Five more 2018 Chinese New Year sneakers to shop.
Celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year with a selection from these 2018 Chinese New Year sneakers.
1) New Balance “Chinese New Year”
The New Balance “Chinese New Year” pack comprises both the 574S and 247 silhouettes. Following the theme of the myth of the fiery dog, the shoes will come in two colors, black and red.
The New Balance “Chinese New Year” is priced at S$129. The shoes are available at all New Balance Experience stores. Click here for store locations.
2) Air Jordan XXXII “Chinese New Year”
Just like the Air Jordan 6, these CNY themed AJ XXXIIs will feature subtle floral and firework motifs. The sneakers feature a red Jumpman Jordan logo and more pops of red and gold all over the shoe.
The Air Jordan XXXII “Chinese New Year” will be released in Singapore on Friday, February 9, at 9am (GMT+8). Click here for more information.
3) Timberland “Fortune in Full Bloom” Collection
Timberland has also released a range of Chinese New Year themed footwear to celebrate the festivities. The “Fortune in Full Bloom” collection sees the Timberland boot and chukka in light and dark brown colorways.
The Lunar New Year exclusives feature Oriental designs along its collar as well as metallic gold accents on its heel and tongue. Other aesthetics include red laces and a gold ornament with red tassels hanging on the sides of the shoes. Click here for more information.
4) Converse “Solar” and “Lunar” Packs
Converse will also commemorate the Year of the Dog with its “Solar” and “Lunar” packs. The “Solar” pack comprises the Converse One Star along with an abstract dog logo on its side. The “Lunar” pack features a premium suede upper in a bright blue and gray color.
Inspired by the legend of the Tiangou Eclipse, both the “Solar” and “Lunar” pack will also feature the phases of the moon.
5) Nike Kyrie 4 “Chinese New Year”
Nike rolls out another festive sneaker for the Lunar New Year. According to Hypebeast, the Nike Kyrie 4 “Chinese New Year” model will feature a red suede and mesh upper. Other details include floral motifs featuring traditional Chinese New Year flowers such as peonies and blossoms.
Will you cop any of these Chinese New Year 2018 Sneakers? Let us know which one is your pick in the comments below.
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