Sneakerheads are bombarded with news of upcoming releases on a daily basis. To save you some time from searching each and every site and leak account, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to sift through the onslaught and bring you a few noteworthy kicks that have captured our attention.
Today, we’ve come across a new metallic silver colorway of Reebok‘s buzzworthy silhouette, the Premier Road Modern. After bursting onto the scene last year, the Premier Road Modern has slowly rolled out in new colorways, and this upcoming drop is one you should take advantage of. The sneaker is poised to be one of Reebok’s best to release in quite a while, in large part due to its retro runner inspiration and lifestyle appeal.
In other sneaker news, Nike is prepping the release of the “Patina” Air Jordan 1, which is a luxe reimagining of the iconic silhouette. Rival adidas has a special treat for all the runners out there, as the “super sneaker” Adizero Adios Pro will soon be available in a can’t-miss “Screaming Orange” colorway.
If you’re looking for something on the collaborative end, Taka Hayashi‘s latest foray with Vault by Vans is worth a peep. Also, atmos has two exclusive colorways of the New Balance 2002R on the way, both of which are especially enticing.
Release Date: March 1
Where to Buy: Retailers like Packer, Concepts, Bodega, and END., and online in Europe at Reebok.com
Editor’s Notes: Reebok’s Premier Road Modern has quickly gained momentum as one of the brand’s best new silhouettes. In just a matter of days, the running-inspired model will be available in an exceptional “Metallic Silver” colorway that references metallic material executions from Reebok’s Premier Running series. The Premier Road Modern in turn incorporates design elements from more than 15 silhouettes from the Premier Running archives. A continuation of the brand’s high performance running line, the Premier Road Modern is more of a contemporary lifestyle option.
Release Date: March 10
Where to Buy: TBC
Editor’s Notes: For those turned off by bright colorways, the “Patina” Air Jordan 1 should be a treat. The luxe iteration finds black and bronze-colored leather coming together across much of the sneaker, while hits of mint green on tongue — and insoles — provide subtle pops of color. A sail midsole breaks things up below, making way for a black rubber outsole underneath. Some expect the “Patina” Air Jordan 1 release to be postponed, but for now it is reportedly arriving on March 10.
Release Date: February 27
Where to Buy: atmos
Editor’s Notes: New Balance continues to unleash alluring colorways of the 2002R. The most recent come courtesy of atmos, who is the sole supplier of the on-hand olive, navy, and orange, and white, navy, gray, royal, and pink iterations. The upper of the 2002R is crafted from high-quality nubuck and mesh, while the sole unit below blends New Balance’s NERGY and ABZORB tooling. The color schemes are on point, and the premium composition is there, so really, what’s not to love about the 2002R atmos exclusives?
Release Date: March 1
Where to Buy: adidas
Editor’s Notes: With spring on the horizon, running season will soon be in full swing. Look for brands to take advantage not only by releasing all-new silhouettes, but also never-before-seen colorways. Subsequently, adidas is gearing up for the launch of the “Screaming Orange” Adizero Adios Pro. This particular iteration follows drops like the “Signal Coral,” “Sunrise Bliss,” and “Dream Mile,” and it is certainly worthy of its own moment. The Adizero Adios Pro is a performance runner that is meant for racing. It features a breathable engineered mesh upper, Lightstrike cushioning delivering a snappy feel, and carbon-infused rods that limit energy loss.
Release Date: February 26 (Style 24) and March 1 (Style 47)
Where to Buy: Vans and select retailers
Editor’s Notes: Taka Hayashi looks to Formula One racing for inspiration for his new Vault by Vans collaboration. We then see the OG Style 24 LX and OG Style 47 LX done up in colorways that reference racing iconography. The Style 24 arrives in white and black colorways featuring a revamped checkerboard motif across the upper. The Style 47 is offered in two colorways as well, each boasting a quilted construction that draws from racing suits of the ’70s.
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