Sneaker drop: February 2019

This month’s roundup has a surprising addition: fashionable sandals.

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 February.


Rolo Tandeo Jr.

Rolo is a Bay Area-based photographer and sneaker historian whose career thrives off of his love for sports, footwear, and documenting culture. Instagram: @Dunksrnice.


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.

lv trainer sneaker boot

Virgil Abloh, newly appointed artistic director of Louis Vuitton Mens, sees his much-anticipated inaugural collection debut featuring this luxurious basketball sneaker. The Chicago native references one of Michael Jordan’s most popular colorways as an homage to the hometown idol. Whether you intend to collect or wear, shop the LV Trainer Sneaker Boot now in-store or online.
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john elliott x suicoke moto sandal

I know these aren’t sneakers, but they have just as much swag. Hear me out: Footwear diversity is the new trend in high fashion for 2019 and menswear designer John Elliott continuously teaming up with Suicoke is proof. Intended for functional outdoor use, the Moto Sandal has become a staple piece in closets of the most fashionable. Get your pair now.
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adidas originals lexicon

Receiving an early co-sign by actor and director Jonah Hill, the adidas Lexicon keeps you on trend with bulky vibes but thankfully goes away from the added weight that comes with the aesthetic. Jump into this new look on February 2.
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nike adapt bb

If Marty McFly was an NBA player, this is what his shoes would look like. Nike turns an auto-lacing sneaker concept from Back To The Future into reality in the form of a basketball shoe. Using an app on your phone, the self-lacing sneakers adapt to your foot to provide a seamless, locked-in feel. Buy your pair on February 17 via the Nike SNKRS app.
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air jordan 6 retro “black infrared”

Michael Jordan won his first NBA championship wearing the Black Infrared Air Jordan 6 thrusting the sneakers to instant icon status in 1991. Nearly thirty years later, the mid top with a pop of color and the coveted ‘Nike Air’ branding on its heel returns. Get this grail on February 16th via Nike SNKRS.
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