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Honestly, there are a ton of sneakers releasing this weekend—and rather than inundating you with a bunch of shoes you're probably never going to buy, we've whittled the list down to the absolute best. Here they are.
From: Esquire US.
Offspring is a sneaker institution in London, and this year it's celebrating its 20th anniversary with multiple collaborations. This is the second Asics Gel Lyte V in a series that celebrates the store's London home; the colourway reflects the feeling on Convent Garden and its cobbled streets.
These are part of a duo that includes a Rod Laver, but the Stan Smith is a stronger look. The Stan Smith has taken over as of late and this pair makes a single adjustment to the classic look by adding gold. It's a touch of elevated class on a very wearable shoe—a unique detail in a sea of commonality.
We've already told you that this might be the most wearable Jordan of all time. If that piqued your interest, now's the time to make good on the proposition. Check for these to release today.
Long Island sneaker boutique Rise paired up with little-known sneaker company Brandblack to create a collaboration that brings attention to America's wars in the Middle East. It's two small businesses, which means it's more about the story than any corporate baggage—and with this extremely limited run, it's a story you can be a part of.
Adidas has finally figured out how to bring some colour to its famous Boost technology, and this weekend we get our first change to bring that home. The Ultra Boost Uncaged in Triple Black features a black-painted Boost midsole and a Primeknit upper that hugs the foot, making for a very sporty look.
If you want something really bold, the Adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged in triple red turns up the volume with its bright colour. For the first time, Adidas brings the colour all the way through the Boost sole, offering a comfortable ride under a low profile Primeknit upper.
The smoothest look of Adidas' Ultra Boost Uncaged trio of releases this weekend is the triple white. The heathered white-and-light-grey upper sits over a white Boost sole, offering a variety of textures and materials and an understated but refined look.
For the last 13 years, the best streetballers in the world have descended on Paris for the Quai 54 World Streetball Championship. In recognition of the occasion, Nike is releasing a series of sneakers, and the best of the bunch is this pair of Flyknit Air Force 1s. The grayscale Flyknit is super clean, and can fit into anyone's closet.
Like many sneaker mags, Australia's Sneaker Freaker isn't shy about throwing collaborations on the market. But the brand's work with New Balance is something special. The 998 "Tassie Devils" were so popular they called for a rerelease years later that sold out immediately. The Tigers are bright and playful and expected to sell out just as fast.
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