8 Incoming Trainer Collabs To Know
8 Incoming Trainer Collabs To Know

8 Incoming Trainer Collabs To Know


Trainer collabs are landing left, right and centre. From pairs you could actually wear to styles that might be best left to the kids (for now), these are the ones to start dropping into conversations…

Wales Bonner X Adidas

The OG Sambas have more or less taken over the trainer market over the past couple of years, and Wales Bonner’s versions have consistently been some of the most hyped. Combining snakeskin print and studs, this newest launch is one for braver sneakerheads ready to break new ground.

Visit WalesBonner.net and Adidas.com


CP Company X Asics

Another Asics collab to know, this one is with the Italian sportswear and tech-fashion specialist CP Company. There are just two colourways – a contrasting monochrome and a punchy yellow. Sporty in look and feel, these could be styled casually. Moving into spring, we’d try them with straight-legged tailored trousers, a knit and an oversized trench.

Visit CPCompany.com and Asics.com


Bode X Nike

Bode is a favourite with A-listers from Jeff Goldblum to Harry Styles. For its first foray beyond apparel, it’s gone straight to the top and partnered with Nike. Reviving the Astro Grabber style once seen on 80s American footballers, the collab contains some new colourways that stay pretty neutral, making them easy to style at day-to-day street level.

Visit Bode.com and Nike.com


Kith Classics X Adidas

Footwear maven Ronnie Fieg’s Kith has extended its adidas collab into 2024. The latest drop is a six-piece take on some of the German giant’s most classic silhouettes. Expect minimalist new reloads of the OG Samba, Superstar, SC Premiere, Gazelle Indoor and Campus 80s.

Visit Kith.com and Adidas.com


Earls Collection X Asics

Perhaps the only way Earls could take its Aussie urban-cool aesthetic further was to fuse it with Asics’ legendary Gel cushioning technology. This joint effort puts a new twist on the classic GT-2160 silhouette and we’re giving it points for both comfort and style – you could put it on now and wear it all summer.

Visit EarlsCollection.com and Asics.com


Bodega X Saucony

NYC boutique Bodega has teamed up with French trainer brand Saucony on the ‘Jaunt Woven’ Grid Shadow 2. Arriving later this month, look for earthy tones and a 90s vibe – though the innovative, environmentally friendly design is right up to the minute, featuring a combination of stone-washed canvas, hemp and cotton.

Visit BDGAStore.com and Saucony.com


Supreme X Nike

Sneakerheads went wild when Supreme teased this collab recently. Last time out with Nike, it remodelled the Air Force One. This incoming drop feels a little cooler. In black, it has a sportier look and feel (a bit of a theme this season). It’s also taking a slightly bolder stance branding wise, and there’s an air-cushioned midsole to give more of a chunky feel.

Visit Supreme.com and Nike.com


CDG X New Balance

These two are in an LTR that continues to throw up good things. We’ve already seen CDG versions of the 550, 610, and 580 silhouettes, and this newest drop is all about the 860v2. A traditional but slightly slimmer dad shoe, it’d be a worthy addition to any off-duty wardrobe.

Visit CDGCDGCDG.com and NewBalance.co.uk

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