Let’s face it, summer never really got started here in the UK, so the transition from grey skies to even greyer skies shouldn’t make too much impact on your sneaker collection. That said, the added threat from rain and snow means you can’t exactly rock those ‘Triple White‘ creps with confidence.
To help you out this autumn, we’ve selected some of the most stylish ‘Triple Black‘ trainers. Some of these launched recently whilst others came back in restocks. Either way, you can be assured that stealthy curb appeal matched with durability for the colder months – bring on winter!
The pinnacle of ‘Triple Black’ heat comes in the form of this murdered-out NMD complete with a Primeknit crafted upper and Japanese calligraphy. How are these just sitting at JD Sports & Size?!
We promised durability and that’s exactly what you’ll get with this Ultra transformation of the iconic silhouette. When these start looking shabby, simply wipe the synthetic surface clean which is fully water-proof.
Bet you weren’t expecting to see this collab anytime soon. Up until recently, the only place you’d see the Arthur Huang Air Max 1 would be trawling the listings on eBay. This sellout just got restocked at END. Clothing – it even comes with a unique backpack for added functionality!
These are one of the dopest pair of creps to ever sit on a blacked-out Boost unit. The brand led by Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto delivers that perfect mix of high-end tech-wear with sports influenced adidas technology.
This release went completely unnoticed which is surprising given the cool customisation options. Each pair includes a set of stencils allowing you to add some vibrant colour and designs to the blacked-out Flyknit – why not unleash some creativity?
It could be too late to cop this ninja inspired Nomad but don’t fear as several restocks have already happened! Stay glued to @thesolerestocks for links to all available stockists if and when sizes come back.
Another trainer to return in most sizes after an initial sellout. Consider this your chance at redemption – these just returned at END. Clothing.
If we’re going to get technical, this isn’t strictly a ‘Triple Black’ colourway thanks to the corn coloured outsole. But it does make for a great contrast to the latest Raf Simons Ozweego and you’ve got to admire those chunky Air Units along the sidewall.
There’s something seriously stylish about these Jordan 2s. Maybe it’s the premium suede or the refined aesthetic thanks to the monochromatic theme. They released towards the start of summer but we think they’re a must-cop this autumn.
Speckled hits of red don’t distract from the understated and high-fashion look of the Yeezy-inspired Tubular Doom. These are pleasantly affordable given the impressive technology which fuses a Primeknit upper against a spiralled Tubular sole.
For more news on the latest and greatest sneaker releases coming this Autumn, be sure to follow @thesolesupplier.