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With the month of May coming to an end, we welcome the summer by introducing you to what would be the essential trainers for the season. The H. team brings you a list of the hottest sneakers of the moment, from the classics to the latest collaborations. 

Adidas Originals Response CL x Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny makes a splash with his eclectic style and expressive fluidity. The adidas Response CL Bad Bunny follows in his footsteps by redefining a 2000s running design for today. It’s designed to help you get the most out of your outdoor moments of relaxation.

Asics Gel-Kayano 14

The Gel Kayano 14 has gone down in Asics history for being the first silhouette in its family (the Kayano) to be designed by a new designer other than its creator (yes, Toshikazu Kayano). Hidenori Yamashita continued the series by taking inspiration from the model’s own history, going back to the year 2000.

Salomon XT-6

A Salomon flagship, the XT-6 is both a technical choice for athletes and a symbol of responsibility for today’s climate-conscious. With the desire and aspiration to do better, the shoe has been developed using recycled materials.

Prada America’s Cup x Cass

The brand relaunches its iconic Prada America’s Cup shoes, first created for the Luna Rossa team in 1997, this time with the intervention of artist Cassius Hirs. The shoes feature Cass’s aesthetic in full with fluorine colour gradients and a paint-stained look.

Reebok Club C 85 Vintage

Taking inspiration from an 80s tennis court classic, the Reebok Club C 85 Vintage trainer is a classic from the sports brand. The sneaker comes with a leather upper for a timeless style that goes with everything. EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning.

Adidas Forum Low

The adidas Forum burst onto the scene in 1984 and won hearts on the court and in the music world. This version combines 80s aesthetics, explosive basketball energy and the classic X-shaped side gusset to create a low-top design that’s made for the streets.

Comme Des Garçons Black Eagle x Nike

The OG was described as Nike’s lightest silhouette. Comme Des Garçons brings back this model from the 1980s in an all-black colourway. The classic white Nike labels on the tongue, a thin rubber sole and the CDG logo on the heel tab complete the trainer.

New Balance BBW550 WA

The basketball legend is back. The return of the 550 pays homage to the original 1989 model that marked an entire generation. Originally worn by the pros of the sport in the 80s and 90s, the new 550 is a simple, clean-lined model that stays true to its legacy.

Adidas Samba Vegan

After triumphing on the field of play, the adidas Samba left its mark on stages and streets around the world. Today it is updated with a more sustainable future in mind. Made from synthetic leather, this legend eliminates animal-derived materials. Its silhouette is identical to the original model.

Nike Dunk Low

Originally designed for basketball players, the Nike Dunk Low sneakers are extremely durable thanks to their rubber sole and mix of real leather and synthetic. For an understated, retro look that will dazzle, choose this iconic pair of trainers from the ’90s.

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