BH Approved: The Best Sneaker Releases From November 2022
— 2 December 2022

BH Approved: The Best Sneaker Releases From November 2022

— 2 December 2022
Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon

Keeping an eye on the freshest shoe releases is a part of the gig at the Boss Hunting office. From the cleanest kicks on the block to the fastest runners on the track, and everything in between – we’ve got you covered. So if you want to stay across the best of what’s out there, here are the BH team’s favourite sneaker releases from November 2022.

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Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe White

Best Sneaker Releases November 2022

According to StockX, searches for Tom Sachs were up 1008% YoY in 2022 and the NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe collaboration is the reason behind his surge in popularity. After dropping two colourways so far, the Sachs and NikeCraft are back at it with a third crispy white version that looks a treat. With green and yellow highlights that stand out against the white upper sections and black outsole, there’s no way this new colourway won’t sell out.

Nicole McLaughlin x Reebok Club C Geo Mid

With a tremendously enthusiastic Instagram following and the title of first-ever Arc’teryx design ambassador, Nicole McLaughlin is an excellent collaborator for Reebok’s latest Club C Geo Mid. The technically focused sneaker features grid-patterned nylon uppers with pockets integrated around the heel that was inspired by those found on hiking backpacks, a look that is complimented by the elevated and rugged sole unit design.

Casablanca Atlantis Sneaker

Casablanca Atlantis sneaker

The Casablanca hype train isn’t slowing down anytime soon and the launch of its debut Atlantis Sneaker that delivers a wave-like midsole motif inspired by the ancient lost city of its namesake. Following a number of successful collaborations using New Balance’s XC-72 silhouette, this new sneaker is quintessentially Casablanca as it blends the very best of sporty design codes and luxurious materials.

Salehe Bembury x Moncler Sneaker

Just like Tom Sachs, Salehe Bembury has also had a very good year, with the good folks at StockX reporting a 204% YoY increase in the number of sneakerheads searching his name, following the release of his collaboration with Crocs that StockX customers spent US$3 million (AU$4.3 million) on in 2022. The footwear designer has just announced his upcoming partnership with Moncler, which he offered a teasing look at during the recent Los Angeles Lakers vs. Indiana Pacers game where we can see a fusion of his fingerprint motif and the technical outdoors style of Moncler’s hiking boots. We can’t wait for these.

Ronnie Fieg x Asics EX89 Low-Top

Asics EX89

Kith’s Ronnie Fieg has linked with Asics to reimagine the classic 1988 EX89 Low-Top, offered in a trio of colourways that reflect Fieg’s New York Knicks, where he’s the first-ever Creative Director of the NBA team. With orange, silver and blue tones dominating the respective colourways, it’s a fitting collaboration to be the first reissue of the EX89 Low-Top silhouette that is relatively unassuming until you notice the embossed Kith logo on the tongue.

Packer x Reebok Club C 85

Reebok isn’t slowing down as we approach the end of the year, instead doubling down on its ever-popular Club C silhouette with a collaboration with the New Jersey-based retailer Packer. The shades-of-white and maroon colourway is a study in less is more, delivering a minimalist white sneaker that looks better the closer up you see them.

The Basement x New Balance 2002R

Last, but not least is a collaboration between New Balance and the folks at London creative studio The Basement, marking the third colourway of their partnership that uses the 2002R sneaker as its canvas. The first two “Earth Brown” and “Moss Green” colourways were popular, but this latest “Stone Grey” version might be the hottest yet, boasting waterproof suede and blacked-out textured rubber soles. This is easily one of New Balance’s hardest collaborations of the year.

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Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon is the Editor of Boss Hunting, joining the team after working as the Deputy Editor of luxury watch magazine Time+Tide. He has a passion for watches, with other interests across style, sports and more. Get in touch at nick (at)


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