Adidas Stan Smith Gore-Tex Shoes

Thought you’d see the death of the white sneaker come winter? Not a chance. Adidas has just served up this summer’s hottest tennis shoe in a Gore-Tex build. Along with the leather upper, perforated three-stripes and rubber cupsole, the new invisible lining makes the Stan Smith fully waterproof and weather-resistant, so you can keep hitting a style ace come rain or shine.

Available at Adidas, priced £99.95.

Puma Disc Blaze x Kickslab Desert Storm

Tokyo-based sneaker spot Kickslab is continuing its run of cop-worthy collabs, this time updating the iconic Puma Disc Blaze. With inspiration enlisted from the uniforms of desert troops, the 90s shape gains roughed-up suede uppers in an ivory cream colourway, alongside a mesh toe box, black accents and Puma’s Trinomial cushioning technology.

Available 5 November at Hanon, priced £109.

Reebok Instapump Fury OG x Winiche x Mita

The flight jacket continues to be a failsafe outerwear choice each season, so it makes sense to apply the same G.I. Joe styling to sneakers. Reebok has teamed up with legendary Japanese boutique Mita and online streetwear retailer Winiche & Co for a footwear three-way that sees the Instapump Fury OG rendered in an MA-1-inspired green and orange wool.

Available 5 November at Hanon, priced £119.

Asics Gel-Lyte V 30 Years Of Gel

Not all running shoes are created equal, as Asics proved 30 years ago with the introduction of its unique cushioning technology. To mark the milestone, the brand has given its most memorable Gel-enhanced styles a new look with mesh and leather uppers in black, accented with hits of bright blue.

Available 5 November at Size?, priced £109.

New Balance M770RBB

New Balance is heading back to the age of power suits and high-top fades by re-releasing one of its most sought-after designs from the 1980s. The made-in-England 770 was one of New Balance’s most popular sneakers at the time and the true-to-form reissue holds on to the original suede-and-mesh burgundy colourway.

Available 5 November at Hanon, priced £109.

Nike LunarEpic Flyknit Shield

Banking on using rain as an excuse to get out of running for the next six months? Bad news, Nike has created a new all-weather version of the Lunarepic Flyknit Shield. Along with using a durable, water-repellent yarn for the same foot-hugging fit, the technical trainer has an internal bootie to keep feet warm and dry and a laser-cut outsole inspired by car tyres to maximise traction.

Available at Nike, priced £160.

Clarks Trigenic Flex Black Nubuck

Clarks is a British institution but the brand is all just about sensible shoes right? Wrong. The new Trigenic Flex concept combines authentic moccasin construction with the latest in sneaker technology. As well as durable nubuck uppers, a three-part decoupled Vibram sole unit allows the sleek contemporary style to move in sync with the foot’s natural motion.

Available at End, priced £99.

Merrell 1six8 Lace

Authentic retro sneakers are great for style, not so much for comfort. Luckily hiking boot specialist Merrell has hit the middle ground with the 1six8: an old-school-looking kick it believes can be worn all week (168 hours, if you didn’t spot that) thanks to its contoured footbed, high rebound EVA midsole and breathable mesh lining.

Available at Office, priced £79.99.

Acne Studios Adrian Sneakers

Acne Studios’ Adrian sneakers once again exemplify the ultra-modern minimalism the Stockholm-based brand is famed for. Crafted in Italy from supple calf leather, the sleek forward-looking take on the classic tennis shoe is finished with dark high-shine uppers that don’t need polish to be maintained.

Available at End, priced £279.