Your weekly roundup of the hottest footwear drops is back, featuring covetable releases you wouldn’t want to miss. At the top of the list is none other than the low-top reissue of the Nike Dunk Low SP Orange Blaze, which will also arrive in a Varsity Blue colorway. While sneakerheads clamor for a pair of the classic Dunk Lows, Jordan Brand has some heat at the ready too – the Air Jordan 3 Animal Instinct and the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom are all set to drop this week. No doubt, this week’s releases feature some of the most iconic silhouettes. But Takahiromiyashita Thesoloist’s collaboration with Converse for the CX Disrupt certainly makes an interesting case, merging the iconic Chuck Taylor with a touch of futuristic design. Read on below for the complete breakdown of this week’s footwear drops.
Air Jordan 3 Animal Instinct
The Air Jordan 3 gets a wild makeover this March that’s inspired by the iconic Black Cement colorway. But what sets this one apart is the multiple faux-fur animal prints featured across the panels, replacing the original elephant skin details on the toe and heel. The appeal of this exotic rendition is truly sealed with a gum outsole – a rare feature on the Air Jordan 3.
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Converse x Thesoloist. Cx Disrupt
Converse and Takahiromiyashita TheSoloist reconnect for SS20 with their own spin on the unique CX Disrupt – an evolved iteration of the classic Chuck Taylor. Bordering on futuristic and minimalist, the sneaker arrives in two colorways – white and black. The Japanese label’s signature script branding adds another detail to the collab. If you’re looking to cop one, the shape of the silhouette will no doubt stand out the most.
Air Jordan 1 High Zoom Racer Blue
The Air Jordan 1 boasts an expansive lineup of colorways, but few have been fitted with the responsive Zoom Air cushioning. Call it a cheaper alternative to the upcoming Air Dior, but there’s no questioning the elegance of the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom Racer Blue. Premium patent leather overlays run the entire sneaker, coupled with transparent TPU panels around the heel for a unique twist. If the color palette is too soft for your liking, peep the underside of the sneaker, which features gradient outsoles for that touch of vibrance.
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Nike Dunk Low SP Orange Blaze
35 years since the “Be True To Your School” campaign featured a colorful array of Dunks, Nike has ordered a reissue of two iconic colorways – Orange Blaze and Varsity Blue – in low-top form for 2020. The pick of the lot? Unquestionably, the Nike Dunk Low SP Orange Blaze. Strap these on feet on a blazing summer day and you’ll easily turn heads along the way.