The 5 Coolest Trainers Found on Shopomo This Week

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Footwear fanatics gather round, we've searched Shopomo's huge catalogue of the latest & greatest trainers to bring you 5 of the best on the site this week!

Whether you’re the athletic type or just athletic looking, everyone needs a pair of trainers. It’s easy to get lost in the sea of releases that grace us every month and you could easily drown trying to keep up with everything. Not to worry though, with our insider knowledge and tasteful recommendations you can rock the cleanest, meanest sneakers whatever your budget or style is!

  • Superga 2750 Cotu Classic
    Superga 2750 Cotu Classic

    Price: £50.00

    Retailer:All Soles

    With Spring around the corner you’ll need a go to pair of trainers for everyday use. It’s not quite summer yet so it’s not quite time to whip out the bright colours. However as we move away from winter, you won’t need such heavy duty pairs. These Superga 2750 sit perfectly in the middle.

    Featuring a simple canvas and cotton upper with a vulcanised sole the pair is lightweight, durable and breathable. When we talk about timeless models Converses and Vans are always mentioned, however these Supergas are just as versatile and iconic as some of the best.

    Shop Now on All Soles
  • New Balance 999
    New Balance 999 "Pigment & powder"

    Price: £90.00

    Retailer:New Balance

    One of New Balance’s standout pairs, the 999 owes much of its acclaim to its thick sole made with Azorb technology. This premium edition uses a suede and cow leather upper and sees the New Balance logo embroidered at the heel and sewn onto both sides. The pair also features reflective accents on both sides for enhanced visibility. A feature packed technical running shoe that’s comfy and well made, it’s easy to see how its made its way into the lifestyle sections of many retailers.

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  • Reebok Club C
    Reebok Club C "Nude Pink"

    Price: £65.00

    Retailer:ASOS

    Reebok are on a mission to bring back their iconic models in 2017 and the Club C seems to be leading the way. Born in 1985, this retro tennis silhouette is making its comeback in some very strong colourways.

    This minimalistic sneaker boasts a leather upper for protection from the elements and perforated detailing along its seams. The chunky skateboard shoe-like toebox and sole make for a very comfortable shoe. If you’re asking us though, the best part is that nude pink colourway. Cool, casual yet striking, what’s not to love about that?

    Shop Now on ASOS
  • ASICS Gel-Respector
    ASICS Gel-Respector "Carbon"

    Price: £94.99

    Retailer:Tower London

    Although not as immediately eye-catching as some of Asics’ more abstract models the Gel-Respector still enjoys the same tech that makes the likes of the Gel-Lyte III great.

    This retro runner boasts a monochromatic grey suede upper with Asics’ trademark ‘tiger stripe’ motif on the side. They also feature a padded ankle for extra support but the real magic is in the midsole. Crafted from moulded E.V.A. the midsole is cushioned giving it a unique fit.

    Completed by its lace up fastening and chunky grip outsole this is a shoe versatile enough to get you through a day of walking, running or even just chilling out.

    Shop Now on Tower London
  • Nike Presto Fly
    Nike Presto Fly "Oatmeal"

    Price: £75.00

    Retailer:Nike

    A remake of the 2000 original, the Nike Presto Fly brings t-shirt-like snugness to your feet. A re-engineered upper features an even more breathable, incredibly supple upper. Removing the moulded foot cage from this Presto gives you all the convenience of a slip-on shoe without compromising the support the Presto is famous for. That’s thanks to the reactive mesh build that shapes itself to your feet and its every move.

    We love this tonal Oatmeal colourway which is exclusively for women but men can enjoy this unisex silhouette in a number of colour schemes too.

    Shop Now on Nike UK

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