Over the past seven days, all eyes were focused on Paris Fashion Week SS20 where Virgil Abloh and his Off-White™ imprint debuted Futura-assisted Nike SB Dunk Lows, while 1017 ALYX 9SM, Pigalle and sacai also debuted Nike collaborations on the runway. SANKUANZ also spotlighted its Timberland 6-Inch Boot during PFW, while Craig Green did the same with the adidas Kamanda.

Elsewhere, the sports world also had a lot to celebrate. Supreme rider and 2018’s SOTY, Tyshawn Jones, unveiled his first-ever Pro model with adidas Skateboarding, while New Balance released a special edition 997 and 990v5 pack to commemorate the Toronto Raptors’ first ever NBA Championship. Nike also gave a shout out to the second annual NY vs NY basketball tournament with its “Streetball” Pack.

Fans were also given a few first looks at an unreleased De La Soul x Nike SB Dunk Low sample, the adidas YEEZY BOOST 451, and our exclusive look at OAMC and adidas Originals’ SS20 sneaker collab.

Finally, we sat down with Shun Hirose and his fledgling customization label, RECOUTURE.

Now with a new week ahead of us, we present the latest installment of our weekly drops list, showcasing what’s to come from your favorite footwear brands. Take a look at the list below and let us know what releases you’re looking forward to.

Off-White™ x Nike Zoom Terra Kiger 5

Release Date: Available now
Release Price: $180 USD
Where to Buy: Select Nike retailers including SSENSE
Why You Should Cop: Made in women’s sizing only, cop a pair for one of those lucky ladies in your life.

AWAKE NY x ASICS GEL-KAYANO 5 360

Release Date: June 25
Release Price: $180 USD
Where to Buy: AWAKE NY’s webstore
Why You Should Cop: Inspired by Angelo Baque‘s time spent in New York and Paris, the pack has so far only been released via special pop-ups located in the aforementioned bustling cities. Lovers of the capitals, and the label of course, will want to get their hands on the ASICS GEL-KAYANO® 5 360 when they receive a wider release this week.

atmos x Nike Air Max 95 Exclusive

Release Date: June 26
Release Price: ¥18,000 JPY (approximately $170 USD)
Where to Buy: atmos’ webstore
Why You Should Cop: If you’re able to get your hands on a pair of these atmos-exclusive Nike Air Max 95s, you’ll surely be the envy of many sneakerheads. And not only that, this marks atmos’ first Air Max 95 remake since last year’s “WE LOVE NIKE” pack.

adidas Pulseboost HD Runner

Release Date: June 27
Release Price: $140 USD
Where to Buy: Select adidas retailers and adidas.com
Why You Should Cop: adidas’ new running model links up to a custom Spotify playlist depending on where you are in the world, making your daily jogs more enjoyable. Out of the five colorway options — “Solar Red,” “Core Black,” “Core White,” “Grey/Hi-Res Orange” — the monochrome grey option will be a limited-edition release. So for all you running enthusiasts, be sure to cop that iteration.

Matthew M. Williams x Nike Free TR 3 SP

Release Date: June 27
Release Price: TBC
Where to Buy: Select Nike retailers and nike.com
Why You Should Cop: The Matthew M. Williams x Nike Free TR 3 SP capsule initially released at the NikeLab Chicago Re-Creation Center c/o Virgil Abloh earlier this month. To avoid that sky-high resale tag, mark your calendars for the collaborative sneaker’s global release.

Stranger Things x Nike Collection Drop 1 “Hawkins”

Release Date: June 27
Release Price: $120 USD for each silhouette (Blazer High, Cortez and Tailwind)
Where to Buy: Nike.com
Why You Should Cop: Ready yourselves for the return of Stranger Things with this trio pack that pays homage to 1985 and the hit Netflix sci-fi series. A matching apparel collection will also release alongside the above kicks, comprised of phys-ed-influenced pieces, such as sweats and tees.

GOLF le FLEUR* x Converse Rainbow

Release Date: June 28
Release Price: TBC
Where to Buy: Golf Wang webstore
Why You Should Cop: Tyler, The Creator and his Golf Wang brainchild keep their ongoing collaborative efforts with Converse nice and fresh. Although Pride month is almost over, this Rainbow colorway will let you celebrate the festivities all-year long.

PLEASURES x Reebok Aztrek & Club C 85

Release Date: June 28
Release Price: €109 EUR for the Club C 85 and €129 EUR for the Aztrek (approximately $120 USD and $147 USD)
Where to Buy: Select PLEASURES and Reebok retailers, and reebok.com
Why You Should Cop: Reebok’s retro models gets updated with PLEASURES‘ design ethos. One sees a smooth all-black makeover, while the other sports a vibrant blue and green suede upper; both of which will be sure to turn heads on the streets.

size? x New Balance 990v5

Release Date: June 28
Release Price: $180 USD
Where to Buy: size? previews app and in selected size? stores
Why You Should Cop: This size? collaborative NB 990v5 model is limited to only 500 pairs. ‘Nuff said.

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Gym Red/Black”

Release Date: June 29
Release Price: £129.95 GBP (approximately $166 USD)
Where to Buy: SNEAKRS UK
Why You Should Cop: This Air Jordan 1 OG will have MJ fans up in a frenzy seeing as the colorway is a play on the iconic “Chicago” theme.

Ghostbusters x BAPE 35th Anniversary BAPESTAs

Release Date: June 29
Release Price: ¥7,800 JPY (approximately $72 USD)
Where to Buy: Global BAPE retailers and bape.com
Why You Should Cop: If you’ve missed BAPE‘s first Ghostbusters collaboration from 10-years prior, now’s your chance to cop a pair of coveted BAPESTAs.

adidas YEEZY BOOST 700 “Utility Black”

Release Date: June 29
Release Price: $300 USD
Where to Buy: Select adidas retailers, adidas.com and YEEZY SUPPLY
Why You Should Cop: Dressed in the fan-favorite colorway of all-black with a gum-colored outsole, these YEEZYs will be sure to sell out. Don’t sleep on them.

Keith Haring x adidas Originals Collection

Release Date: June 30
Release Price: $140 USD for the Rivalry High; $120 USD for the Nizza Hi; $100 USD for the Stan Smith
Where to Buy: Select adidas retailers and adidas.com
Why You Should Cop: Keith Haring‘s signature graphics dress three popular adidas models. For fans of the American artist, these footwear silhouettes are definitely a more affordable option than coping one of his original prints.

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