
Many brands are starting off 2015 with simple and clean renditions of their most popular models, including Asics. The Asics "Black Pack" includes three models sporting a straightforward black colorway, contrasting white midsole, and reflective "Tiger Stripes" on the lateral side of the sneakers. The first pair in the pack is the popular Asics GEL-Lyte III
. Originally released in 1989, this rendition has a combination leather, suede and nubuck upper, split-tongue design, and a GEL cushioned sole. Next is the Asics GT-II
, a sleek model with heel counter insert, padded collar, and synthetic overlays. Lastly, is the Asics GEL-Saga
, a sneaker originally designed for the long distance runner with ample cushioning. You can scoop up all three of these refined models now at Sneakerhead.
Retro running sneakers were extremely popular in 2014, with every brand, including Nike, Asics, Reebok, Saucony, Puma, and more, getting in on the action. To start off 2015, Puma is keeping it going with the Puma Trinomic R698 "Crackle Pack." Originally released in the 1991, the R698 combines style, comfort, and technology. The "Crackle Pack" is available in three colorways, including black, white, and green, which all share an allover cracked premium leather upper. This tonal trio also has a contrasting black outsole, and Trinomic technology for cushioning. You can look for this pack soon at Sneakerhead.
Supra Footwear is looking to give you a break this spring from all the multi-colored sneakers that are currently dominating store shelves. The first delivery in their spring lineup features four models in tonal white or tonal black colorways, including the Vaider, SkyTop IV, Bleeker, and Estaban. The Vaider
is a classic high-top with perforation details. The SkyTop IV
is the latest SkyTop model, and features a textured nubuck upper. The athletic-inspired Bleeker
was constructed with a fresh combination of white materials. Lastly, the Estaban
has a unique lacing system with speckled details on the midsole. You can grab all four pairs now at Sneakerhead.
Founded in 2002, Creative Recreation creates versatile footwear that fuses work and play. Their latest Moretti release is a perfect example of this design philosophy. The refined Creative Recreation Moretti "Brown Vintage" boasts a soft premium leather upper, leather lining, burnt red laces, workboot-inspired metal hardware at the ankle, and an off-white sole. It's a modern and stylish take on the classic workboot, and will fit almost any occasion. Look for the Creative Recreation Moretti "Brown Vintage" soon as part of the upcoming spring 2015 collection.
There are few sneakers that have seen more renditions than the iconic Nike Air Force 1. Originally released in 1982, the Air Force 1 was the first sneaker to feature "Air" technology. Over the years it has developed fans from all walks of life, areas of the world, and ages. The Nike Air Force 1 "Croc & Gum" Pack is the latest AF1 release and features a combination of subtle style and intricate details. Available in Black
, University Red
, and Blue Legend
, all three colorways have an allover croc-embossed tonal upper, and gum rubber outsole. You can cop your favorite colorway now at Sneakerhead.
The Asics Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 has a rich history and timeless design. They were originally released in 1966 and the first Asics model to ever feature "Tiger Stripes," which were designed to provide style and structure. Every season Asics Onitsuka offers this model in fresh new colorways, yet keeps true to the original Mexico 66 design. For spring 2015, the new distinct color schemes include, Tropical Green/Black, Light Grey/Navy, Strong Blue/Grey, and White/Burgundy. Look for these new colorways soon at Sneakerhead
Fans of LeBron James' 12th signature sneaker are going to have a great year, because Nike is making sure there are enough colorways to go around. We have already seen the "Lion Heart," "Dunk Force," "Data," "Intinct," and "Christmas" models, with plenty more to come. The next Nike LeBron XII model set to release has been coined "23 Chromosomes." Inspired by the simple fact that basketball is in James' DNA, they feature a striking colorway with a graphic of DNA gel-readings on the upper. Plus, this standout model also features all the innovation you need on the court, including a lightweight Megafuse upper, Dynamic Flywire for support, and hexagonally-shaped Nike Zoom Air bags that enhance natural motion.
Originally released in 1985, the Nike Dunk has been constructed in countless materials, patterns, and designs over the past 30 years. The latest releases of this iconic model include two subtle and shimmery designs for the ladies. The Nike Dunk Skinny Low and Sky High both share a Sail-colored suede upper, Metallic Luster accents, and gum rubber outsole. The Dunk Sky High also has a hidden wedge heel, and the Dunk Skinny Low has a streamlined design that's specifically tailored to fit a women's foot. Although both of the these Nike Dunk models stray from the original 1985 design, they fit today's women's fashion perfectly.
In 1987 Nike introduced the Air Max 1 to the world, and they have been building upon its success ever since. Every year we have seen the Air Max line evolve by incorporating new innovation, style, and design. The Nike Air Max 2015 builds on this model and has a lightweight and breathable Engineered Mesh upper, full-length Max Air cushioning, Dynamic Flywire cables that adjust with the laces for a supportive fit, and flex grooves on the outsole for forefoot flexibility and a natural ride. This new Air Max model is currently available at Sneakerhead
for women in this sleek white and pink colorway.
The Adidas Tubular Runner was one of the most anticipated Adidas releases in 2014. This sleek and stylish model draws some obvious influence from the Y-3 collection, specifically the Y-3 Qasa model. They combine sport and style seamlessly, and feature a comfortable neoprene upper with leather overlays, built-in tongue design, and a tube outsole (that was inspired by the original 90s Tubular release). Plus, this limited "New Year's Eve Pack" also has contrasting metallic accents, rope laces, and premium leather panels. You can grab this pack, and several other Adidas Tubular Runner colorways, now at Sneakerhead
Endorsed by two-sport athlete Bo Jackson, the Nike Air Trainer III
was originally released in 1988 and designed to be the only pair of sneakers for all your gym activities. Whether you were lifting, running, or participating in a court sport, this sneaker could provide you with all the support, comfort, and cushioning you need. Inspired by traditional leather medicine balls that once could be found at any gym, they have a leather upper, forefoot strap, heel cage, visible Air-Sole unit, and a neoprene bootie. Plus, they also feature an undeniably fresh colorway. You can grab this iconic cross-trainer now at Sneakerhead.
Over the years Nike has collaborated with clothing brands, stores, athletes, and designers around the world. But for their latest project, they kept it local and teamed up with Oregon outdoor outfitter Poler. Inspired by the Pacific Northwest, the collection includes a Nike SB Dunk, Nike SB Trainerendor, Nike SB Blazer, and the Nike SB Lunar Gato. Every model in the collection features a burnt orange, brown, and tan color scheme that represents the colors that dominate the Pacific coast. Plus, they also feature print details, and Poler's logo on the tongue. You can find the entire Nike SB x Poler Collection
now at Sneakerhead.
Jordan Brand released many new lifestyle models throughout 2014 to add some "sport meets style" options to your off-court look. The latest addition in their growing line up is the sleek Jordan Illusion. This versatile model borrows design elements from several classic Air Jordan models, including the sole from the AJ1, piping details from the AJII, and elephant print from the AJIII. They also have a striking laser-cut leather upper with woven lace webbing to complete the look. The Jordan Illusion is currently available in White/French Blue
and Wolf Grey/Black
Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Nike Air Stab was first released in 1988. Known for their large visible Air-Sole unit with interrupting "fork" design, this classic running sneaker was built to provide optimal cushioning and support. They feature a mesh upper with suede overlays, iconic "AIR STAB" lettering on the thermoplastic heel, and a supportive footbridge to protect from impact-related injuries. Retro releases of this beloved running sneaker have been on hiatus for several years, so for many the return of the Nike Air Stab is a very welcomed sight.