The 5 Coolest Trainers on Shopomo This Week

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

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 inside knowledge and tasteful recommendations you can rock the cleanest, meanest sneakers whatever you budget or style is.

  • Trigenic Flex Shoes
    Trigenic Flex Shoes

    Price: £100.00

    Brand:Clarks Originals

    Well respected British heritage shoemakers Clarks Originals are better known for hard bottom footwear but also like to dabble in more active pairs every now and again.

    Here the Trigenic Flex pairs a classic Clarks moccasin silhouette with flexible black suede uppers. The shoes feature flat lace-up fastening, tonal stitching surrounds the shoe and a tan leather tab to provide contrast completes the Trigenic at the heel.

    A sleek blacked-out look makes this pair versatile and being a Clarks creation, it’s quality you can trust.

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  • Flyknit Racer - University Red & Black
    Flyknit Racer - University Red & Black

    Price: £129.00


    Nike have recently been criticised for a lack of innovation. At least the pace at which they release some shiny new tech has slowed down.

    The Flyknit range however stands as their latest offering to the footwear world. By knitting a shoe from a single material rather than sticking various components together, you get a jaw-droppingly light shoe with a truly unique aesthetic.

    This University Red & Black colour scheme is one of the best colourways the Flyknit has seen yet.

    Shop women’s Nike Flyknit Racer

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  • Gazelle - Super Purple
    Gazelle - Super Purple

    Price: £75.00


    A timeless model from a company known for its iconic silhouettes.

    These women’s exclusives (sorry guys!) come in a vibrant super purple colourway and feature vintage suede uppers which resemble scales, a textured rubber outsole and of course the serrated 3-Stripe branding on the sides.

    A mellow model that stays true to its 1991 predecessor.

    Shop men’s Adidas Gazelle

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  • Armour Charged Bandit 2 - Pink/Black
    Armour Charged Bandit 2 - Pink/Black

    Price: £55.00

    Brand:Under Armour

    You may not have heard of Under Armour but a brand good enough for the likes of Anthony Joshua and Steph Curry is good enough for us!

    The Charged Bandit 2 is a model that fuses eye catching looks with superb build. The upper is both lightweight and breathable. A seamless internal heel cup allows for a greater and snug fit and UA’s signature Moulded Micro G® footbed provides cushioning to the soles upon every step you take. It’s no wonder these are rated so highly, with Run Repeat ranking the Charged Bandit 2 as the number 1 Under Armour shoe.

    This Pink/Black colourway has been especially popular with women while men have a host of colour schemes they can enjoy too.

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  • Air Zoom Spiridon QS - White & Wolf Grey
    Air Zoom Spiridon QS - White & Wolf Grey

    Price: £70.00


    When it comes to taking old models and reintroducing them with updated materials and colours, Nike are masters.

    A cult classic of the 90s, the Spiridon never reached the heights of the Air Max 1 in popularity nor saw the underground appeal of the Air Max 90. However, it’s technical yet simple looks carved it out as one of Nike’s more desirable running shoes. Brought back in 2016, this Spiridon is lightweight and streamlined, feature responsive Zoom cushioning for comfort and support and sport reflective panels for visibility.

    If you’re after these you’ll have to be quick, at half price at Oki-Ni the Spiridon won’t be here for long!

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