This week’s sneaker releases highlight brand-new projects from some of Nike’s most frequent collaborators. The J Balvin x Air Jordan 3 will be making its retail debut on Saturday morning, and other noteworthy drops include A-Cold-Wall’s leather Air Max Pluses, 2006’s ‘Graffiti’ Zoom LeBron 4, and an SB Dunk Low inspired by Brazilian jiu-jitsu. So let’s take a look at the complete list of sneaker releases this week.
Reebok LTD, in collaboration with the New Guards Group, has unveiled a high-end footwear collection. Italian-made Club C models in white leather and cracked leather have been released to launch the collection.
Nike Zoom LeBron 4 ‘Graffiti’
The “Graffiti” Zoom LeBron 4 is the most recent LeBron to receive a vintage makeover. The pair has graffiti across the midsole and was first offered in extremely small quantities (250 pairs) in 2006 during a unique pop-up in New York City. The long-coveted collector’s item is now easily accessible.
Air Jordan 6 Low ‘PSG’
An Air Jordan 6 Low is the most recent Air Jordan endeavour from PSG. Magma Orange accents add a slight pop of colour to the pair’s two-toned grey suede outfits. The orange heel tag pays homage to the stadium’s design of Paris Saint-Germain.
A-Cold-Wall x Nike Air Max Plus
For its most recent sneaker collaboration, Samuel Ross’ A-Cold-Wall offered a deluxe version of the Air Max Plus. Full-grain leather has been used in place of the customary mesh upper, while branding has been laser engraved and thermo-moulded detailing has taken the place of the plastic cage overlay. On the lateral heel, you can find the emblem for A-Cold-Wall. There are possibilities in both black and white.
Air Jordan 11 Low IE ‘Craft’
With a mesh upper and patent leather overlay, the most recent Air Jordan 11 Low IE draws inspiration from its significantly more well-known predecessor. White and smokey outsoles round off the black colour scheme.
J Balvin x Air Jordan 3
This weekend marks the release of J Balvin’s most recent Air Jordan collaboration. The sunsets in Medellin, Colombia, served as the inspiration for this colourway of the Air Jordan 3. The heel section of the midsole and the transparent heel tab, which each sport a vibrant gradient pattern, serve as the most overt examples of the theme. J Balvin’s emblem is displayed on the right heel, with the original “Nike Air” branding on the left. With a Coconut Milk leather upper, tonal suede ankle collar, elephant print overlays, and modest hits of yellow, the remaining components of the shoe are kept quite straightforward.
Albino & Preto x Nike SB Dunk Low
Albino & Preto, a clothing company with jiu-jitsu influences, is the newest partner to customise the Nike SB Dunk Low. Its canvas upper is intended to look like a classic jiu-jitsu gi. Each pair is presented with different lace options that correspond to the belt-ranking colours used in BJJ, furthering the jiu-jitsu motif. Each heel tab and insole sport the brand’s emblem.
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