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What better way is there to start a new month than peeping five of the best new trainer drops? With unboxing opportunities at an all-time high, we thought we’d highlight standout pairs from Vans, adidas Originals, Nike, and some others that you’ll just have to keep scrolling to see. It’s worth it, trust.
A picture of a pair of beige Vans Sport Trainers with a green Old School logo. Available at ASOS | ASOS Style Feed

Vans Sport trainers, £60

First up: the undisputed champions of cali-cool, Vans. This latest drop – simply titled: ‘Sport Shoes’ – draws on the brand’s retro stylings, complete with an old-school ‘V’ on the sides and the instantly recognisable ‘Off The Wall’ graphic on the tongue. If you’re after a pair of kicks that will match literally everything you already own, unbox a pair of these now.

A picture of a pair of Nike Blazer Mid '77 Vintage trainers. Available at ASOS | ASOS Style Feed

Nike Blazer Mid '77 Vintage trainers, £89.95

How do you make the already amazing retro silhouette of the Nike Blazer ’77 even cooler? You whack a big ‘ol pastel-coloured Swoosh on the side, that’s how. With the most subtle of nods towards one of summer 2020’s biggest trends, these kicks are perfect for completing a head-to-toe pastel look, or just dipping your toe(s) into new pastel-hued territory. And, in a summer dominated by throwback trends like tie-dye, the ‘77’s old-school aesthetic is hard to beat.

A picture of a pair of New Balance 452 trainers in a white, blue and orange colourway. Available at ASOS | ASOS Style Feed

New Balance 452 trainers, £60


We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: New 👏 Balance 👏 is 👏 the 👏 king 👏 of 👏 dad 👏 trainers. And here, we have another shining example of why we are right: the New Balance 452. Just look at it – it’s chunky, it’s brightly coloured, and, even now, Dads everywhere are nodding silently in agreement at just how practical and comfortable they look. It’s everything you want for a normcore update. Like many of NB’s most cherished models, the 452 takes its look from 90s runners, updated with NB’s new Abzorb tech in that gloriously chunky sole.

A picture of the adidas Originals Niteball trainers in a black and honey colourway. Available at ASOS | ASOS Style Feed

adidas Originals Niteball trainers, £89.95

If you’re after yet more chunky-sole action, let us introduce you to the newest member of the adidas Originals family: the Niteball. Following on from the success of the Falcon and Ozweego models, the Niteball is big on sole status, and takes styling cues from retro basketball kicks. Everything about the new design is high impact, from the super-thick 3-Stripe strapping to the overblown, comfy AF sole. If you’re after a futuristic statement-sneaker update, the Niteball is the one.

A picture of a pair of Reebok EVZN trainers in a chalk, green and black colourway. Available at ASOS | ASOS Style Feed

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Reebok EVZN trainers, £64.95

Arguably the leaders in super-wearable kicks – courtesy of models like the Classic Leather and the Club C – we’re psyched to see Reebok releasing more future-forward drops like the EVZN. Combining a retro colourway with a reworked lacing system and an exaggerated sole (plus, that all-important Vector branding to each side) the EVZN’s manage to sit perfectly with both retro and streetwear-inspired looks. Whether that’s dad jeans and an oversized sweat, or cargo trousers and a utility gilet, The EVZN's are real all-rounders.