Usually, by the time a sneaker makes it to our weekly selection, they’re not in stock anymore. Which makes this week an exception, as all of the top sneakers are still up for grabs on our website – waiting for you to add them to your collection. But before you do that, check out the on feet pictures of these legendary models in their new designs.


Kim Jones is a graduate of prestigious London university Central Saint Martins, along with others such as Craig Green, Ricardo Tisci or Kiko Kostadinov. The world of sneakers is Kim’s natural habitat, having directed numerous successful collaborations including one of last year’s biggest hits, the premium Dior x Air Jordan 1. After this high fashion – streetwear crossover, Kim Jones went back to the streets with the cult silhouette Air Max 95, which is available in two colorways, the orange and the volt green.


As of late, the NMD’s were silent for the most part, and skeptics voiced their doubts about the NMD’s return. But if last year taught us anything, it’s that those doubts were out of place. After a series or different variations, the adidas NMD returns in iconic colorways and the popular R1 design. The upper is made from the comfortable Primeknit and the sole features millions of microparticles of the Boost material. Breathability, comfort and a simple yet timeless look. The adidas NMD R1 are back, possibly even more relevant than during their previous peak of popularity.


The adidas Ultraboost is a silhouette that is regularly re-released and updated. 2021 is no exception, with the three stripes performance model reappearing in possibly it’s greatest form. For me personally, there was always something slightly off with the Ultraboost silhouette, but I knew plenty of people that pulled them off. Now, thanks to the elevated midsole in the heel area, my doubts are put to rest and the dark colorway will soon be making its way into my wardrobe too, either for running or everyday wear.

Check out the best releases of last week, featuring Nike’s new collaboration with Skepta and another great crossover between the worlds of music and sneakers, the Reebok x $AP Nast.