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With the sneakers market going crazy, and limited editions releases taking a big part in customer's choices, many fire releases went under the radar.
But while each of these models sold out with the quickness and saw a marked-up pricepoint exclusively on the resale, we are here to show 5 releases you missed but you can still buy.
Not only are these sneakers significantly more affordable, but they also have a longer shelf-life in your rotation before becoming yesterday’s hype shoe. So, we’re here to remind you about some of our best drops of recent times.
This faithful reproduction of the running shoe from 1997 was developed in-house by the adidas Consortium team. The original version was one of the first shoes to utilize Feet you wear technology, an innovative design principle for increasing stability and reduce the risks of ankle roll.
The Nike Air Max Tailwind IV is a running shoe that originally released in 1999. As the fourth chapter of the Air Max Tailwind line, which originated in the early 1990s, this sporty model released in a wide array of colorways and returned to stores on several occasions throughout the 2000s. In 2019, the Air Max Tailwind IV has returned in its original colorways.
When PUMA CELL technology first arrived in 1998, it was revolutionary. Its hexagonal cells provided the optimal shape for stable cushioning, so you could move faster, stronger, smoother, bolder, better. 20 years later, PUMA is bringing CELL back. Presenting CELL Endura – a ‘90s silhouette resurrected in all its chunky glory for a new era of streetwise style.
Designed to give you an energy boost over long distances, these shoes feature FlyteFoam Lyte midsole cushioning, with nano-fiber architecture for extra energy return and weight reduction to add bounce, helping you feel lighter as you run. The heel of the shoe includes rearfoot ASICS GEL for added shock absorption, so your feet will stay comfortable no matter how far you go.