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Trends come and go (obviously we know that because we’re in the business of reporting it). However, there’s one trend that has still got some life in it yet and that’s the whole white sneaker vibe. Because everything goes with white sneakers (seriously try it).

Foot Locker Europe’s Triple White collection is available online and in store now and consists of a fresh set of kicks spanning retro adidas, Nike classics and the Swoosh’s newest silhouette: the Kwazi. Combining the look of Air Yeezy 2 with classic Huarache tech and the basketball-inspired aesthetics of the Roshe, the Kwazi is the latest sneaker to join the Nike roster. Joining the Kwazi is the classic chunky Air Max 90, the legendary Air Force 1 Low and the subtly updated Huarache silhouette for 2016: the Air Huarache Ultra.

From the side of the Three Stripes, we take a trip back down to turn-of-the-Millenium steez with the ultra-techy Climacool. As the name suggests, the sneaker keeps you and your feet chill with ventilated lateral and medial flanks in the upper along with a perforated sole unit. A sneaker with standout old-school aesthetics and one of the best kicks released so far this year (in our books).

Finally, the knit trend shows no sign of slowing down with both adidas and Nike showcasing a strong set of kicks. The Swoosh goes all out on colorways with an ultra-vibrant, fresh drop of the Air Max 1 Ultra Flyknit, worked in strong deep blue, solid red, highlighter yellow or vivid green. Using Nike’s revolutionary Flyknit tech on the upper, the kick also features the “no-sew” seamless overlay and forefoot flex grooves designed to ease movement.

From a true Nike classic to an insanely popular kick of today, Foot Locker Europe is also stocking the new premium adidas Ultra Boosts in the brand new “Navy Gold” colorway.

The guys are prepping their European servers and stores as we speak, so stay woke and head to Foot Locker Europe now or find your nearest store to cop your style, unless of course you like reading ‘sold out’ signs.

Stay locked on to Foot Locker Europe’s ‘gram for all the latest and upcoming drops at @footlockereu.

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