The upcoming week of releases provides a handful of big drops including the annual "Aunt Pearl" release from Kevin Durant's signature line, multiple classic runners from Nike, a retro Jordan inspired by a pair of memorable PEs, and Virgil Abloh's latest Air Jordan I collaboration.
Drops start on Wednesday with two new colorways of the Air Humara, the clean "Triple White" Air Max 98, KD X "Aunt Pearl" honoring Durant's late aunt, and premium Air Jordan XXXII NRG inspired by the Air Jordan II's Italian roots all being released by Nike.
New Balance is dropping four new pairs on Thursday—four New Balance 574s mocked up to resemble four of the brand's most iconic collaborations with the likes of brands like Concepts, Sneaker Freaker, mita sneakers, and more. Adidas will debut the "Traffic Jam" colorway of the Harden Vol. 2 on March 1 as well.
On Friday, the Swoosh continues its week of new pairs with a retro release of the OG women's "Aqua" color scheme of the iconic Air Max 1. The black and white "Graffiti" colorway of the LeBron 15 debuted by King James on the floor earlier this season is also hitting Nike Basketball retailers. Rounding off Friday's drop list is a yellow and blue pair of the Marathon TR from the Adidas archives that's exclusively available at size? stores.
This week will close out with two big retro releases from Jordan Brand. The Air Jordan XIII "Hyper Royal" that resembles a past Quentin Richardson PE is releasing at various retailers, while Virgil Abloh's hyped-up "White" Off-White x Air Jordan I is receiving a European-exclusive release that is sure to hand out a lot of Ls Saturday morning.
For a more detailed look at all of the drops, here's a Complete Guide to This Weekend's Sneaker Releases.