Reebok Furylite

Descending from the unmistakeable Reebok Insta Pump Fury, these kicks take it back to basics with a streamlined silhouette. A standout sneaker just like the original, The Furylite adapts the edgy aesthetic of the Pump and turns it into a lightweight runner that was made to breathe. We're waiting on a host of must-have colourways to come in 2016.

adidas Originals Tubular X

We were down at the launch party in London for these sweet kicks from adidas. The brand seriously upped their game with the Tubular X, taking an already neck-breaking silhouette and giving it a basketball influenced twist. Tubular is set to be huge in 2016 so hold tight!

Nike Huarache Utility

An upgraded version of the original Air Huarache by Nike, the Huarache Utility is the winterised upgrade of one of the most popular kicks of the year. Combine the classic neoprene sock upper with the new Magwire lacing system and you've got one hell of a comfortable and protective sneaker.

ASICS Gel-Kayano EVO

The original Gel-Kayano was designed in 1993, and built for long-distance running. Fastforward to 2015 and ASICS have given us the Gel-Kayano EVO, a street-ready silhouette that you won't be touching the track in. The shoe is lightweight and consists of a one-piece mesh upper, with a futuristic look that's seen it quickly adopted by sneakerheads looking for something different.

Cortica Epic

"Epic in name and Epic in nature" is how Cortica describe their favourite trainer. Flexible and made to endure, the frontal opening means you're getting unparalleled breathability. The Epic combines elements of sneaker and sandal, making it the perfect shoe for keeping cool on the move.

adidas Ultra Boost

Dubbed by the brand as "the best running shoe ever" the Ultra Boost has certainly caught everyone's attention is terms of style and comfort. Made to be an exceptional runner, but also seen on every sneakerhead going as a lifestyle shoe, the Ultra Boost has been a huge hitter for adi in 2015. Sales went next level after Kanye West sported the triple white pair at the Billboard Music Awards, and we can't wait to see what adidas do with their insane Boost technology next.

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