With the gradual lifting of the MCO 2.0 in most of the states and the permission for the reopening of fitness and sporting centres under strict standard operating procedures (SOPs), many people have been seen getting back into their regular fitness routine like gymming, running, jogging or yoga.
Regular exercise is essential to keep our body healthy and fit, especially during this pandemic period, but it’s also important to have the right gear so you can make the most of your sport of choice and reduce the risk of injury. If you’re looking for a pair of sneakers to step up your fitness game, here are some newly launched sneakers that perform as well as they look.
Under Armour Project Rock 3 Training Shoes
Under Armour’s Project Rock 3 Training Shoes (RM629) is a performance-oriented gear that was built to deliver strategic support, tailored for medium-support activities like cycling, weight training and boxing. Available in both men’s and women’s designs, these gear is empowered with UA HOVR™ technology to provide ‘zero gravity feel’ to maintain energy return that helps eliminate impact. Furthermore, the sleek and sporty design of the UA Project Rock 3 Training Shoes will easily catch everyone’s eyes!
ASICS GEL-QUANTUM 180™ &
TARTHER™ BLAST Sneakers
The all-new ASICS GEL-QUANTUM 180™ (RM479) is not only a performance running shoes but also engineered for everyday wear. Available in men’s and women’s designs, the GEL-QUANTUM 180™ is geared up with 180 degrees of GEL™ technology cushioning that provides comfortable wear, and the aesthetic developments on the upper has been revamping with a series of angular lines to add more dimension to the design.
The TARTHER™ BLAST (RM449) binds the heritage of the TARTHER™ racing shoe with the tooling using FLYTEFOAM™ Blast technology in the midsole. The upper is reminiscent of the TARTHER™ signature racing design made famous by marathon runners in the 80’s. The designer combined the TARTHER™ and the FLYTEFOAM™ Blast technology to creates a futuristic technological feeling.
PUMA Running Sneakers:
Deviate, Velocity, Liberate, and Eternity
Created for an effortless run, the new PUMA Running range has been introduced in four new key styles – Deviate, Velocity, Liberate, and Eternity – all featuring its cutting-edge supercritical foam technology, NITRO, which makes the shoes extremely lightweight and responsive. The new PUMA Running sneakers also include specially engineered designs for female runners including a brand-new women’s last developed for the female foot in all four styles.
adidas ULTRABOOST 21
Designed for the running community, the new adidas ULTRABOOST 21 (RM779) is updated with the re-designation of the shoe’s torsion system as well as the new adidas LEP (‘Linear Energy Push’) that provides a 15% increase in forefoot bending stiffness for a more responsive stride. This works alongside adidas’ proprietary midsole BOOST technology, which packs in 6% more BOOST through an exaggerated heel curve, providing runners with incredible energy return and comfort in every step.
Nike Air Max Spring 2021 Collection:
Air Max 2090 EOI, Air Max Viva and VaporMax Evo
Nike Air Max has been popular among all ages since its debut in the 80s – well known for its consistently trendy looks with best-in-class performance innovation. Nike has upgraded the collection and introduces three key designs for the Air Max spring 2021 collection – the Air Max 2090 EOI, the Air Max Viva and the VaporMax Evo.
The Air Max 2090 EOI (“Evolution of Icons”) (RM659) is inspired by subtle detailing from Air Max’s legendary family tree, like the Air Max 90, Air Max 180 and the Air Max BW. The hybrid is part of the season’s larger EOI Pack, which includes variations of the Air Max 270 React EOI and the Air Max Zephyr EOI. A second, later EOI pack features the Air Max 90 SE EOI, the Air Max 95 EOI, the Air Max Plus SE EOI and more.
The Air Max Viva (RM589) builds on iterative development of women’s specific Air Max models. It includes a Cushlon midsole and an exaggerated Air Max Unit in the heel. The leather, closed mesh and nubuck detailing is complemented by two laces for styling, a speckled midsole and a two-tone rubber outsole.
The VaporMax Evo (RM859) is a bolder exploration of VaporMax style, but at a closer look, the silhouette creatively fuses details inspired by classic models like the Air Max 90, Air Max 93 and the Air Max Plus. Inside the box is an accordion-style booklet describing the lineage of the shoes that inspire the colorways, the Evolution of Air Max logos and more.
All the above newly launched sneakers can be found at the respective brands’ outlets and/or their online platforms.