Week after week, sneaker brands–known and unknown–release new models, colorways, collaborations and retros to continue the stirring of sneaker culture’s melting pot. The competition has risen over the years with the introduction of new technology and the use of celebrity influencers, thus presenting an even larger variety of selections for sneakerheads and casual shoppers alike.
To ease your anxiety, and pockets, our weekly drop list showcases releases from your favorite brands, curating the most hyped sneakers and strongest silhouettes/colorway combinations that should not be missed. Take a look at the list below and let us know what launches you’re looking forward to.
Air Jordan 1 “Not For Resale”
Jordan Brand lays out a creative challenge to the sneaker community with this Air Jordan 1. The new “Not For Resale” iteration in a ”Sail/Black-Varsity Red” colorway sees “No Photos” printed on the heel in addition to “Not For Resale” on the midsoles. You’ll also find “Wear Me” and “Crease Me” on the tongues and toeboxes respectively.
Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS Shirt x Nike Air Force 1
Release Date: November 8
Release Price: $165 USD, available via select Nike Sportswear retailers in addition to Supreme‘s NY, Brooklyn, LA, London and Paris locations. Japan will see a later release date on November 10.
The missing piece to the Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS Shirt collection is finally arriving. The duo’s special rendition of the Nike Air Force 1 features a contrasting black and white colorway throughout with its Swoosh logo split down the middle and shifted on its plane. Lastly, collaborative branding is stamped on the heel in white.
Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic” Pack
Nike’s Air Max 97 welcomes more metallic finishes in three new color choices. Just above each full length Air Max unit you’ll find a metallic mudguard in silver or gold, while the silhouettes mesh upper is done in black, gold or white. The model’s minimal branding appears in red on each side, tongue and heel.
UNDEFEATED x adidas FW18 Footwear Collection
UNDEFEATED‘s footwear collection alongside adidas includes the UltraBOOST in two colorways, the PureBOOST LTD, PureBOOST RBL, adizero Adios 3 and adizero XTBOOST. All silhouettes share a greyscale color scheme with multi-textile uppers, printed details, translucent TPU accents and co-branded markings. BOOST cushioning is placed within each midsole, bringing superior comfort to the unique designs.
Air Jordan 4 WMNS “Fire Red”
The newest Air Jordan 4 women’s iteration incorporates an all-red upper that’s contrasted by an old-school gum outsole. Subtle black details are added to the heel, tongue and wing tips, while the upper shares an elaborate hidden pattern in white. The underlying design can be seen through normal wear-and-tear or by being scratched off.
Air Jordan 3 “Air Trainer 1”
The Air Jordan 3 “Air Trainer 1” follows the Air Jordan 10 “Huarache Light.” The Nike Sportswear-inspired colorway includes a mix of light smoke grey, chlorophyll, black, white and sail throughout its original construction. The signature elephant print makes a comeback to the heel and around the toe, while Jumpman insignias hit the tongues and heels.
Diamond Supply Co. x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro
Diamond Supply Co. and Nike SB are back with a brand new Dunk Low Pro. A sequel to 2005’s “Tiffany,” this iteration features a removable velcro Swoosh and secret branding under the heel patch. The collaborative design is completed by a crocodile construction.