This week in sneakers brings new drops from the usual suspects like Nike, Adidas, and Jordan Brand, while also giving us some limited collaborations with the likes of Supreme, Palace, Foot Patrol, Juice, Sneakersnstuff, and The Weeknd. 

Starting off this week's round of releases is Supreme's take on an often looked over '90s trail runner, the Nike Air Humara. The shoe will be releasing in pink, black, blue, and green alongside matching athletic apparel. Nike will also be dropping a new Air Force 1 Low on Thursday in the popular "Flax" colorway that has become a fall/winter staple. 

Rounding out Thursdays drops, Adidas is releasing a London-exclusive pair of the Speedfactory AM4 designed specifically to the specifications of a group of London runners in Adidas' SPEEDFACTORY in Germany. The second colorway of The Weeknd's military boot-inspired XO Parallel model will also be dropping in olive green.

Friday gives us another collaboration from a popular streetwear brand, as Palace and Adidas are continuing their partnership with the release of two colorways of a technically upgraded waterproof Palace Pro 2. Nike will be dropping a new colorway of the self-lacing Hyperadapt in "Tinker Blue," that takes its name from the shoe's designer Tinker Hatfield on Friday as well.

Finishing out the week, Saturday brings two more collaborations from Adidas. Sneakersnstuff is releasing two collegiate-inspired pairs of the laceless CS2, while Juice and Foot Patrol have linked on two shoes inspired by tourist souvenirs for the latest installment of Adidas' Consortium Exchange program.

Nike continues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Air Max 97 with the release of another OG "Neon" colorway, a make up more notably attached to the Air Max 95. Fashion consultant Aleali May is releasing her own collaboration on the Air Jordan 1 that introduces corduroy and satin paneling to the popular "Shadow" color blocking. Closing out the week, the second iteration of the Nike LeBron 15 is hitting retailers in the black and white "Ashes" colorway.

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