Sneaker drop: April 2019

Every great look starts from the feet up, which is why Furthermore created a monthly sneaker roundup. Curated by footwear aficionado Ray Polanco Jr., this guide will narrow down the best of sportswear and luxury brands alike. Here, what those in-the-know will be lining up for (physically and virtually) this April.

Dior Oblique "B24" Sneaker

Dior is a brand to watch with British menswear designer Kim Jones recently at the helm. This sneaker is a perfect example of the streetwear direction he’s leading the legacy fashion house towards. Dress it up with trousers or down in athletic-wear. Contact a Dior advisor for availability.


Nike Air Max 2 Light Atmos

Japanese retailer atmos brings the ‘90s vibe to the Nike Air Max 2 Light. A variety of bright colors and oversized logos dress up the limited-edition retro sneaker which is sure to make people look twice. Get them now via StockX.


Balenciaga Green Triple S Clear Sole

The makers of the most popular chunky shoe found a new way to shock the world. Dressed in a fully neon green colorway, the Balenciaga Triple S makes over-the-top fashionable. Every sneaker rotation needs a major flex and this is definitely it. Grab yours now via SSENSE.


Reebok InstaPump Fury 25th Anniversary

Obscure sneakers have been trending over the past few years, but Reebok is proving they were ahead of the wave with the reintroduction of the InstaPump Fury. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the pump featured on the tongue of this sneaker is fully functional—it adds air for a more snug fit. Grab your pair on April 5th.


Nike Blazer Mid Vintage ‘77 “Neutral”

“Following January’s trio of color-accented pairs, the Blazer Mid ’77 Vintage returns with a black swoosh and a gum sole. The lucid green Blazer ’77 has been one of my most worn shoes of early 2019, and it only gets better with age. If you don’t own a pair yet, this desaturated colorway is a must-add to your collection.” –Cody Templet

Coming soon. Check the SNKRS app for updates.



Cody Templet is a social media marketing entrepreneur, covering sneaker releases, restocks, and news on Twitter with @seventwelveco. Connect with him via his personal Instagram: @codytemplet.


Ray Polanco Jr. is a Bronx native and LA-based digital storyteller, brand consultant, and mentor to young creatives. He’s worked with artists such as Nas, Kendrick Lamar, and Skrillex and companies including Nike, adidas, and Converse. Keep up with his adventures on Instagram: @RayPolancoJr.
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