UK retailer size? has unveiled a wide slate of exclusive sneaker drops for April, ranging from Easter Bunny-inspired silhouettes to further additions to its “City Series” and more. New Balance, adidas, Reebok and PUMA have all contributed fresh styles for the transition into spring, and each pair tells its own interesting story.
Leading things off is the New Balance 327, a new ’70s-inspired lifestyle sneaker made of suede and nylon. It’s presented in red, yellow and mint green plus red, purple and tan — two recognizable color schemes pulled from the size? archive. Next up is the adidas Originals Cordoba, dressed in rich purple and classic gum. The second of six releases in the size? “City Series,” the “Cordoba” brings its namesake Spanish town together with its twin city of Manchester.
Reebok’s GL6000 appears in an interesting “Factory Mix-Up” makeup of tan, gray and blue. Its intentionally inside-out design aims to represent what a shoe would look like if the factory that manufactured it read its construction brief backwards. Last but not least, the PUMA Style Rider appears in a natural-toned, Easter Bunny-inspired colorway. Although it may appear simple apart from its furry overlays at first glance, the thin fabric base and white Formstripe can both be scratched or torn away to reveal a hidden print.
All four of these exclusive styles will release on the size? webstore and at size? various retail locations over the course of April. Exact release dates and prices have yet to be announced.