After the insane Polar Vortex we got to thinking, is it Spring yet? Perhaps wishful thinking in various part of the country but we’re going with it. We covered some of our favorite early Spring sneakers, including adidas Lexicon, A-COLD-WALL* x Nike Zoom Vomero, Sacai X Nike Blazer MID andS Sankuanz X Puma, last month. Here are the some more early Spring sneakers we have our eyes on to add to that list.
 Vans Old Skool Cap LX
The latest deconstructed Vans silhouette adds contemporary elements to ‘Old Skool’ favorite without ever losing it’s identify. For now these come in “marshmallow” with teal accents. Expect these to drop on March 1st at vans.
 adidas Consortium FYW S-97
If you were hoping the chunky dad shoe was going to go away, you might have to wait another year. First introduced in 1997, the FYW S-97 is getting an update including an Adiprene insert, Torsion bar-mesh underlays and deeper colors. Expect these to drop next week at adidas.
 HI-TEC HTS74
Reviving some of their iconic and bestselling 1980s sneakers, HI-TEC is back and can be seen in many designers Spring/Summer 2019 runway shows. Yet another further proof that the chunky dad shoe is going NO WHERE! Find these at HI-TEC for €180,00.
The New Balance 574 Sport V2
Here is a sneaker meant for those who love the vintage track suit. The 997H is a heritage-inspired, lightweight silhouette that you can wear all-day, everyday. These currently retail for $89.99 at New Balance.
 Nepenthes NY x Reebok Workout Plus
There is something about rough suede that just screams spring for us. Perhaps it is because it reminds us of terry cloth? And terry cloth reminds us for swimming? Whatever it is, we are digging these exclusive kicks that are now available at Nepenthes New York and Japan stores this week.
 New Balance 997
Created by New Balance’s Tokyo Design Studio, this minimalist silhouette is met with a chunky pastel heel that screams, “is it Easter yet?” Expect these to drop this week at New Balance.
 Overkill x adidas ZX 10.000 C
These 90s-inspired sneakers dubbed ‘I CAN IF I WANT’ come with an additional single shoe for you decide if you want to mix and match. Sure you can wear matching sneakers or you can wear two different color ways at the same time. Whatever you want. These release February 9th.
 Beams x adidas Yung-1
Arguably the most versatile of the ‘chunky sneaker’ trend the Yung-1 is getting another exclusive iteration. This time with Beams in a subtle but sexy charcoal. They are now available for preorder for $160 at Beams.
These two-tone Tyler, The Creator Converse scream Spring to us. Perhaps its the colorway. Or maybe the flower. Whatever it is, we dig them. Expect these to release soon at converse.
 BEAUTY & YOUTH x New Balance X-90
Noticing anything yet on this list? New Balance has really upped their game. The BEAUTY & YOUTH X-90’s bring all the elements of 90s nostalgia with the practicality of 2019. Find these at BEAUTY & YOUTH for $165.
 YEEZy BOOST 700 “Inertia”
We aren’t known to be the biggest fans of the Yeezy brand, however this color way is on fire. And they’re perfect for your Spring wardrobe. Expect these to hit typical Yeezy stock lists any day now.
 Nike Air Jordan VI Infrared
Not exclusively a “Spring” sneaker, but bare with us. These were so much part of our childhood. We still can hear ourselves begging our parents for these when they first dropped and we know we’re not alone. These will drop February 16th and retail for $200 at Nike.