Last week’s selection of sneaker releases included the futuristic Jordan Apex-Utility, the Aleali May x Air Jordan 6, and a collaboration between MTV and PUMA, along with a few others. Then in footwear news, Nike unveiled the Zoom KD 12 and introduced a reinforced Kyrie 4 for Zion Williamson. Elsewhere, we delivered a closer look at Elon Musk’s custom Air Jordan 1 “Tesla,” which he sported during the Model Y reveal.
Now, with a new week ahead of us, we present the latest installment to our weekly drops list, showcasing what’s to come from your favorite footwear brands. Take a look at the list below and let us know what launches you’re looking forward to.
Procell x Nike Air Force 1 & Blazer Low Pack
Procell‘s take on the Nike’s Air Force 1 and Blazer Low arrive in a soft tan shade with tonal simplicity complementing the rough and textured muslin construction. This new colorway does away with the classic stitched-on tongue patch and opts instead for a painted on look, mirroring the Blazer’s sole unit. Lastly an embroidered NYC Swoosh graphic appears on each heel.
Jordan Proto-Max 720 “Gym Red”
Here, the Jordan Proto-Max 720‘s space travel-inspired design includes a lightweight ripstop upper that’s coated in “Gym Red.” You’ll also find a strap wrapping around each heel with black “JUMPMAN” and “000 23” branding to match the color of it laces and pull tabs.
Nike Air VaporMax 2019 “Throwback Future”
The Air VaporMax 2019 dons a semi-translucent upper over an internal lacing cage. The silhouette features a larger heel counter for added stability and a more secure lockdown. For this iteration the VaporMax outsole sees a blue to purple color gradient, matching the upper’s Swoosh and VaporMax logos.
Nike Shox TL
Trendy in the early 2000s, the Nike Shox TL showcases the Swoosh’s once-innovative Shox Technology, a mechanical cushioning system that debuted back in 1984. Along each upper you’ll find a breathable base-layer that’s complemented by a webbed overlay, akin to the Air Max Plus and the modern Air VaporMax Plus. Here, the model’s first general rerelease will see ”Total Orange,” “Triple Black” and “Speed Red” color options.
Supreme x Nike Air Max Tailwind IV
Release Date: March 21/March 23
Release Price: $190 USD/each, available online and in Supreme’s NY, Brooklyn, LA, London and Paris stores on March 21. Japan release will follow on March 23.
The Supreme x Nike Air Tailwind IV will be available in two colorways. Its black edition incorporates metallic-blue accents while the second colorway blends red bouclé panels with white leather overlays. Supreme and Nike branding comes in the form of debossing at the tongue, embroidered Swooshes, and printed co-branding at the heel and insole.
Game of Thrones x adidas UltraBOOST Pack
The Game of Thrones x adidas UltraBOOST collection features six takes on the lifestyle runner, with each one inspired by one of Westeros’ most important houses as well as the Targaryen’s Dragons, the White Walkers, the Night’s Watch and more. With the final season just a few weeks away, these are a must-have for serious GoT fans.
Nike Kyrie 5 “Oreo”
Continuing Nike‘s “Oreo” theme, the Kyrie 5‘s engineered mesh is covered in light grey with matching hued laces, tongue and sockliner. The cookie-inspired theme carries on with contrasting hits of black at the Swoosh logos, Flytrap-inspired lacing system, heel and outsole.
adidas YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 “Geode”
The adidas YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 “Geode” colorway features the same suede, mesh and leather upper seen on previous releases, however this time around it comes dressed in dark tones of grey and beige. The dark grey midsole sits atop a gum rubber outsole for added contrast.
Air Jordan 13 “Atmosphere Grey”
The Air Jordan 13 “Atmosphere Grey” welcomes dark and light shades of grey stacked atop a white, tumbled leather base. Additional touches of black are applied to the liner, outsole and tongue. To close things out, the AJ13’s signature hologram jewel returns to both heels with a mix of Michael Jordan’s legendary logos.