Exclusives Style 5 April 2022

GRM Exclusive: Take A Look At The ‘Top Tier Trainers’ Dropping This April

5 April 2022

Welcome back to our Top Tier Trainers guide, our breakdown of the freshest creps dropping every month!

Despite the current rainy and cloudy weather, spring is finally here and if you’re looking to brighten up your wardrobe in time for summer, there are a lot of colourful trainers to pick from this April.

This month we’ve got collabs, restocks and classic kicks which will all match your bright fits this season.

Take in the Top Tier Trainers dropping this April below!

8th April – Off-White x Nike Blazer Low White
Off-White x Nike Blazer Low White University Red DH7863-100 Side

Admittedly these won’t be for everyone but if you’re a fan of ‘out there’ fashion statements then these will definitely be up your street. Designed by the late, legend Virgil Abloh after exploring Nike’s archives, this collaborative shoe between Off-White and Nike is inspired by the sports brand’s iconic basketball, skateboarding and trail running shoes.

The most striking feature on the show is the black, yellow and blue TPU heel piece which draws inspiration from the Air Terra Humara’s classic heel shape. Other standout features include the yellow overlace, the red swoosh and the distinctive Off-White tab in white, which all come together to make a very colourful trainer.

9th April – Air Jordan 1 High Heritage White Red
Air Jordan 1 High Heritage White Red front

With the ‘Chicago’ Air Jordan 1 being the first pair of Js worn by Michael Jordan himself in 1985, it’s safe to say university red, black and white are important colours to the Jordan brand. Now those colours have been combined in a way like never before to create the AJ1 ‘Heritage’.

These trainers feature a lot more white than the aforementioned ‘Chicago’ Jordan 1s, making for a bright pair of kicks to rock in the upcoming sunny months.

14th April – Nike Air Max 95 Cobblestone Iron Ore
Nike Air Max 95 Cobblestone Iron Ore DV2218-001 front

If you’re looking to keep your wardrobe pretty neural this spring then these Cobblestone Iron Ore Air Max 95s – or 110s if you’re old school – are ones for you. With its grey and stone upper and its white midsole and grey outsole, these trainers are a testament to the ‘less is more’ statement. The toecap and mudguard come in a suede finish so hopefully the weather brightens up so the lucky buyers of these can get a few wears without ruining them in the rain.

14th April – Nike Dunk Low Next Nature White Mint
Nike Dunk Low Next Nature White Mint DN1431-102 | SneakerNews.com

The next drop from Nike’s Dunk Low Next Nature series are the White Mints! The upper is partly crafted with recycled materials which makes this trainer a fitting addition for Nike’s eco-friendly Move To Zero collection.

The two-tone trainer stays true to its title and simply comes dressed in white and mint, making for a shoe which aligns with the refreshing feels of spring.

April 18th – Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Geode
Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN 'Geode' | GOAT

First debuted back in December as a Yeezy Supply exclusive, the Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Geodes are set to make a return with a wider release this April . In typical MNVN style, these Yeezys come with black accents which contrast nicely with the lilac uppers which and the silver ‘700’s on the outsides.

TBC – Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove
Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove AQ4832 Side

As one of the first ever releases from Kanye West’s Adidas sub-label, the Yeezy Boost 350 Turtle Dove is considered as one of the most iconic trainers from the brand and they’re expected to be re-released this month!

Just like they did when they dropped back in 2015, the re-issued Turtle Dove’s will feature ‘Blue Grey’ primeknit uppers, weaved laces, red stitching on the heel tabs and the white BOOST sole pieces.

If you missed out on these in 2015, now’s the time to try your luck again.