High up on this week’s list of footwear is the covetable Nike Dunk Low Brazil. The re-release of this colorway is perfect timing considering the Dunk is seeing a resurgence in its popularity. Following up on the prized drop is a throwback sneaker in the form of the Nike Killshot OG SP and the New Balance R_C1300 in an unmissable new colorway. Rounding off the list is the Air Jordan 11 in low-top form featuring a legendary combination that marries the Concord and Bred colorways. Check out the full breakdown below.
Nike Dunk Low Brazil
The Nike Dunk Low is arguably the hottest sneaker of 2020. Everyone’s trying to get their hands on a pair, whether new or old. For Nike, it’s an opportunity to reissue a classic colorway from 2001 – the Nike Dunk Low Brazil. For the new generation of sneakerheads, it’s an introduction to the iconic sneaker’s era-defining color blocking possibilities. If you haven’t gotten onboard the Dunk wave, why haven’t you?
Nike Killshot OG SP
Nike dug even deeper into its archive this time to pull out this classic tennis silhouette. Bringing the Nike Killshot OG SP from the ’70s back feels very 2020 – the vintage aesthetic fits right into today’s throwback trend. And if you’re feeling the vibe, you’d be glad to know that a few colorways in midnight navy and gorge green are set to roll out together with the gym red iteration this week.
New Balance Tokyo Design Studio R_C1300TB
New Balance’s Tokyo Design Studio takes the R_C1300 silhouette for yet another spin. Only this time, it arrives in a washed-style, not unlike the well-known ‘JP’ colorway. This next drop is almost certainly a hit, not least with the colorway paired with the silhouette’s jaw-dropping Encap Reveal sole unit. It features dual shock-absorbing cushioning in the form of Encap and Abzorb as well as a Vibram outsole to boot.
Air Jordan 11 Low Concord Bred
Michael Jordan’s highly anticipated documentary, The Last Dance, puts his signature sneakers in the spotlight more than ever before. And if you were already a fan, then just one look at the Air Jordan 11 Low Concord Bred – a combination of two iconic colorways – is enough to set your heart racing. Jordan won his fourth ring in style with the 11s, but you can rock them just as well off the court. The colorway will drop in full family sizes this week. If you’re the head of the house, you’d want everyone decked out in the drip too.
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