Kanye & Ibn Go Toe-To-Toe With MJ & LeBron in This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Alongside collabs from OBJ & Nike, Bodega & New Balance, Helly Hansen & PUMA, and White Mountaineering & adidas.

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Another Monday brings another week of footwear drops, and boy, is this week stacked. But, before we dive into what’s to come, let’s take a moment to recap the previous week in news.

Last week brought a number of teasers to sneakers that have still yet to be officially announced, most notably Cactus Plant Flea Market’s Air Force 1 as revealed by A$AP Rocky, as well as another look at Virgil’s take on the Nike Dunk “UNLV” and its odd lacing system. And speaking of Mr. Abloh, leakers unveiled the release date for the long-anticipated Off-White™ x Nike Waffle Racer SP pack, which is now slated for late October.

We also got a look at Pigalle’s forthcoming Converse pack, Kith and Ronnie Fieg’s latest ASICS collab, and the never-before-seen adidas YEEZY 500 “Stone.” And for the older sneakerheads, FILA announced that it’s brining back Grant Hill’s iconic GH2 sneaker.

Elsewhere, we investigated Foot Locker’s new Greenhouse Incubator initiative, which is aimed at vastly improving how the retailer interacts with its customers. And finally, The RealReal delivered a list of the nine most valuable kicks right now — hint: you won’t have to go too far back in the future for this one.

Now, with last week behind us and a new week ahead of us, we present the latest installment of our weekly footwear drops list, showcasing what’s to come from your favorite footwear brands. Take a look at the list below and let us know what releases you’re looking forward to in the comments section below. Happy coppin’!

adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Citrin”

Release Date: September 23
Release Price: $220 USD
Where to Buy: adidas.com, YEEZYSUPPLY.com and select adidas stockists
Why You Should Cop: This one is available in a full run of family sizes, so you and you mini-you can swag it out together.

Nike Air Max 97 “Atmosphere Grey”

Release Date: Septmber 25
Release Price: $170 USD
Where to Buy: Nike.com and select Nike retailers
Why You Should Cop: N64 vibes, anyone?

Air Jordan 34 “Blue Void”

Release Date: September 25
Release Price: $180 USD
Where to Buy: Nike.com and select Nike stockists
Why You Should Cop: In need of a new pair of hooping kicks with the latest technology? Look no further than these ultra-lightweight kicks, because Jordan Brand never disappoints when it comes to performance.

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals Nite Jogger Pack

Release Date: September 26
Release Price: $160 USD
Where to Buy: adidas.com and select adidas stockists
Why You Should Cop: We’re a bit surprised there haven’t been more collaborative takes on the Nite Jogger. So if you share the same sentiments, you don’t want to let these go by.

Ibn Jasper x Converse Pro Leather “Floating Stripe”

Release Date: September 26
Release Price: $120 USD
Where to Buy: Converse.com and select Converse stockists
Why You Should Cop: It’s been a long time coming, but renowned barber Ibn Jasper finally has his first big sneaker collab, and one that takes inspiration from Michael Jordan’s idol, Julius “Dr. J” Erving.

Nike Air Max 90 “Electric Green”

Release Date: September 26
Release Price: $160
Where to Buy: Nike.com, Noirfonce and select Nike stockists
Why You Should Cop: Snakeskin, premium suede, an “Electric Green” glow-in-the-dark sole; this is a Halloween sneaker.

adidas Originals Streetball Pack

Release Date: September 26
Release Price: $110 USD
Where to Buy: adidas.com and select adidas stockists
Why You Should Cop: After a limited-run release back in August, the iconic Streetball silhouette is finally here, and hopefully for good.

Nike Air Max 95 & 200 “Expressive Denim” Pack

Release Date: September 26
Release Price: $140-180 USD
Where to Buy: Nike.com and select Nike retailers
Why You Should Cop: It’s jean jacket weather, so here’s some kicks to really complete the Canadian tuxedo look.

Helly Hansen x PUMA Pack

Release Date: September 26
Release Price: N/A
Where to Buy: PUMA.com, HellyHansen.com and select PUMA stockists
Why You Should Cop: Correct us if we’re wrong, but this is Helly Hansen’s first-ever collab with a major shoe brand, and needless to say they nailed it.

Nike OBJ Joyride Flyknit Pack

Release Date: September 27
Release Price: $200
Where to Buy: Nike.com and select Nike stockists
Why You Should Cop: OBJ and the Browns need all the support they can get.

OAMC x adidas Originals Type O-1 Pack

Release Date: September 27
Release Price: $280 USD
Where to Buy: The “Off-White” and “Flesh” colorways will release at adidas.com and select adidas stockists, while “Medical Green” will release exclusively at OAMC’s webstore and UNION.
Why You Should Cop: Pay homage to the Pacific Nortwest in style.

Nike LeBron 17 “Future Air”

Release Date: September 27
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: Nike.com and select Nike stockists
Why You Should Cop: Like the AJ34 above, if you’re in need of some new basketball kicks, but want something that’s a bit sturdier and more explosive, LBJ has you covered yet again.

Ben-G x Nike SB Dunk Low

Release Date: September 28
Release Price: €100 EUR (approximately $110 USD)
Where to Buy: Via an online raffle held until September 24, with a release set for September 28.
Why You Should Cop: Fat tongues and all-over Checks. Yes, please.

adidas Originals “Solar Red” Pack

Release Date: September 28
Release Price: $120-$180 USD
Where to Buy: adidas.com and select adidas stockists
Why You Should Cop: Big cosmonaut vibes, here, whether or not adidas was going for it.

adidas YEEZY BOOST 700 V2 “Hospital Blue”

Release Date: September 28
Release Price: $300 USD
Where to Buy: adidas.com, YEEZYSUPPLY.com and select adidas stockists
Why You Should Cop: Another everday shoe from Ye, just not at an everyday shoe price.

Air Jordan 1 High “First Class”

Release Date: September 28
Release Price: $160 USD
Where to Buy: Nike.com and select Nike stockists
Why You Should Cop: Relive the excitement of receiving a Nike package every time you wear these beauties.

Bodega x New Balance 997S “No Bad Days”

Release Date: September 28
Release Price: $160 USD
Where to Buy: Bodega.com and Bodega’s Boston and Los Angeles locations
Why You Should Cop: There truly won’t be any bad days when you’re wearing this perfectly-colored 997S.

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