Footwear drops Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” feature 2
FOOTWEAR Published: July 15, 2020 Updated: July 21, 2020  |  WORDS: Eshwaran Subramaniam

Footwear drops: Runners reign in this week’s sneaker releases

This week, Nike drops two sneakers, each a different interpretation of the “Volt” colorway.

Footwear drops Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” Space Hippie Feature

Adidas finally gives us the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” and Asics puts a street style spin on their latest performance runner.

Nike Zoom Double Stacked “Volt Black”
July 16

Footwear drops Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” Zoom Double Stacked Volt

Zoom Air is one of Nike’s most trusted cushioning technologies and has been used in a long list of performance running sneakers. However, unlike most of Nike’s Zoom Air line up, the Zoom Double Stacked prioritizes comfort over performance. As its name suggests, the Zoom Air units are double stacked under the heel for impact projection while two more are placed at the forefoot for energy return. To emphasize this brand new implementation of Zoom Air, Nike has given the Zoom Double Stacked a futuristic design and a triple black colorway that highlights the placement of the “Volt” air units.

Where to buy:
Nike SNKRS

Nike Space Hippie 03 “Volt”
July 16

Footwear drops Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” Nike Space Hippie 03 “Volt”

Nike’s trashy sneakers are back, this time in a “Volt” colorway which comes with a grey recycled Flyknit upper, grey Nike Grind crater foam midsole and orange plastic accents at the midfoot. The Nike Space Hippie 03 “Volt comes with a drop-in, recycled ZoomX insole and a FastFit tightening system, so you can slip them on, pull the strap and be on your way.

Where to buy:
Nike SNKRS

Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE
July 16

Footwear drops Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE

Known as the thrifty man’s Jordan, the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE, which first debuted in 1996, offers the same tech and performance of the AJ11, all at a lower price point. For its 2020 comeback, it pays homage to its ’96 predecessors by way of a black leather base from the OG “Bred” colorway and the grey elephant leather panels from the AJ 11 Low IE “Cobalt”. To match the black and grey color scheme, the sneaker comes with a grey leather tongue with a red embroidered Jumpman logo.


Where to buy:

Size? | End Launches

Affix x Asics Novablast
July 17

Footwear drops Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” Affix x Asics Novablast

Asics teams up with menswear label Affix (again) to give the Novablast a street style makeover. The Asics Novablast retains all of its original construction, but is given a coastal blue mesh upper with burgundy overlays set atop a light yellow Flytefoam Blast midsole.

Where to buy:
End Launches

Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon”
July 18

Footwear drops Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon”

Originally rumored to be released in June, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Zyon” is finally dropping this week. The sneaker comes in a predominantly brown upper, with off-white, grey and brown static patterns on the upper. It sits on a translucent encased Boost midsole and beige outsole. For contrast, the swoosh is constructed out of solid black threading.

Where to buy:
End Launches | Size? | Limited Edt | Adidas 

If you had to choose one runners to rock for the rest of the year, which would you choose? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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