With only a few weeks left in 2017, every brand is making some of its last offerings of the year. Featured this week are releases from Ewing Athletics, Adidas, Jordan Brand, and Nike. Included in the mix are collaborations, new Yeezys, and a pair of Air Jordan retros that is finally releasing after years of speculation.

The releases start on Wednesday with a luxurious collaboration between Rick Ross and Ewing Athletics on the 33 Hi inspired by his MMG label, and a new Adidas sneaker for James Harden designed by students from Oregon's footwear design school Pensole Academy. 

On Thursday, Jordan Brand releases a new premium Air Jordan V covered in bordeaux leather, Nike is dropping its first Air Foamposite One exclusively in women's sizing, and also debuting another new iteration of the Vapormax with an all-black, perforated nubuck upper. Germany's Overkill is releasing a super limited run of the Nike Plattenbau Dunk inspired by German architecture on Thursday as well exclusively at its shop.

Friday, Nike drops a bright, volt green pair of Paul George's signature model, the PG 1, and Adidas debuts its latest silhouette inspired by its '90s archive, the Adidas Prophere. 

A day later, a Prophere collaboration is already scheduled to release between Adidas and L.A.'s UNDFTD that reinterprets the model with the shop's frequently used military theme. Finishing off the weekend of releases are the "Blue Tint" Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2, and the Air Jordan VI "Gatorade" inspired by MJ's time endorsing the brand throughout his legendary career.

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