Nike Air Max 95 Safar Dropped on October 22nd, this wild sneaker has been given a few nicknames, including ‘Safety Orange’, but our favourite is, without a doubt, ‘Keep Rippin’ Stop Slippin’‘. Painted in an eye catching palette of orange, black, and grey, multiple textual contrasts keeps the ‘Safari’ interesting, with leather and suede appear throughout. Down below, an Air infused midsole is present for additional comfort and a smoother stride.

Made in collaboration with UK retailer size?, the size? x adidas Originals Yung-1 Craft Ochre released on October 20th. Inspired by the legendary 1997 adidas Falcon Dorf model, these are dipped in a healthy dose of orange for an almost pumpkin like look. Composed of a vast array of materials, including nubuck, mesh, and suede, branding is present along the tongue and heel, and to round it all off, Three Stripe branding adorns the side panels for the signature adidas look.

To many people, the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 Mauve is like the marmite of the sneaker world. You either love them to bits, or you hate them with a deep, burning passion. Released on October 27th, these are painted in an earthy brown shade, and are constructed from leather and mesh. Sitting on top of a chunky midsole which is finished off with a tough and durable gum rubber outsole underneath. To round off the design, bright green accents feature for a beautifully contrasted aesthetic.

The first time we heard about Dragon Ball Z x adidas Originals Cell Saga pack was around December 2017, so when the collection dropped on October 26th, the community went wild. Comprising of the Deerupt ‘Gohan’ and the Prophere ‘Cell’, the former makes use of an all-purple colourway, reminiscent of Gohan’s iconic gi. The latter, on the other hand, makes use of a stretchy green knit material, while subtle leather and suede accents form the unique lacing system that has everyone talking.