Adidas Seeulater OG

Having a name that reads like text speak should be clue enough that the Adidas Seeulater is a true nineties throwback. The oddball blast from the past, which blends sneaker styling with hiking boot features such as a rugged outsole and sock-like ankle support system, has returned in two of its OG colourways.

Available from October 21 at Hanon, priced £99.

Common Projects Original Achilles Low-Top Sneakers

Common Projects still set the standard when it comes to pared-back sneakers. But they don’t come cheap, so ruining a fresh white pair by dragging them through winter would be a very expensive sin. Wise up and swap them out for the NYC-based footwear label’s new darker colourways, such as khaki.

Available at Harrods, priced £255.

Asics Gel-Lyte V Tartufo Pack

Truffle season is upon us, so Asics has sniffed out inspiration from the elusive mushrooms known as “diamonds of the kitchen” for its latest drop. Based on Tartufo fungi, the brand’s Gel-Lyte V runner has been reworked with ostrich-textured leather and brushed suede in two earthy colourways.

Available from October 22 at End, price tbc.

Nike Air Force 1 Pony Fur Pack

It may not be Christmas just yet, but it’s never to early to ask for a pony (or at least some pony hair kicks). Keeping things in the animal kingdom, along with the tactile upper Nike has pulled on the rare rainbow-coloured Gouldian Finch bird to wrap the Air Force 1 in a kaleidoscope of colours. If David Attenborough wore sneakers…

Available from October 21 at Nike, priced £95.

Converse Chuck II Dark Side Of The Moon

As well as being the title of one of the greatest albums of all time, the dark side of the moon is also the theme of Converse’s new Chuck II high-top. Built for the afterhours, the sneaker takes its cues from the strange happenings that occur during a full moon, with a digital print, werewolf graphic on the footbed and glow-in-the-dark outsole.

Available at Converse, priced £90.

Supreme x Vans Sk8-Hi Pro

If there are two things Supreme does well, it’s collaborations and skateboarding gear. So is there much point us suggesting an orderly queue for the cult brand’s latest tie-up with Vans? The collaboration celebrates the classic checkerboard pattern with souped-up versions of the Sk8-Hi Pro and Authentic Pro, now with added UltraCush HD sockliner and board-ready vulcanized outsole.

Available at Supreme, 2-3 Peter St, London W1F 0AA, priced £.

New Balance M1500BY Made In England

Flimby’s finest is at it again. Produced in the Cumbrian Lake District, the New Balance 1500 is making a comeback in one of its most popular colourways ever produced. Long sought out by collectors, black and yellow premium suede with leather detailing is finished off, as always, with the brand’s trademark ENCAP midsole.

Available at End, priced £125.

Ylati Footwear Amalfi Low 2.0

Despite being the product of three generations of traditional Italian craftsmanship, it’s Ylati’s futuristic-looking sneakers which have won it a fan base that includes Craig David, Jay Sean and Rudimental. Handmade in Naples from the finest laser-cut leather, a 2.0 version of brand’s best-selling Amalfi Low model gains a glossy ombre outsole and removable technical insole.

Available at Ylati, priced £195.

Atmos X Puma Disc Blaze Night Jungle

Go for a walk on the wild side with the latest collaboration between Puma and Japanese sneaker retailer Atmos. The pair’s version of the iconic disc blaze takes the wearer to the tropical jungle with the shoe’s black laceless cage construction offset by a stealthy camo print across the suede toe box and hits of emerald green along the sidewall, tongue and heel.

Available from October 22 at End, priced £89.