The Off-White™ x Nike Air Presto Returns in All-White for This Week's Footwear Drops

Plus a trio of adidas POD S3.1, new Nike and Jordan Brand models.

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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.

Nike Air Skylon II “White/Grand Purple” & ‘White/Court Purple-Solar Red”

Release Date:  July 30
Release Price: $100 USD, available via select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

Nike turns back the clock to 1990 as the Air Skylon II makes a return. Resting atop soft phylon foam, the rather simple silhouette will be delivered in “White/Grand Purple” and “White/Court Purple-Solar Red” color options. The Swoosh’s nostalgic Nike Air branding is added to the heel with an Air Skylon II stamped on each lateral side’s heel to complete the throwback look.

Air Jordan 13 “He Got Game”

Nike

Release Date:  August 1
Release Price: $190 USD, available via select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike SNKRS

Popularly known for its appearance in the iconic basketball film starring Ray Allen and Denzel Washington, the Tinker Hatfield-design boasts contrasting white and black with the addition of red accents throughout. Tumbled leather makes up the majority of the upper with the model’s signature hologram jewel logo returning to the heel.

Nike Kobe AD NXT 360 “Multi-Color”

Nike

Release Date: August 1
Release Price: $200 USD,available via select Nike Basketball retailers

Kobe Bryant‘s new performance model is presented in a new “Multi-Color” edition. The Nike Kobe AD NXT 360 sees a flexible Flyknit upper with an orange accent on its heel, and a translucent outsole. Its toe and midfoot areas see white as a mix of colors make their way to the sneaker’s heel.

adidas Crazy BYW II

adidas

Release Date:  August 1
Release Price: $140 USD, available via select adidas retailers and adidas.com

adidas quickly turns around a sequel to its Crazy BYW model. Aptly dubbed the Crazy BYW II, the forthcoming installment sees a low cut mesh upper that rests atop the cult-favorite BOOST sole. Influenced by adidas’ Feet Your Wear concept from the ’90s, you’ll find BOOST midsole pods that adapt to your foot’s movement.

Nike Kyrie 4 “Laser Fuchsia”

Nike

Release Date: August 1
Release Price: $120 USD available via select Nike Basketball retailers

As we patiently await the Cereal Pack launch, Nike Basketball has cooked up an attention-commanding Nike’s Kyrie 4 “Laser-Fuchsia” colorway, adding a hypnotic pattern to its upper and speckles to the heels. Black serves as the base for the upper’s engineered mesh and midsole with shades of purple and blue to complement.

Nike Moon Racer

Release Date: August 2
Release Price:  $150 USD, available via select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

Nike‘s new Moon Racer model makes its first landing this week. Taking design cues from the Swoosh’s original Moon Shoe, it’s supported by a React midsole, while featuring a moon graphic on its sockliner. Large Swoosh logos are added to the lateral and medial sides with old school heel tabs incorporated as an homage to the aforementioned blueprint.

Air Jordan Black Cat ‘Black/Varsity Red-White”

Nike

Release Date:  August 2
Release Price: N/A, available via select Jordan Brand retailers

This upcoming drop is inspired by the original Air Jordan 13 release from 1997 and boasts the notable “Bred” color scheme. The design’s ankle entry is cut lower than the original AJ13, while adding a strap across its midfoot with “23” branding. In addition, you’ll find an added tab to complement the heel’s returning hologram logo.

adidas POD-S3.1

Release Date:  August 2
Release Price: $120-$130 USD, available via select adidas retailers and adidas.com

The Three Stripes provides another update to aa EQT-inspired silhouette with BOOST cushioning. The mid-cut adidas Originals POD-S3.1 sees a knit upper with white returning to the aforementioned BOOST sole. Complementary accents are found on its shank area in addition to its lacing system and heel.

COMME des GARÇONS x Nike ACG Mowabb

Release Date:  August 3
Release Price: $200 USD (approximately), available via CDG and Dover Street Market locations (wider release to come later this Summer)

Continuing its working relationship with Nike, the powerhouse collaboration utilizes tonal white and black colorways to highlight the construction of the ’90s trail-inspired ACG Mowabb. The exaggerated and perforated panel upper is supported by a neoprene bootie inner offering structure to the shoe, while a Nike-branded heel counter, solid chunky midsole, and the usual “acg” ankle branding has been playfully replaced by the letters “cdg.”

Off-White™ x Nike Air Presto “White”

Nike

Release Date: August 3
Release Price: $160 USD, available via select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

The next Off-White™ x Nike Air Presto colorway continues the DIY sensibility that the current Louis Vuitton Artistic Director established with his first “The Ten” collection. A tonal midfoot cage  is met with a red zip tie, while contrasting “AIR” text hits at the heel, red stitching on the tongue, and an orange Swoosh at the midfoot.

Nike Air Max 95 “ERDL Party” Pack

Release Date: August 4
Release Price: $190 USD each, available via select Nike Sportswear retailers and Nike SNKRS

The Nike Air Max 95’s paneled-construction receives five different colorways while the tongues and heel tabs also get a different hue. Followers will have their choice of a white or black based pair, both constructed with leather and mesh materials. Dubbed ERDL, this special duo receives its name from the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Laboratory’s camo design that was developed in 1940’s.

John Elliott x Nike LeBron Icon

Nike

Release Date:  August 4
Release Price: $250 USD, available via select Nike retailers and JohnElliott.com

The upcoming drop from John Elliott and LeBron James sports a white translucent upper decorated with dynamic black stripe detailing. Branding on the shoe comes in the form of mini Swooshes at the toe area, Nike Sportswear motifs at the tongue and co-branded insoles, while a full-length Air Max midsole and an icy outsole serve as a nod to the LeBron 8, Elliott’s favorite Nike LeBron model.

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