Wednesday 12th June 2013 | Moses
As those long summer days and cool summer nights draws closer, it's time to dress accordingly and for the sneaker lovers that's means upgrading our sneaker game, whether it Adidas, Nike, Air Jordan or Reebok, the summer heat must be matched accordingly with hot sneakers. So we're here to rundown some of the hottest trainers that have been released or to be released this summer.
Nike Air Max 1 Engineered Mesh
The original air max sneaker released in 1987 is still very much relevant in 2013 with various colourways having been released over the last few months. This summer Nike have bought out yet another colour way of the air max 1, this time in a cool sunset colour way. Released June 1st, the sneaker dubbed the 'Engineered Mesh' sports an orange, yellow and black design giving off a real sunset feel to the sneaker. The sneaker is part of the Nike sunset pack which also includes the air max 90, air max 95, air max 97 and air max 180. The Engineered Mesh is available at nike.com/gb for a retail price of £97.
Originally released back in 1995 for NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal, the iconic sneaker is back for a second release on July 19th. Sporting a black and white colour way and a hypnosis design, these will definitely be one of the more unique sneaker releases this summer. Bound to have heads turning, the sneaker wll retail for £115 and will be available at Endcothing.co.uk
Air Jordan 3 Fire Red
Argubly the most popular jordan shoe… the Air Jordan 3 is due for another highly anticipated release August 3rd. The Fire Red 3 features a fresh white upper leather mixed with a black elephant print design along the base of the show topped off with fire red accent throughout the sneaker. Originally released 1988 and then again in 2007 this will definitely be one of the biggest releases this summer and will be available at nike.com/gb and footlocker.com/eu for £135
Adidas Nastase Master Vintage
A simple yet effective design the adidas Nastase was the original shoe worn by former tennis world number 1 Llie Nastase. Adopting a fresh white and blue colourway, the sneaker sports a mixture of suede and leather. Due for release in July, Adidas have cleverly set the release date to mark 40th anniversary since Nastase's rise to the top ranking in 1973. The Nastase Master Vintage is available to pre-order now from Endclothing.co.uk with a retail price of £72.