What a time for all you sneakerheads as adidas launch an unmissable selection of footwear. Not only is Yeezy Season well underway but brand-new styles launched this March alongside striking colourways of iconic styles.
If you're mad about the Three Stripes, these hand-picked exclusives aren't to be missed! Stay locked to The Sole Supplier app for more updates on the latest and greatest adidas footwear.
Back when chunky footwear wasn't even popular, the Raf Simons x adidas Ozweego was pioneering this new trend. Let's remember this is the shoe that started it all - way before the likes of the Yeezy 700 or adidas Yung 1. Thankfully, the high-fashion silhouette is back, launching in three colour-blocking styles, each one just as eye-catching as the last.
Everyone's favourite runner just got a 2019 update with the addition of suede and TPU overlays. It brings an almost old-school look to the contemporary model whilst adding refinement thanks to that premium material.
If you're a fan of understated footwear, nothing beats the versatile Continental 80. This is a shoe that can be worn with just about anything. Whilst there are several vibrant choices, this latest colourway is pleasantly low-key.
Summer is just around the corner, so why not grab a few holiday creps early?! This new-in Yung 1 was made for those sunny days. Hits of clear orange bring a bold contrast to the subdued grey uppers. You just know these will look bangin' with shorts!
Launching as a 'Regional Exclusive', this model is likely to command steep re-sell prices. It's especially unique given the glowing orange midsole. Those spring-ready vibes are accentuated with a clear 'SPLY-350' stripe along the sidewall.
Admittedly, these arrived in womens sizes but let's face it, there'll be plenty of guys hoping to cop. The striking use of colour makes these a wardrobe essential for the coming months. As always, premium leather hits the upper and a soft fleece lining promises an ultra comfortable fit.
It's fast becoming one of adidas's most talked about trainers. That's hardly surprising given this completely new model is unlike anything previously seen. Some of the impressive details include that deconstructed tongue and those hard-wearing synthetic uppers. And let's not forget that chunky slab of Boost underfoot!
Kanye West's legendary model is revisited but this time, adidas unveil the Powerphase as a general release. This 'Ecru Tint' colourway is almost identical to the Yeezy model but at only £89, it's a far better alternative to paying those steep resell prices.
Just when you thought your bank balance couldn't handle another Yeezy launch! Unfortunately, it's going to be an expensive month as you simply can't pass up on the next V2. The reflective sheen and chunky rope laces is somewhat toned down with the khaki uppers.
The more laid-back colourway from the S&L pack is also the most popular. Despite the upgrades in design, these are just as comfortable as the original model. TPU overlays also make them that little bit more durable.