Another week, another fresh batch of sneaker releases to look forward to. This week brings a slew of new Air Maxes from Nike, some retro basketball silhouettes celebrating memorable moments from the NBA Playoffs, collaborations, another new pair from Virgil Abloh, and two highly-anticipated Jordan retros as well.
The drops kick off on Thursday with the return of 2003's "Curry" Nike Air Max 1, a new colorway of the Air Max 98, a summery pair of the Air Max 93 resembling a refreshing fruit, two new pairs of the Zoom Fly SP, a black and white pair of the Air More Money with coral pink accents, and a retro of Scottie Pippen's Air Maestro 2 to celebrate his monster Game 2 performance in the 1993 NBA Finals.
Nike continues its releases on Friday with two pairs of the Air VaporMax Moc 2 for the ladies. Also releasing Friday is a collaboration between End. Clothing and Saucony inspired by Saucony's New England roots and made to resemble lobsters, a cannabis-inspired Question Mid from Currensy and Reebok, and two new pairs of the Puma Suede designed by Bobbito Garcia to celebrate the silhouette's 50th anniversary.
Wrapping up the week, Saturday will feature a China-exclusive pack of Pharrell's Adidas NMD Hu, the Off-White x Converse Chuck 70 from Virgil Abloh's "The Ten" pack with Nike, "Red Curry" and "Green Curry" Air Max 1s inspired by the orignal version from 2003, an Air Jordan XX8 from Nike's "Art of a Champion" pack inspired by Ray Allen's legendary three-pointer in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals, and the retail debut for the "Katrina" Air Jordan III.
Early next week, Jordan Brand drops another highly-anticipated pair as well. Inspired by the rare Air Jordan XI that was raffled off in 2017, the Air Jordan XI Low "RE2PECT" pays tribute to New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter.
For a more detailed look at all of the drops, here's a Complete Guide to This Weekend's Sneaker Releases.