cheap fake yeezys A Complete Guide to This Weekend’s Sneaker Releases
New takes on old classics and an assortment of Adidas ZX collabs highlight this week of sneaker releases.
Things kick off on Tuesday morning with the introduction of the Nike ISPA Drifter Split in two colorways. The next big releases are scheduled for Friday with the debut of the Dunk Low Disrupt, "Black Tie-Dye" Air Force 1, "Bio Hack" Air Jordan I, Irak x Adidas ZX 8000s, and "NCAA" collection of Ultra Boosts all arriving at select retailers. On Saturday, the "Chile Red" Air Jordan VII arrives. Things wrap up on Sunday with the "Boston Marathon" Concepts x Adidas ZX 9000 releasing exclusively through the Cambridge retailer's various channels.
Check out a detailed look at all of this week's best sneaker releases below.
When: Friday, Sept. 4 at 10 a.m.
Where: Nike SNKRS and other select retailers
What You Need to Know: The latest Air Jordan I colorway scheduled to hit retailers is one of the most unconventional we have seen in quite some time. Said to be inspired by the streets of Tokyo, the "Bio Hack" color scheme combines colors like brown, navy blue, teal, orange, and hot pink across its upper. Finishing touches include a metallic silver Swoosh and special tongue tag in place of the usual branding hit. While not officially stated, the design has been likened by some to Undefeated's Dunk High NL collaboration from 2005's "Clerks Pack."
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