This week, the Air Jordan 4 gets an all-black make-up, Varsity colors take over the Nike Air Max sneakers, and the Nike LeBron XX gets a walk down memory lane. 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
Not technically a sneaker, but this Reebok Beatnik M-65 Hunter Green is a boho culture must have. The slip-on Reeboks are perfect for the casual outdoor stroll or dressed down fit for fall outings with friends. While Beatnik has since been released in an array of campfire-inspired colors, this Hunter Green just screams s’mores. The shoe is finished with a comfortable quilted upper and their signature rugged sole for the great terrains.
Most Expensive Sneaker This Week
Debuted in 2008, the Kobe Retro 4 became a signature ball sneaker for on-the-court top performance. Partnered with UNDEFEATED, the shoe recently sold for $10K. Honoring the Black Mamba’s legacy and contribution to the world of basketball, Kobe kicks are going to continue to make waves in sneaker culture.
Best Sneakers Releasing This Week
A no brainer, the Air Jordan 4 Black Canvas will disappear off the shelves in a blink of an eye. The ultimate classic AJ4 is designed in a captivating Black colorway with a unique canvas makeup, instead of the usual leather. This shoe, though the perfect kicks for every fit, is more than what meets the eye.
The Nike Air Force 4 Black Canvas releases on Saturday, October 1st for $210 on the SNRS app and in select Nike retailers.
Another inductee to the must-have makeover Air Max 1 catalog is the Nike Air Max 1 Tour Yellow. Maybe a bit late to the summer-ready wardrobe, but this bright silhouette just brightens up the array of colorways already introduced. The Tour Yellow brings the energy, while the infamous French architecture celebrates sport and is revered by fashion.
The Nike Women’s Air Max 1 Tour Yellow releases on Tuesday, September 27th for $160 on the SNRS app and in select Nike retailers.
Whether you’re not ready for summer to end or prepping for some pumpkin patch activities, this Nike Women’s Dunk Low Magma Orange is perfect for you. The Peter Moore Dunk design delivers a graffiti-style color bleed and faded graphics throughout for a more lived-in feel. Don’t miss, add these blazing beauties to your Dunk Low rotation.
The Nike Women’s Dunk Low Magma Orange releases on Tuesday, September 27th for $130 on the SNRS app and in select Nike retailers.
The Nike LeBron XX Time Machine will guide you through the basketball career of LBJ himself. With a nod to the past also leads room for the next generation to share the throne with this sneaker. Decorated in an exhibition of vibrant colors, the low-top, ultra-cushioned design makes this sneaker the perfect on and off the court standout. The LeBron XX not only delivers on luxe, sleek design, but presents heritage and gifts hoopers of the future a little piece of basketball greatness.
The Nike LeBron XX Time Machine releases on Thursday, September 29th for $200 on the SNRS app and in select Nike retailers.
Get ready for the school football games and pep rallies with the Nike Women’s Air Max 1 Gorge Green. Dressed in varsity hues of Green and Navy Blue, this AM 1 is fit for vintage style and aesthetic. The ‘80s classic silhouette is crafted with premium materials, Nike’s signature Swoosh logo on both the lateral and medial sides, and purple mini Swooshes embroidered on the toe box. This makeup is featured alongside Nike’s Air Max 97 Gorge Green with a matching colorway and tone.
The Nike Women’s Air Max 1 releases on Friday, September 30th for $150 on the SNRS app and in select Nike retailers.
Recruited to the team of Gorge Green is the Nike Air Max 97 silhouette. The latest drop of the Navy and Green Nike collection remains an easy-to-wear pair for almost any occasion. The shoe is equipped with first class comfort and highlights the illuminating accents and varsity finish.
The Nike Air Max 97 Gorge Green releases on Friday, September 30th for $180 on the SNRS app and in select Nike retailers.
This year marks 25 years of Jordan Brand in China and the sharp Jordan releases continue to celebrate that. The Air Jordan 12 Hyper Royal, an already coveted silhouette and colorway, comes exclusively in Women’s sizes. To commemorate its anniversary, this sneaker gets an adventurous upgrade with subtle touches of lizard texture and a special edition insole and outsole graphic. The design is celebratory and alluring, you won’t take your eyes off them.
The Nike Women’s Air Jordan 12 Hyper Royal releases on Saturday, October 1st for $200 on the SNRS app and in select Nike 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 Thursday, September 29th for $109.99 on the SNRS app and in select Nike retailers.