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Our Fashion Team are here to *serve*, picking out the very best sneaker drops of the month so you don't have to. We've got basketball-inspired realness from Jordan, chunky kicks from Asics and 90s nostalgia by the bucketload from Nike and Vans <3 Get scrolling! 👟✨
Nike Jordan OG in purple and yellow

Jordan AJ1 Hi OG trainers, £164.95

It's the Jumpman's sneaker of choice. That's probs all we need to say about this style. Like, the basketball legend Michael Jordan wore these, so why aren't you adding to bag? We'd recommend teaming these with some wide-cut cargo shorts – the kind Timmy C loves wearing.

adidas Originals Handball Spezial gum sole trainers in blue and peach

adidas Originals Handball Spezial gum sole trainers, £85


These beauts have been around since 1979. adidas originally made them for professional handball players (hence the name), but they became the sneaker of choice for football fans in the 90s – AKA the golden days of terrace-inspired style 😎

Asics Gel-NYC chunky trainers

Asics Gel-NYC chunky trainers, £145

*CHUNKY KLAXON SOUNDS* Calling all Asics fanatics! Your fave just dropped these larger-than-life legends, giving its Gel Nimbus of the early 00s a 2023 twist. These won't be here for long... 🛒

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Vans Knu Skool chunky trainers, £75

There's no school like the Knu Skool. The masters of skate-inspired style are back with a vibe that mixes Vans' ever-popular Old Skool sneaks with a puffed-up tongue and oversized side stripe. They're giving 90s skate vid, and we're jumping on the hype immediately 🛹

Nike Air Max 95 trainers

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Nike Air Max 90 trainers, £134.95

Another 90s style updated for 2023 – but this time from Nike. ASOS HQ loves an Air Max 90, but the reason they've made it into August's edition of best new sneaks? The pastel highlights. Consider the summer sneaker top spot filled.