This week, Jordan embraces sneaker customization culture with a Jordan 1, Yeezy adds a new colorway to their Yeezy Boost 700 V2 line, and Nike offers an alternative option if you missed out on the Nike Dunk Off-White The 50. Find out what other new releases are coming your way in this latest installment of The Drop List.
Jordan Brand encourages sneaker customization with the Air Jordan 1 Prototype.
With a perforated line separating the collar from the rest of the upper, the Air Jordan 1 Prototype can be worn as a high-top or low-top if you choose to safely cut the collar away. White leather construction with multicolor leather and Durabuck overlays further amplify the DIY appeal of the design.
The Air Jordan 1 Prototype releases on Friday, September 24th for $170 on the SNKRS app and at select Jordan retailers.
If you missed out on the 2019 adidas Yeezy Boost 700 V2 Geode, Yeezy delivers a similar earth-toned colorway with the adidas Yeezy 700 V2 Mauve.
The adidas Yeezy 700 V2 Mauve arrives with a brown mesh upper, dark grey Nubuck overlays, and tonal adidas three stripe detailing. At the base, a sculptural Boost midsole atop a gum outsole provides the renowned cushioning Yeezy is known for.
The adidas Yeezy 700 V2 Mauve releases on Saturday, September 25th for $240 on the adidas CONFIRMED app and at select stores.
Nike Off-White Dunks aren’t for everyone, even with so many colorways. If you are looking for a white and grey Dunk Low without an over-lace system and boosted price premiums, the Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog might be for you.
The Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog is as simple as it comes. Its white leather upper with Grey Fog overlays and Swooshes create a clean palette that is sure to mesh well with any outfit in your closet.
The Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog releases on Tuesday, September 21st for $100 on the SNKRS app and at select stores.
Originally debuting in 2013, the Air Jordan 5 Oreo makes its return under a new name: the Air Jordan 5 Moonlight.
The Air Jordan 5 Moonlight arrives looking identical to the original Oreo. It features a black Durabuck upper with translucent netted inserts and grey embroidered Jumpman logos on the tongue. From there, a white midsole with black speckled shark teeth and an icy translucent sole brings a contrast to the monotone upper.
The Air Jordan 5 Moonlight releases on Friday, September 10th for $190 on the SNKRS app and at select Jordan retailers.
Yeezy unlocks a new silhouette building off of the Foam RNNR slip-on functionality with the adidas Yeezy Knit RNR Sulfur.
The adidas Yeezy Knit RNR Sulfur features a two-tone cream and Sulfur knit upper that hugs the foot in a sock-like way. On the collar, size information is printed in black to denote the size of each pair externally. A thin Sulfur herringbone outsole completes the design.
The adidas Yeezy Knit RNR Sulfur releases on Thursday, September 23rd for $200 on the Yeezy Supply website.
Yeezy adds a vibrant look to the MNVN series with the adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Honey Flux.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Honey Flux features a bright yellow neoprene upper with reflective “700” quarter detailing and black reinforced trimming. A black, sculptural Boost sole brings the maximized cushioning that Yeezy has been recognized for since their start in 2015.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 MNVN Honey Flux releases on Monday, September 20th for $220 on the adidas CONFIRMED app and at select retailers.
Nike expands the Air Max 90 Laser collection with a second version of the Nike Air Max 90 Laser Mahogany.
Unlike June’s model that boasted tumbled leather uppers, the Nike Air Max 90 Laser Mahogany is constructed of a one-piece Mahogany suede upper with traditional AM90 panels and faux wood grain texture etched by lasers. From there, a leather heel patch with Nike Air branding and waxed laces provides additional detailing.
The Nike Air Max 90 Laser Mahogany releases on Tuesday, September 21st for $200 on the SNKRS app and at select stores.
Following the release of the Nike Dunk Disrupt and Nike Dunk Scrap, Nike added a new iteration to their Dunk catalog with the Nike Dunk High Rebel Iron Purple (W).
Similar to the construction on most Nike sacai collaborations, duplicated design features are prominent on the Nike Dunk High Rebel Iron Purple (W). Atop its Sail leather upper, two overlays are layered in grey and purple surrounding both the collar and toe box. An overlapping embroidered mini Swoosh and stacked sole further implement the doubled aesthetic.
The Nike Dunk High Rebel Iron Purple (W) releases on Tuesday, September 21st for $120 on the SNKRS app and at select retailers.
Reebok x National Geographic
Reebok teams up with National Geographic for a collection inspired by the network’s captivating visual storytelling for environments around the world.
The Reebok x National Geographic collection consists of five lifestyle and performance silhouettes featuring the Classic Leather Legacy AZ, Club C, Club C Revenge Legacy, Nano X1 Adventure, and Floatride Energy 3 Adventure. Each design features a QR code on the tongue that unlocks 360 videos that showcase the different geographic regions that served as inspiration for each colorway.
The Reebok x National Geographic collection releases on Thursday, September 23rd on the Reebok website.