This week, Jordan Brand delivers a grey colorway in the Jordan 1 and the Jordan 6, Nike crafts a yellow NikeCraft GPS adventurous sneaker, and the classic Cortez gets double the design with the new Cortez sacai Zoom. Find out which sneaker releases are the most popular, which are the most expensive, and which new Jordans, Nikes, and more are coming your way in this latest installment of The Drop List.
Best Sneaker This Week
Coming out the gates swinging, the Nike SB Dunk Low Phillies made its debut in early June of 2022. The sneaker pays homage to the famous Philadelphia baseball team. This was an instant crowd pleaser, whether you are a Phillies fan or not. This SB Dunk Low features the bold blue, red, and white colorway throughout. Smooth leather is featured on the base while the overlays are a rich suede. To complete the Philly-theme, you will find a Philly cheesesteak and Liberty Bell motif on the inner tongues of each sneaker.
Most Expensive Sneaker This Week
The Nike Dunk Low SP Chocolate is an honorably unique sneaker from Richard Mulder and the talented LA-based designers at Chocolate Skateboarders. The shoe’s art direction pays homage to Keenan Milton— the late legendary Chocolate Skateboarder who passed away in 2001. The sneaker last sold for a whopping $3550. A high price for a priceless sneaker.
Best Sneakers Releasing this Week
Rich in texture and sleek in style, the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Stealth embodies all things greatness. With its minimal yet fierce tone, this particular silhouette is one for the ages. The Stealth is dressed in a white smooth leather and base showing throughout the ankle and toe box. The Stealth grey colorway showcases on the toe cap, eyestay panel, ankle, and cupsole. The pure white adds versatility with a sleek hint of mystery peeking throughout.
To sum up its greatness, the quote “Quality inspired by the greatest player ever” displayed on the inner tongue adds a sweet touch to an already perfectly pure redefined court classic.
The Air Jordan 1 Stealth releases on Tuesday, August 30th for $170 on the SNKRS app and in select Jordan retailers.
You have a travel companion for life in the versatile NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe. It’s practical, it’s durable, it’s a design like no other thanks to the incomparable contemporary designer Tom Sachs. This crafted sneaker is designed to hit the streets and the trails for a city-to-adventure lifestyle. It’s designed for the rugged life, mixing materials of heavy duty styling and detailing. The three-piece moulded cupsole gives it a more comfy feel, while tougher lug patterns grip for the more rocky terrain adventures.
The NikeCraft GPS Yellow releases on Friday, September 2nd for $109.99 on the SNKRS app and in select Nike retailers.
Grey continues to take center stage with Jordan brand, this time, with the Air Jordan 6 Georgetown. This version of the Jordan 6 takes cues from the Georgetown Hoyas with a soft, yet bold grey suede colorway finish. Hoyas navy blue subtly show out on the laces, lock, heel tab and midsole. These are a must have Air Jordan 6 for any collegiate ball fans and will add some versatility to your look this season.
The Air Jordan 6 Georgetown releases on Saturday, September 3rd for $200 on the SNKRS app and in select Jordan retailers.
Take cues from the past and propel them forward. That’s what the Nike Zoom Cortez x Sacai is all about. This iconic sneaker has an updated, yet familiar design by famed Japanese artist Chitose Abe. The sneaker celebrates the anniversary of the iconic classic with a futuristic style. The low-cut Cortez has a familiar signature profile with double the love throughout (2 collars, 2 Swooshes, 2 tongues). It’s finished with grey suede overlays, a vivid red Swoosh and shadow decal grey Swoosh overlapping.
The Nike Zoom Cortez x sacai releases on Wednesday, August 31st for $185 on the SNKRS app and in select Nike retailers.