After a few consecutive weeks packed with a ton of hyped up releases, this week seems to settle down a bit in comparison. Nonetheless, Nike, Jordan Brand, and adidas all have some quality drops happening this weekend.
The Nike Flyknit Trainer makes another return with the debut of the brand new "Cirrus Blue" colorway dropping this Thursday. The Swoosh is also dropping the second shoe from its Latino Heritage Month pack, a Cortez designed by Chilean artist INTI. After releasing exclusively through Undefeated last week, the black colorway of the streetwear brand's Air Max 97 collaboration will be receiving a more widespread drop as well.
Nike Basketball is also back again this week with more new colorways of the classic Air More Uptempo silhouette from the '90s. A "Knicks" colorway will be dropping in men's sizes that takes inspiration from Scottie Pippen's iconic dunk on Patrick Ewing in Game 6 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Semifinals. Women will be receiving their own exclusive "Barely Green" pair that features a barely green upper, and white "AIR" branding.
Adidas' releases this week come in the form of a few Consortium series releases. The first drop brings back some overlooked models from the adidas archive. Dubbed the "Parallel Dimension" pack, this release features the Twinstrike and AdiStsar Comp models. Each shoe maintains its basic original construction, while adding unique new details to bring them into the future.
Adidas is also continuing its Consortium Exchange Program with a collaboration between Slam Jam and United Arrows and Sons. The collab features a Gazelle and Campus outfitted in materials like terry cloth, IKEUCHI ORGANIC toweling, and 100% organic cotton. The final release of the weekend from the Three Stripes will be the global release of the NMD CS1 collaboration from The Good Will Out that features an all-black design, and serrated outsole.
Supreme is also dropping some sneakers this week. The streetwear brand has collaborated with artist Andres Serrano on three classic Vans models. The three models include the Sk8-Hi, Old Skool, and Chukka that feature Serrano's Blood and Semen II artwork.
Jordan Brand also has a strong delivery on the way with two retros releases, and the debut of a new model this weekend. A brand new white and gym red colorway of the Air Jordan XI Low IE is releasing this Saturday along with a GS-exclusive Air Jordan 6 Low dressed in grey and pink. The main offering from JB this weekend is the debut "Rosso Corsa" colorway of the Air Jordan 32. This all-red colorway takes inspiration from the Air Jordan 2, and its Italian-inspired design elements, and fuses them with modern technology to deliver a brand new performance model ready for the court.
For a detailed look at everything dropping, here's a Complete Guide to This Weekend's Sneaker Releases.