Sneakerheads are bombarded with news of upcoming releases on a daily basis. To save you some time from searching each and every site and leak account, we've taken it upon ourselves to sift through the onslaught and bring you a few noteworthy kicks that have captured our attention.
Today, we've learned that Salomon's anticipated recyclable runner, the Index.01, is finally here. We first saw the innovative sneaker — that is three-plus years in the making — last fall, but now you can go ahead and secure your pair.
In other news, Nike is revitalizing one of its iconic running sneakers from the early 2000s, while also releasing a low-top iteration of the "Silver Toe" Air Jordan 1. In keeping with the '00s theme, Reebok is set to deliver the “Why Not Us?” Question mid, which is a nod to Allen Iverson's MVP performance in the 2001 NBA All-Star Game.
Read on to get the latest info about the Salomon Index.01 and more.
Release Date: Available now
Where to Buy: Retailers like HAVEN
Editor’s Notes: After debuting the shoe in September of last year, Salomon has released its long-awaited runner, the Index.01. The Index.01 is a performance running sneaker that is designed to be recycled, featuring a recycled polyester upper, TPU bottom unit, and molded sock liner made from recycled EVA foam. At the end of the shoe's life cycle, the insole is to be removed, while the upper and bottom portion are separated from one another. The polyester upper can then be reused to create new fabric, and the bottom unit can be recycled to make Salomon ski boots.
Nike Air Presto "Sunrise"
Release Date: March 12
Where to Buy: Nike SNKRS
Editor’s Notes: Nike is celebrating the 21st anniversary of the Presto by releasing a new gradient colorway, referred to as "Sunrise." Undeniably innovative at the time of inception, the Presto was designed as a performance runner and marketed as a T-shirt for your feet. The upcoming pair features a multicolored mesh upper with a complementary blue midfoot cage and heel clip. Below you will find a white EVA foam midsole and predominantly blue rubber outsole.
Craig Green x adidas ZX 2K Phormar
Release Date: March 22
Where to Buy: adidas
Editor’s Notes: Craig Green's collapsible adidas ZX sneaker will soon be available in a string of new colorways. The ZX 2K Phormar, as it's called, incorporates tension cords on the nylon upper, the brand's patented Boost midsole cushioning, synthetic stretch lining, and bungee laces, all coming together to deliver a futuristic design of which Green has become known for.
Reebok Question Mid “Why Not Us?”
Release Date: March 6
Where to Buy: Reebok and select retailers
Editor’s Notes: Allen Iverson undoubtedly had many memorable moments throughout his decorated NBA career. Reebok is remembering one such instance with the “Why Not Us?” Question Mid. The white and black colorway pays homage to A.I.'s 2001 NBA All-Star Game MVP honor, when he led an undersized Eastern Conference squad back from 19 down to win the contest. After the game, Iverson touched on the comeback by stating, “Everybody was saying we couldn’t win because of our size. It’s about the size of your heart. Coming into the fourth quarter, we were all sitting on the sideline saying ‘Why not us?’.”
Air Jordan 1 Low "Silver Toe"
Release Date: TBC
Where to Buy: Retailers like Naked
Editor’s Notes: If you missed out on the recent release of the "Silver Toe" Air Jordan 1, you're in luck. A subsequent low-top iteration of the sneaker is on the way. The Air Jordan 1 Low "Silver Toe" pairs metallic silver paneling with black leather across the upper and a white midsole below. The customary Swoosh branding appears on the side of the shoe, while the Jumpman logo emerges on the tongue, and the ball and wings insignia covers the heel.
To stay updated on everything happening in the sneaker world, follow @highsnobietysneakers on Instagram, check out the best sneakers to add to your rotation this week, and sign up to our newsletter for the latest sneaker news sent straight to your inbox.