Another week, another round of February footwear release news.
Nike tops the list with five out of the six sneakers dropping this week.
This week’s round of February footwear releases packs plenty of heat. You might want to make room for more sneakers in your collection. Check out the list below for all the release details and links for you to cop.
Air Jordan 1 Turbo Green
The Air Jordan 1 “Turbo Green” looks like it has been through years of wear with its pre-worn vibe and washed colors. The Turbo Green panels are suede, giving a nice premium touch to the sneaker. Other details include yellow and purple branding on the tongue tab, reminiscent of tags from the 80s and 90s.
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33
Travis Scott releases yet another collab with the Jordan brand. This time, the rapper stamps his “Cactus Jack” logo on the Air Jordan 33 silhouette. The sneaker comes in a predominantly Olive colorway, and is complemented by a suede brown heel panel, a material not commonly used in the performance sneakers.
Nike React Element 87
The Nike React Element 87 is one of Nike’s breakout silhouettes that debuted last year. This new Royal Tint colorway is a welcome addition to a lineup already filled with wild colors.
- END Launches – S$225
Air Jordan 6 Infrared
This fan favorite sneaker returns this week, featuring the iconic black nubuck uppers and University Red accents on the pull tab, midsole and lace lock. This iteration of the Air Jordan 6 Infrared will feature the OG “Nike Air” on the back, last seen on the 2000 release.
Adidas Consortium FYW S-97
The all-new Adidas Consortium FYW S-97 revives the classic EQT Salvation that was introduced in 1997. Check out the old-school large Adidas Equipment branding on the tongue. This vintage-looking sneaker has gotten some modern upgrades such as Adidas’ Torsion System and adiprene technology.
Nike Zoom Fly SP Fast Nathan Bell
As if the tonal Peach Pink colorway isn’t eye-catching enough, this Nike Zoom Fly SP Fast features doodles and quotes slapped all over the translucent upper in collaboration with LA-based artist, Nathan Bell. Motivational mantras like “Last one gets a rotten egg” and “Run to a magic place” can be found all over both sides of the sneaker, along with multiple swoosh doodles.
- Nike.com – S$249
Which one of these sneakers will you cop? Or are you passing up on this week’s February footwear release altogether? Drop us a comment below.