This weekend of releases includes a ton of collaborations. Modern takes on the classic white-on-white Air Force 1, a new sneaker from one of Nike's frequent collaborators, a fresh take on a classic Adidas runner, and Christmas-themed SB Dunk High are all hitting retailers.

The collabs start on Wednesday with the release of the latest Nike designed by legendary New York graffiti artist Stash. This time around, Stash has brought his signature blue color scheme to the Nike Air Zoom Spiridon. The pair also boasts special branding hits on the toe, insole, and heel. 

On Thursday, Nike brings back its first collaboration paying tribute to the iconic white-on-white Air Force 1 by retroing the fan-favorite "Roc-A-Fella" colorway that originally debuted over a decade ago. The Swoosh follows up this release with the second iteration of the white-on-white Air Force 1 designed by Don C that combines pieces of the Air Force 1, 2, and 3, and is accented by Don C's signature snakeskin. Also dropping is Acronym's take on the model, an all-white version of its Lunar Force 1 collab that originally dropped back in 2015. 

Nike will also be debuting two "What The Kyrie" colorways on the Kyrie 3 and brand new Kyrie S1 Hybird silhouette. The Kyrie 3 will only be released in kid's sizing. The Kyrie S1 Hybrid combines elements from Irving's first three signature models. Along with new offerings in the Kyrie line, Nike is debuting a new "Bright Violet" colorway on the PG 1, and delivering two non-Supreme versions of the Air Humara trail runner from the '90s. 

Scotland's Hanon Shop is releasing an Adidas Consortium project on the New York runner on Saturday inspired by Scotland's ever-changing weather patterns. Also dropping Saturday is two colorways of the Vans Sk8-Hi from Patta, a new "Ugly Christmas Sweater" colorway of the Nike SB Dunk High from Concepts for the whole family, and a Little Posite One inspired by Nike's memorable Lil Penny ad campaigns from the '90s.

Jordan Brand will be releasing a "Win Like '96" colorway of the Air Jordan XXXII Low as a precursor to the Air Jordan XI releasing in a few weeks, as well as a brand new Air Jordan VI with an Infrared-esque "UNC" scheme.

For a detailed look at everything dropping, here's a Complete Guide to This Weekend's Sneaker Releases.