The best sneakers now in the market – A Complete guide to the weekend releases:
For all those who are looking forward to the upcoming releases of the sneakers, here is a complete list of the brands along with their most-anticipated releases which hit the market this weekend.
Nike Kyrie 3 “Black Ice”
The Kyrie 3 “Black Ice” released on June 15 would cost you $120 and is now available at your nearest selected retailers in addition to all the company outlets of Nike. The basic design and color combination of the edition is same as those of the earlier versions with the black texture of the upper surface, white colored midsoles and there are multicolored strips on the outsoles. These will match with any dad baseball cap.
WKND x Nike SB Blazer Mid
An ultimate collaboration of Nike SB and LA brand WKND brought to you one of the most-awaited product on June 15 for only $90. You can now grab your pair from the Nike SNKRS or other selected retailer. The design is simple but unique with white leather upper and a delicate embroidered swoosh. The collaboration with WKND has been acknowledged by a mention of the brand on the tongue of sneakers whereas the midsoles and outsoles are all colored white.
Adidas Ultra Boost Cleat Pack
The Adidas fans can now have their favorite pair of sneakers for $180 from the Adidas outlets and other selected retailers from June 15 and onwards. The Ultra Boost Cleat was revealed at the start of 2017. However, now the Three Stripes introduced its Black and White collection. Unlike the original Ultra Boosts, the Boost technology appears on this latest version.
A wide variety of colored Adidas Campus hit the market on June 15 in a very reasonable price bracket of $90. You can now choose from your favorite colors which include Grey, Bold, Aqua, Black, Solar Pink and many more.
2 Chainz x Ewing Athletics 33 Hi
The rapper from Atlanta, 2 Chainz has again collaborated with Ewing Athletics for yet another 33 Hi after their success earlier this year. This time they are aunting the black and white combination with 90 percent white shoes having black ankles and heels. The midsoles feature blackish white effect. The team of Ewing and 2Chainz has been mentioned on the embroidered heels.
Nike PG1 “Elements”
The $110 PGI “Elements” by Nike was released on this Friday June 16 and is selling successfully at the Nike SNKRS and other authorized dealers. The upper of the sneakers is characterized by the olive green hairy suede with a midsole colored off-white having black speckles. Similarly, the black color is highlighted on Swoosh, sockline and the outsoles. The amazing color combination is enhanced by the small touches of orange all over the show.
Palace x Adidas Palace Indoor
On the June 16, there came a collaborated product by Palace from London and Adidas pricing at $130. Since there is a new store opening in New York City, The Palace x Adidas Palace Indoor is available in a variety of color combinations like blue/yellow/black, and grey/yellow/vibrant/gum.
Air Jordan IV “Motorsport Alternate”
You are not in style if you don’t pair these sneakers with drop crotch mens pants. On the Saturday morning, The Jordan Brand commemorate the earlier version of Jordan IV “Motorsport which was exclusively designed for Michael Jordan’s motorbike back in 2006. The Air Jordan IV characterizes the premium black leather surface with the traces of dull silver and whites.
Just Don x Air Jordan II “Arctic Orange”
A bit expensive ($500) but surely a worthy choice for men hit the RSVP Gallery and some other selected retailers, this Friday June 16. Yes! It is none other than the “Arctic Jordan II” by Just Don and Air Jordan as a collaborative product.
Pigalle x NikeLab Collection
On June 19, the Pigalle x NikeLab Air Shake NDestrukt, will be released for $60. The tweed-like material is featured in the product. The midsoles are white while the outsole follows the typical sneaker style. Besides the sneakers, Pigalle and NikeLab are also teaming up for the Benassi Duo Ultra Slide to be retailed at $200 of almost the same design.
Author: Amber Hina is a freelance writer deeply interested in fashion and well-being. When she is not writing, she is doing yoga.