List of Hype Sneakers This Weekend! Check Out Now
1. Nike Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit Racer Pack
Nike continues to oversee the return of the Air Zoom Mariah Flyknit model. The OG shape has been revamped for 2017 and it’s the kind of subtle upgrades fans of the brand love to see. This time it’s back in a variety of colorways that are suitable for those who aren’t fans of white sneakers.
2. Thomas Campbell x Nike SB Dunk High Pro
If you’re a fan of colorful sneakers, you’ll be a fan of these. Nike SB has been focusing on relaunching the Dunk model, which has saw a jump and then slight fall in popularity. The bright shoe is ideal for those who want to make a statement.
3. Footpatrol x Converse One Star “Jewels of Soho”
Converse has teamed up with Footpatrol to create this capsule collection. Consisting of a pair of One Star and a coach jacket, the collaboration takes inspiration from the area where Footpatrol’s store is based.
4. Asics GEL-Lyte OG “Blue and Gold”
ASICS celebrates its 30th birthday in subdued fashion, quietly releasing this GEL-Lyte OG in a blue and gold colorway. The affordable price tag means that, like always for the ASICS, it’s designed for you to wear everyday.
5. Karhu x Sneakersnstuff “Aria”
Karhu are a classic brand – and the Kanye endorsement didn’t hurt either. This time it teams up with Sneakersnstuff to rework the brand’s classic “Aria” shape. The light blue colorway means its an ideal shoe for the warmer months.
6. Nike Air Jordan 1″Quai 54″
Jordan Brand continues to work with French streetball torunament Quai 54. This time the two entities have reworked the Air Jordan 1 in a subtle black suede with blue accents. Aside from the colorway, the main point of difference here is tournament’s logo replacing the Jumpman.
7. Adidas Originals EQT Support 93/17 “Core Black” and “Wonder Pink”
Adidas Originals continues to release colorways of the EQT Support model and, this time, it comes in a mainstay colorway of “core black” and one that’s slightly bolder in “wonder pink.” The version you choose will vary depending on your style.
8. Nike Air Vapormax “City Tribes”
Nike continue to release the Vapormax in limited numbers and this week sees the “City Tribes” model get released. The subdued colorway means the shoe will work well for those who want to wear it now or during the fall months.
9. Thomas Campbell x Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski
The second colorful Nike SB model is this Thomas Campbell collab. The artist put his unique spin on the model, creating something that’s both affordable and special.
10. Air Jordan Spiz’ike OG “Black/Cement”
This week Air Jordan releases the classic Spiz’ike model in a “black cement” colorway. The clean colorway is one for those who like their Jordans with minimal frills or fuss.