Those of you not keeping up to date with the latest trainers can be excused for completely missing the following heat. Surfacing across Footasylum’s new-in range, it seems many of these have gone completely gone under the radar. That includes several Jordan 1s, more tempting 270s and let’s not forget about that animal-print adidas collection!
Get yourself summer-ready and browse more of the latest Footasylum trainers here.
Admire this brand-new AM270 and be quick as these aren’t available anywhere else! The soft neoprene on this pair features in grey with panels of black synthetic throughout. It’s the 270-degrees of cushioning that provides an eye-catching contrast in a smoky vapour green colourway.
The return of this OG colourway was quick to sellout when it arrived at Nike. Thankfully, you needn’t pay resell on these – Footasylum recently launched a full size run. Admittedly, some sizes are sold out but if you’re lucky, you might just be able to cop.
This latest 270 isn’t even available at Nike, or any other stockist for that matter! The good news is, Footasylum are now stocking a full size run early. Characterised by a camo Swoosh and all-white uppers, you’ll want to be the first to cop this striking colourway.
This year’s revival of the Jordan 1 Mid has seen plenty of sellout colourways. Surprisingly, the cleanest of the bunch is still available. This monochromatic masterpiece puts all the attention of those iconic details from the Wings logo to the overstretched Swoosh.
It doesn’t get more premium that this next generation Air Force 1. Not only does premium suede feature to the heel but panels of linen are utilised for the sidewall. It’s all finished off with a colour blocking theme transitioning through different shades of grey.
Just when you thought the Air Max 270 couldn’t get any more tempting, this pair gets outfitted in a brand-new material. This ultimate summer construct is far more breathable and promises just as much comfort.
It’s the luxurious hits of gold against this new-in Yung 96 that makes these so appealing. An otherwise laid-back theme is made even more interesting with the addition of a volt colourway to the outsole. A trainer that can be worn with just about anything, every sneakerhead should own a pair of Yung 96’s.
It’s hard to believe that this exclusive colourway is still sitting. If the suede uppers don’t get you hyped, just take a look at that vibrant flash of colour to the outsole. As always, Jumpman branding gets stamped throughout.
Nothing beats the Air Force 1 when it comes to versatile and timeless footwear. If you’re a little bored with the all-white colourway but still appreciate that simple style, why not opt for this pair which features a subtle grey contrast? These are crafted with leather and nylon for an even lighter fit.
Bring out your wild side with this latest collection of pony-fur crafted adidas Continental 80s. Stamped with a full leopard print, these aren’t quite as dramatic as you’d expect thanks to the darker colourway. That said, these are still an eye-catching choice, ideal as we head towards festival season.