Get ready, sneakerheads, as this week promises a cornucopia of releases, with a whopping 15 releases making their debut. From titans like Nike and Jordan Brand to the unique blends of Puma, Crocs, and New Balance, the week is bursting with freshness.
The curtains rise with the Nike Dunk Low NN Floral Tapestry and Air Max 97 NN Floral Tapestry, gracing Nike's App Days event. Not far behind, Andrew Reynolds, in collaboration with New Balance, brings forth a sumptuous chocolate brown hue on the Numeric 480, setting a delectable tone.
Mid-week, history and golf collide. Jordan Brand aligns with Eastside Golf to celebrate an epoch-making year – 1961, when the barriers broke and the PGA opened its greens to non-white golfers. Through the Jordan Golf trio of designs, the Jordan 1 High Golf, Jordan 6 Golf, and Jordan ADG 4, this powerful moment is commemorated in shades of green, gold, black, and white.
But the crescendo builds. PSG and Jordan Brand unite to echo soccer pride through the Jordan 6 Low, mirroring the team’s alternate kit. Concurrently, Puma revives the forgotten Puma Prostar with Noah, while Crocs expands the Pollex Pod Collection alongside Salehe Bembury on the Pollex Slide Huckle. The partnership parade continues as Crocs joins Levi's, bringing sashiko denim into the mix on two colorways of the All-Terrain Clog, one in Navy and the other in Blue.
Towards the week’s climax, Nike and Jordan Brand don't hold back. The multi-hued Nike Air Max 1 '87 Tan Lines, a women's exclusive, will vie for attention with the Jordan 11 Low IE Black White. Yet, the crown jewel awaits — the J. Balvin x Air Jordan 3 Medellín Sunset. A symphony of white, grey, and a sunset-inspired gradient, it pays a rich tribute to Balvin's roots in Colombia.
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