Supreme's Bogo-Stamped Air Force 1 Lows Arrive In This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Alongside the AJ3 “Valor Blue,” a new collaborative drop from RHUDE x PUMA, and another Kawhi x New Balance pack.

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This week of releases is a bit of a quiet one as brands begin to prep for the change in seasons, from winter to spring. However, before we dive into our favorite upcoming drops, let’s recap the last seven days in news.

Travis Scott’s first ever Nike SB collaborative sneaker stole headlines all last week, from a surprise release on the artist’s website, to a limited drop at skateshops around the globe. Currently, the Dunk Low “Cactus Jack” is reselling for over $1,000 USD, and that’s with the regular, rainbow-colored Quickstrike box, while the special-edition paisley box version is going for double.

Scott’s longtime friend and collaborator Virgil Abloh also made some noise last week, when he revealed an Off-White™ x Air Jordan 4 at his brand’s Fall/Winter 2020 runway presentation. First seen last year at the designer’s “Figures of Speech” exhibition at MCA Chicago, this DIY-inspired AJ4 is rumored to be a women’s exclusive and may release later this year.

Elsewhere, we got a look at the next YEEZY BOOST 380 release in a “Mist” color scheme, while Kanye’s collaborative parter adidas revealed a James Bond UltraBOOST 20. Moreover, CDG unveiled a fraying Nike Waffle Racer 2, while OVO and Clarks delivered a neon-hued Wallabee collection. Lastly, we also got word that the anticipated Maison Margiela x Reebok Instapump Fury Tabi will release later this year in September.

On an industry level, Nike announced that it lost upwards of $17 billion USD in market valuation due to the effects of the coronavirus, while the Tokyo Olympic committee is considering canceling this year’s Summer Olympics altogether, which will of course have a major impact on footwear and sportswear brands around the globe. On a lighter note, we spoke to world-famous gamer Ninja about his adidas partnership.

Now that we’re all caught up, let’s go ahead and dive into this week’s most dashing drops. Get all the details you need below, and for a full list of releases be sure to peep our Drops page when you’re finished.

Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Release Date: March 5 (March 7 in Japan)
Release Price: $96 USD
Where to Buy: Supreme stores and supremenewyork.com
Why You Should Cop: What’s more summer in New York than a pair of classic white Uptowns? Well, to answer our own question, a pair with a Supreme box logo at the heel. Although they’ll be stocked indefinitely at Supreme, we can imagine they won’t sit long of shelves.

New Balance “Sunset” Pack

Release Date: March 5
Release Price: N/A
Where to Buy: NewBalance.com and select New Balance stockists
Why You Should Cop: Inspired by Kawhi’s work ethic and late night training, this sunsetting pack sure is an eye-pleaser. The red-to-yellow gradient uppers look fantastic against the black base, and with three very different models available, there’s got to be at least one that’s for you.

Air Jordan 2 WMNS “Multi-Color”

Release Date: March 5
Release Price: $190 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS, Foot Locker and select Jordan Brand stockists
Why You Should Cop: There hasn’t been an AJ2 quite like this, with its asymmetrical color-blocking where no side of either sneaker is the same. Whether you’re a fan of this model, among the few that are, or you’re looking for a vibrant pair of kicks, this drop deserves your attention.

adidas Originals City Series “Hamburg”

Release Date: March 6
Release Price: £109 GBP (approximately $140 USD)
Where to Buy: End. Clothing and select adidas Originals stockists
Why You Should Cop: You’ll be looking to cop this pair if: you’re collecting pairs for the “City Series”; you’re in need of a sneaker that shouts out the German city of Hamburg; or you need a clean, retro-styled pair of blue suede kicks.

Nike LeBron 7 “Fairfax”

Release Date: March 6
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS, Foot Locker and select Nike stockists
Why You Should Cop: Originally gifted to the players of Fairfax High School in 2009, this LeBron 7 PE will now release to the masses. And being that this menacing colorway is applied to one of Bron’s best performing models, this pair is equally at home on the streets as it is on the hardwood.

RHUDE x PUMA

Release Date: March 7
Release Price: N/A
Where to Buy:  PUMA.com and select PUMA stockists
Why You Should Cop: PUMA’s premier collaborator, RHUDE, is back with another collection of footwear that uses a selection of neutral hues and hairy suedes. Rhuigi sure knows how to elevate PUMA’s silhouettes, so if you’re a fan of either brands, this pack has one or even three must-cops.

Air Jordan 3 “Valor Blue”

Release Date: March 7
Release Price: $190 USD
Where to Buy:  SNKRS, Foot Locker and select Jordan Brand stockists
Why You Should Cop: Previously a player-exclusive for UNC’s football team, this AJ3 is now available to all Jordan Brand lovers. The only difference however is that the “UNC” embroidered tongue is replace by a fan-neutral Jumpman logo. No doubt, this’ll be a go-to shoe for the summer ahead.

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