Some of the latest sneakers released this month include the hands-free Nike Go FlyEase and Adidas Ultraboost 21.
The month of February is here, which means Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year is just around the corner.
Looking for a gift or simply something to spruce up your everyday wear? How about getting a new pair of sneakers for that purpose?
Without further ado, here’s a list of 10 sneakers you should cop in February.
A perfect gift for your significant other this Valentine’s Day, this special pair of sneakers makes use of primarily bleached white leather and has a heart-shaped patch brandished on its silhouette.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Valentine’s Day” is scheduled to be released on Feb 6, a week before the special day for couples.
Like many of adidas’ new sneaker models, the recently-unveiled Ozweego Celox draws from the future for inspiration. It is bold in colour yet sleek in shape and the model effectively bridges the line-up’s existing parts with a forward-thinking design language.
The Adidas Ozweego Celox was released on Monday (Feb 1) in the United States and is available in two colourways: core black/solar yellow as well as gray/white.
Ahead of the upcoming Chinese New Year, Adidas has launched the celebratory version of the running shoes.
The pair boasts a predominantly core black styling with collegiate purple accents around an illustration of an ox, the zodiacal animal of the upcoming Chinese New Year.
As for the underfoot, midsoles and tread, they will revert to the core Black makeup, with the BOOST visible from the outsole maintaining their standard white look.
The Adidas Ultra Boost 2020 “Chinese New Year 2021” is expected to drop sometime this month.
This year marks the 36th year since The Nike Dunk Low was first released. Building on the momentum garnered over the last two years, there are a slew of releases scheduled for the first half of 2021.
One of them is the Nike Dunk Low “Hyper Cobalt” which features a Black/Hyper Cobalt/White colorway for adults and children. It is designed by the famous Peter Moore.
It will be released on Feb 11.
Look ma, no hands!
Touted as the brand’s first-ever hands-free shoe produced, the Nike Go FlyEase expands on the features previously seen on FlyEase-iterations of the Air Max 90 and Air Jordan 1.
The Go FlyEase boasts two positions: “open” and “ready”, with the latter position not requiring hands, but instead a standard push-down with one’s feet.
Sounds really cool? The Nike Go FlyEase is slated for release on Feb 15.
The Nike Dunk High “Vast Grey” features a plain white base with a slight vast grey contrast along the panel, tongue and throughout the heel of the sneaker.
A tentative release date has been set for Feb 16.
The Adidas Ultraboost is not just a pair of running shoes, but also a lifestyle shoe one can pair with their everyday wear. Armed with a Primeknit+ upper and modified BOOST midsole, the Ultraboost gives wearers a comfortable bounce-like feeling when worn.
It will be released on Feb 4, with a number of colourways to choose from, including the Triple White and Triple Black.
Be hit by the flooded neon of the Nike Air Foamposite Pro.
This classic basketball shoe still owns a strong cult following today, despite being in existence for over two decades since its release in 1997. To date, several different colourways and styles have already landed on store shelves.
Oregon’s PENSOLE Academy and ASICS have recently collaborated on an eye-catching design, which will be launching exclusively at the Foot Locker.
The Pensole ASICS GEL-DS trainer will see a mesmerising purple and navy palette.
Made up of mixed materials, the upper will have varying shades of both tones above. Underfoot, the Japan-inspired GEL-Diablo features a multi-colored sole unit, with red and aqua stealing the spotlight.
The Pensole ASICS GEL-DS trainer is expected to drop on Feb 12.
The latest NDSTRKT Air Max 95 is seemingly a militarisation of sorts of classic models such as N.354 and the THE10TH released by Nike.
However, what makes it unique is the overlays for instance. They are far more brutalist than what the model typically employs.
While the upper is similar to the original, the layered profile and toe cap are entirely removed. It is replaced with sculpted variations that lean towards futurism in design.
The NDSTRKT Air Max 95 is slated for a Feb 15 release.
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