Our Top General Releases of the Year

20. Dezember 2023

Now that collaborations have become daily routine with several partnerships announced every week, strong general releases tend to stand out. We look back at some of the best general releases from 2023.

Nike Air Foamposite One “Anthracite”

The Nike Air Foamposite One is slowly gearing up for a big year in 2024. This year has been a bit of a teaser of what’s to come with Penny Hardaway’s white and black PE finally releasing and the return of a few popular colorways – the tonal “Anthracite” colorway was definitely a highlight.

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ASICS GEL-1130 “Cream/Kale”

Everyone has been trying to jump on the 2000s tech sneaker bandwagon lately, but ASICS composed the catchy tune that everyone has been running after. The ASICS GEL-1130 is an expression of that, where metallic accents are a natural element of the design language rather than a gimmick. This subtle and sophisticated Cream/Kale colorway is perfectly executed.

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adidas Gazelle Indoor “Scarlet”

Building on the surprise success of the Samba, the adidas Gazelle Indoor and its transparent gumsole quickly gained traction this year. The vibrant scarlet suede upper was a classic long before the Gucci collaboration and Harry Styles.

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New Balance U998GR

The old school yet modern 998 celebrated a low-key comeback under Teddy Santis in true New Balance fashion. One of the greatest retro silhouettes from the 99x series of Made in USA sneakers returned in a classic grey, even though not quite the OG colorway.

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Nike Air Footscape Woven “Cow”

The Nike Air Footscape Woven enjoyed quite a comeback this year, even lending its signature woven detail to the Union x Air Jordan 1. The advanced ergonomic design developed by Nike’s Sports Research Lab in the ‘90s is iconic, just as its many flamboyant animal print releases.

Shop the Nike Air Footscape Woven “Cow”

Salomon ACS Pro “White/Vanilla Ice”

Salomon undoubtedly has a vast archive of technical trail runners to fall back on. The ACS Pro is somewhat underrated but its more aggressive design with the prominent skeleton cage, strategically placed mesh openings and a metal lacing system stand out from other models.

Shop the Salomon ACS Pro “White/Vanilla Ice”



adidas Handball Spezial “Light Blue”

The adidas Handball Spezial is another classic adidas silhouette, that’s been around forever and was suddenly everywhere. The light blue colorway is a tasteful vintage aesthetic tribute to the original colorway from 1979.

Shop the adidas Handball Spezial “Light Blue”


Saucony Shadow 6000 “Cappuccino”

Saucony is known for putting a lot of effort into its general releases with great story telling to compliment the beautiful colorways and premium materials. This tasty looking Saucony Shadow 6000 is dedicated to those, that enjoy a good cup of Cappuccino just as much as a classy pair of sneakers.

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Nike V2K “Summit White”

Nike flipped the script on the Y2K trend by creating a shoe that looks like it came from the high performance pages of an early 2000s running catalogue, but with modern technical design to guarantee everyday wearability.

Shop the Nike V2K “Summit White”