Supreme & Nike Present a $500 USD Air Max 95 in This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Along with a new Kendrick Lamar x Nike React Element 55, SNS and adidas’s 20th anniversary capsule and more.

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Although we’re in the intermittent period between Halloween and Thanksgiving, all of the footwear world’s heavy-hitters are keeping the pre-holiday chill away with a generous handful of hot releases. However, before we take a deep dive into this week’s best drops, let’s take a look at some of the biggest headlines in the world of footwear from the past seven days.

Production methods were front and center, with the ever-outspoken Kanye West stating that he wants to bring Yeezy production home to the US by 2021 during an interview with Zane Lowe. Awards were given out as well, with the Dr. Martens 1460 being named 2019’s “Shoe Of The Year.”

Elsewhere, we also ranked the top 10 sneakers for Halloween 2019, gave a closer look at Nike’s GORE-TEX equipped Air Force 1 silhouettes, saw Virgil Abloh announce region-exclusive releases for the Louis Vuitton LV 408, got a peek at a new ASICS x atmos x Sean Wotherspoon collaboration and watched Nike officially present Travis Scott’s Nike Air Force 1 Low “Cactus Jack.”

Last but not least, as winter’s cold clutches are beginning to take hold over most of the United States, we saw a proliferation of new boots or boot-like designs. THE NORTH FACE PURPLE LABEL and Dr. Martens unveiled two premium suede boots; HOKA ONE ONE brought back their popular TOR ULTRA HI 2 WP in muted earth tones; 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi and Salomon dropped rugged high-cut hikers; and nonnative brought premium tan tones to an in-line boot as well.

Now that the majority of last week’s news is out of the way, we can dive right in to this week’s releases, so you can take a look at what’s en route from your favorite footwear brands. Take a look at the full list below, and let us know what you’re looking forward to the most.

Kendrick Lamar x Nike React Element 55 “Multi-Platinum”

Release Date: November 5
Release Price: $150 USD
Where to Buy: Select Nike stockists and Nike.com
Why You Should Cop: The latest in K-Dot’s collaborative Nike line, this Element 55 comes with a graphical upgrade that looks like fine marble. Considering his massive fanbase, these will go quick.

adidas Originals “GORE-TEX”

Release Date: November 5
Release Price: $140-180 USD
Where to Buy: SNS
Why You Should Cop: Following a Stan Smith, adidas reworks its classics, old and new, with resilient GORE-TEX material; if you’re privy to rocking one of models on the regular, then you’ll want a GT version for the winter season.

OBJ x Nike Air Max 720 “Young King of the Night”

Release Date: November 5
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: Select Nike stockists and Nike.com
Why You Should Cop: OBJ and the Brown’s may not be having the year we all expected, or hoped, but the superstar wide receiver has been making more and more splashes in the footwear world. This week his Air Max 270 will see a versatile black iteration, great as an everyday sneaker.

Supreme x Nike Air Max 95 Lux

Release Date: November 7
Release Price: $500 USD
Where to Buy: Supreme New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Paris and supremenewyork.com
Why You Should Cop: Super luxe Italian leather and a $500 USD price-tag; these will be a “flex” sneaker for years to come.

Pendleton x Air Jordan 8 & Air Force 1 “N7”

Release Date: November 7
Release Price: $120-200 USD
Where to Buy: Select Nike stockists and Nike.com
Why You Should Cop: Pendleton wool just looks good where it’s applied, even on the AJ8. Best of all, proceeds to this pack will help support the indigenous people of North America as part of Nike’s N7 program.

Reebok Zig Kinetica Concept_Type 1

Release Date: November 8
Release Price: $180 USD
Where to Buy: Select Reebok stockists and Reebok.com
Why You Should Cop: Reebok’s longstanding Zig sole tech receives an updated take for 2019, and while the price is a bit hefty, the Kinetica Concept_Type 1 should be a welcomed addition to your rotation.

Olivia Kim x Nike “No Cover” Collection

Release Date: November 8
Release Price: $120-190 USD
Where to Buy: Select Nike stockists and Nike.com
Why You Should Cop: Releasing exclusively for the ladies, Olivia Kim represented hard for our female sneakerheads: pony hair AJ4s, corduroy Forces, zebra Footscapes and more.

Sneakersnstuff x adidas Consortium “20th Anniversary”

Release Date: November 9
Release Price: $70-300 USD
Where to Buy: SNS Stockholm, Paris, London, Berlin New York locations and Sneakersnstuff.com
Why You Should Cop: SNS continues its 20th anniversary celebration, this time with the help of adidas. The standouts here is a duo of ZX4000 4Ds in an always fan-favorite sunrise/sunset theme.

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