Our monthly drop list continues as we showcase the hottest sneaker releases from our favourite brands, curating the most hyped and strongest silhouette/colourway combinations that should not be missed. Looking at the future of athleisure, there’s a serious retro influence in every silhouette on this list. 2019’s sneaker trends have been consistently prominent and so, we rounded up the best sneakers for men that were all the rage this November.
Who would have thought this Nike silhouette is actually a continuation of an underrated 90s segment? Infused with Nike’s React technology, Element 55 SE returns with a revamped design in multiple colours. Boasting a neon palette on its tongue and heel, the pair retains its lightweight form for running. If you’re a runner looking for an upgrade, this is one of the best sneakers for men right now.
Price: Rs 10,995
Available at Nike online store.
To put it simply, adidas has been obsessed with digital integration. At the forefront of adidas running branch is the AlphaEdge 4D integrated with a new type of 4D printing technology. They use Carbon Digital Light Synthesis to craft the midsole, a technology pioneered by Carbon. This moderates the energy with every sprint and stride. Apart from this, they’ve also added reflective panels on the sides, ideal for midnight joggers.
Price: Rs 27,999
Available at select adidas outlets.
Designed for monochrome lovers with an athletic vibe, Asics extended their Gel-Kayano line with a bold metallic grey silhouette to fuse sport and style. This updated version boasts 360 degrees of GEL™ technology for protective shock absorption and comfortable cushioning. It works with lightweight and bouncy molded midsole to put a real spring in your step. Also in the mix, is Asic’s Trusstic System™ technology to control torsion and twisting.
Price: Rs 12,999
Available at Asic online store.
The three stripes and Pusha T signed up a collab back in February, releasing several iterations of the Ozweego since then. Undoubtedly, this is one of the best sneakers for men that debuted this November. The new “King Push” Ozweego boasts a darker theme, in both blue and brown colourways. Stitched out of leather and suede, the three stripes now come in the form of neon ribbons.
Price: Rs 13,999
Available at adidas online store.
For the past 40 years, the Rubik’s cube has been puzzling the young minds. Today, it’s a vogue obsession among millennials for its bold tones. PUMA’s new RS pair emits these retro tones. Inside, the RS running technology offers cushioning from the forefoot through the heel,and outside a bulky retro silhouette. The pair is also a part of the larger capsule that consists of athleisure-oriented hoodies and joggers.
Price: Rs 9,999
Available at PUMA online store.
Fila x Superkicks Venom V94M NH8
How often do you see a pair of sneakers that take inspiration from a national highway? Joining the dots between Jaipur and Mumbai, FILA teamed up with Superkicks to revive a 1994 silhouette in order to offer runners better breathability and sprint support. With two core colours, the blue takes after the sea of Mumbai and the pink after the royal city of Jaipur. The range was limited to just 90 pairs and sold out soon after its launch. FILA and Superkicks are considering a restock of the NH8 shelf.
Price: Rs 8999
Available at Superkicks Mumbai and Bangalore.
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