Last week, we saw the return of the classic “Bred” Air Jordan XIII. This week brings us more retro basketball silhouettes from the LeBron James lineage, as well as a new spin on a throwback Air Jordan model.

Nike is releasing its third LeBron retro this weekend with the “First Game” colorway of the Air Zoom Generation he wore during his 2004 NBA debut in Sacramento.

Jordan Brand also has a pretty strong offering this week with the release of the new “Cool Grey” Air Jordan 8 colorway, and the third installment of their hybrid model that fuses Roger Federer’s Vapor Tour 9 with the classic Air Jordan 3 “Fire Red.”

Nike is debuting the latest post-NBA model from the Kobe Bryant line, the Kobe A.D. Mid, in five tonal colorways, and turning back the clock with a special pair of the Nike Cortez that pays tribute to University of Oregon distance runner and Cortez wear-tester Kenny Moore. The long-awaited stateside retro release of the Nike Flyknit Trainer will also be going down this Thursday, too.

Nike is also delivering more new takes on popular lifestyle models with a new “Velvet Brown” colorway of the SF AF-1 High, and a black and metallic silver colorway of the Air Max 1 Jewel.

The Weeknd’s signature model with Puma will finally make its debut this week, and Adidas is dropping two separate collaborations: an EQT Support ADV with Highs and Lows, and a two pairs of the EQT Support Ultra PK with Sneakersnstuff.

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