The trainer collaborations to know about

In today’s society, the trainer realm has no limitations. Since the rise of streetwear designers, cohesively merging culture, music, fashion and lifestyle, trainers have become a way of life. Nor, are there any boundaries when it comes to collaborations, the same way there are with fashion.

Looking at consumer shopping habits, there are certainly no limits to how many pairs it is acceptable to own. So, without further ado, here is a rundown of the biggest trainer collaborations you don’t want to miss. 

Adidas X Wales Bonner 

As expected, the Samba again hones in on the Adidas Japan silhouette in four distinctive colourways,  — this time in brown, “ecrtin” and “almyel” colourways and a previously-seen metallic silver. Although it comes with the neat addition of a fold-over tongue, a nod to the silhouette’s footballing roots and the pair’s 2020 debut. This time they are joined by two knitted SL72s  — coming in a brown and green colourway — both of which are then overlaid with buttery suede panelling. 

adidas x wales bonner

Paying homage to the 80s with an elevated material and colour story and Samba’s, Gazelles and campus trainers increasingly hard to get hold of we have no doubt this next drop will be another instant sell out. 

Ronnie Fieg x Clarks 


Influential New York-based streetwear and sneaker designer Ronnie Fieg has collaborated with Clarks once again. Renowned for his clothing label and store Kith and his numerous high-profile collaborations, here is the new season of the 8th St collection. Named after one of Clark’s first factories, the Lockhill is inspired by the footwear scene of 1990s New York. Crafted from top-grade perforated suede there are new green, oxblood and sand colourways to choose from.

Maison Margiela X Reebok 

Drawing on John Galliano’s creative output, the silhouettes released over the last year has expressed the characteristics of the French fashion house through two of the sportswear brand’s most recognizable designs. 

maisonmargeila x reebok



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2022-03-02 14:52:32By Holly Thompson

Holly Thompson

Holly Thompson

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