The adidas Tubular X style has definitely made a name for itself this year — whether for its associations to the Yeezy Boosts or its comfort in general. Regardless, this colorway is going to be a hit. Clad in “Camo,” the shoe now boasts black leather overlays and a brown camouflage print underneath. Set atop a black sole and finished off with an embossed Trefoil, this style should be hitting adidas Originals retailers soon.
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The Nike Roshe One has been one of the most popular Nike silhouettes of late, and despite the rebranding (from Run to One) the perennial sneaker is still getting some stellar makeovers. This time around, the shoe gets a Flyknit construction in all-black. Mixed with leather accents, the shoe’s heel is decked out in embossed geometric shapes while the Swoosh adopts an inconspicuous but sleek makeup. Set atop a black sole, the shoe is available now at Nike retailers such as Sneaker Politics for $130 USD.
Sub-Saharan Africa footwear company Oliberté has unveiled an update of its classic women’s moccasin silhouette with the Hirari boot. Recognizing the demand for an autumn-ready boot that combines both form and functionality, the brand has reworked the unique boot with a stylized hand-cut fringe on the cupsole. The shoe also features goat leather lining, a molded insole with the map of Africa, cement construction, and a natural rubber outsole. As with all of Oliberté’s footwear, the Hirari is handcrafted in the world’s only Fairtrade Certified footwear factory. You can shop the Oliberté Hirari Boot now at the brand’s online store for $120 USD.
As part of its impressive seasonal footwear lineup, New Balance offers up a fall-ready colorway of the popular ’90s silhouette. Done up in a dark green nubuck base with maroon and red leather overlays, the M530 retro sneaker offers a comfortable fit for your Autumn strolls with its trademark ENCAP cushioning, while perforations provide increased ventilation. White branding along the medial and lateral sides rounds out this striking design which can be purchased from select accounts like Sneaker Politics.
Nike Sportswear is back with another premium leather rendition of the Air Max 1, following up the Gym Red/Black colorway with a “Dark Loden” rendition of the silhouette. Seemingly inspired by military uniforms, the design opts for an olive green and tan make-up, employing a rugged ripstop synthetic alongside tumbled leather throughout. Retailing for $125 USD, the kicks are available now via nike.com.