A growing player in terms of serious athletics trainers, ON’s new Cloudflow is probably their best yet.
The sleek and stylish design is combined with some sensible design features such as the tongue, which stays in the middle of the shoe plus secure lightweight lacing.
As you’d expect, they’re also exceptionally light but the USP of the Cloudfloware the CloudTec pockets of air which line the outsole for extreme cushioning and balance.
If you’re a devotee to a particular brand and want to move away from the more established names, then the Cloudflow is the perfect trainer to try something different.
Nike’s athletic wear is designed to keep you cool in the hottest conditions, but the inverse is also true and the winter collection is a reminder there are few ways to stay warm this time of the year better than the Swoosh.
For men, the Sportswear Modern Parka is perfect for sealing in your body heat to insulate you from the chill. It also has a sleek, minimalist style that is hard to beat.
Women, meanwhile, can opt for the Sportswear Tech Fleece, which is both lightweight and designed to keep you toasty.
Colours include ember glow, purple shade, seaweed, coastal blue and more.
PRICE: Dh549 for Sportswear Tech Fleece and Dh1,149 for Sportswear Modern Parka
We take a look at the latest sporting releases across books, films, games and apps as well as some other classics that you should be looking to buy.
Do you already have these in your collection or want to add them?
Don’t Take Me Home: On Tour With the Red Wall
Where to buy: Amazon
Euro 2016 will forever be a huge part of Welsh football history and this book tells the story of France, Bale, Belgium and semi-final heartbreak from a fans’ standpoint.
The Secret Footballer’s Guide to the Modern Game
Where to buy: Kinokuniya
Now a bona fide franchise in terms of football writing, the anonymous author delves into the tactical trends of modern times, explaining why they work…and don’t work.
XV Beyond the Tryline
Where to buy: Amazon
A documentary for rugby afficiandos and those wanting to understand more about the game. With contributions from Jonny Wilkinson, Dan Carter and Prince Harry who all outline just what makes it such a special sport.
Wired: A Season Inside the NBA
Where to buy: Amazon Prime
The title is slightly misleading as it’s more than one season that’s covered but this still makes for a fascinating insight. Focusing mainly what goes on off-court, at training and just before games. It’s a must-see for basketball lovers.
Mark Morris Infinite Air
Where to buy: Amazon Hits the slopes this winter with this snowboarding sim which offers genuinely awesome graphics and impressive realism, plus a host of different terrains, characters and methods of gameplay.
Where to buy: iTunes/Play Store
With the transfer window nearly upon us, if you want to keep up to date with the latest comings and goings in the Premier League and Europe, plus plenty of rumours this is probably the app for you.