Adidas dominates this week of releases with multiple collaborative projects set to drop with brands from around the world.
Major drops start on Thursday with the release of Nike's black and volt "Night Ops" Air Max 180 and Air Max 90. Thursday also sees the return of the "Multicolor" Ultra Boost 2.0 from Adidas.
Friday brings forth an official collection between Italy's C.P. Company and Adidas, the debut of the latest Kobe A.D. to celebrate Mamba Day, and two pairs of Adidas exclusive to size? stores inspired by Acid House culture.
Things wrap up this Saturday with two more Adidas collaborations with Bodega and United Arrows and Sons, the "Summit White" Nike ACG Dog Mountain, three Kyrie 4s making up the "Decades" pack, a collab from Miami's SoleFly on the Jordan Racer 88 inspired by its friends and family Air Jordan III from 2014, and the "International Flight" Air Jordan V remembering MJ's trip to Barcelona in 1990.
For an in-depth look at all of this week's drops, here is a Complete Guide to This Weekend's Sneaker Releases.
Nike Air Max 'Night Ops' Pack
Adidas Ultra Boost 2.0 'Multicolor'
C.P. Company x Adidas
Nike Kobe A.D. 'Sail'
size? x Adidas 'Acid House' Pack
Price: £85-£100 (app. $108-$128)
When: Friday, Aug. 24
Where: size? stores and size? Previews app
What You Need to Know: European retailer size? is back this week with another exclusive release. This time, it is two pairs of chunky Adidas that make up the "Acid House" pack. A Yung-1 and women's Falcon are outfitted in yellow and grey colorways designed to resemble the yellow smiley face that represented the dance subculture in the '80s. Trimmy, a character used by the German Sports Confederation for a fitness initiative throughout the 1970s, can be seen on each insole.