If we could only use one word to describe this past week in sneakers, “whirlwind” would be an apt choice. From Kanye West‘s legendary adidas Yeezy-centric interview with Forbes to Paul George and Russell Westbrook‘s shocking trades, the world’s movers and shakers were certainly doing their thing over the past seven days. It wasn’t just big names, numbers, and relocations though: sneaker stalwarts like the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 3, and Air Jordan 4 enjoyed some time in the spotlight too, and the next collaborative project between Pharrell Williams and adidas was announced. For all that and more, check out ten can’t-miss headlines from last week directly below, and then feel free to take a breather — you’ll finally be all caught up on everything.
Kanye West’s adidas YEEZY Business Projected To Do $1.5 Billion In Sales in 2019
West’s signature sneaker line with adidas has been projected to hit a whopping ten-figure sales number by the end of the year, and the man himself also showed off hundreds of unreleased samples.
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The Next Nike PG3 NASA Goes Full Reflective Silver
Paul George has got a sunny new home with the LA Clippers, and a shimmering piece of new footwear to go along with it.
New Balance Commemorates Kawhi’s Move To LA With Limited OMN1S Release
The Fun Guy is heading back home to LA to join the Clippers, and New Balance paid homage to the momentous move with a Clips-themed OMN1S.
The Pharrell x adidas SOLARHU ST Glide Returns In Monochromatic Colorways
Skateboard P takes it back to his monochromatic Superstar days with this four-pack of tonal takes on the SOLARHU Glide ST.
The Air Jordan 4 “Black Cat” Is Returning In 2020
A beloved AJ4 colorway from 2006 will return for the first time ever next year.
The Air Jordan 1 Low Grasps The “Royal Toe” Look
For the toe. Literally.
Detailed Look At The Upcoming adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 “Cloud White”
It may be called the “Cloud White,” but chilly blue accents are the name of the game on this crisp new adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 colorway.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Goes 80s DIY Culture
A lot of classic styling, and a little bit of grunge.
The Air Jordan 3 Is Releasing In UNC Colors
No need to bribe UNC’s football players for a pair: these powder blue AJ3s will hit stores next year.
The Air Jordan 1 “Fearless” Features Split Color-blocking
Half Carolina, half Chicago, all patent leather, and completely striking.