In the world of sneakers and fashion, release dates and build-up to drops whether it's been through raffles or first come first serve, have always created hype and a craze.
We have decided to compile a list of the best releases for the next week.

Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Black Toe"

Rumours of the Air Jordan 1 Low OG "Black Toe" first surfaced back in 2022, with leaked imagery confirming the release shortly after. Now, with the official launch only a couple of days away, retailers around the globe have shared an even better, more detailed glimpse at the upcoming colourway.

The upper of the Jordan 1 Retro Low stays true to this OG colourway and showcases a striking blend of premium black and white leathers, accented by a vibrant red heel counter. Classic elements, such as the iconic Swoosh and the timeless 'Wings' logo, are in black. All this sits atop a clean, white midsole, proving that simplicity can still make a statement.

Where: Lemkus, Shelflife

When: Friday 28 July 2023






Air Jordan 3 "Palomino"


This Earthy Air Jordan 3 exhibits a superior blend of light Orewood Brown, metallic gold, light British Tan, and Palomino. Amped up with the luxury of metallic gold accents, this release provides a premium twist on this iconic silhouette. 


Where: Nike SNKRS

When: Saturday 29 July 2023





Adidas x Bad Bunny Campus "Chalky Brown"


Mirroring previous releases from the popstar and Adidas, the upper has a textured short-haired suede upper with leather detailing and chunky proportions.

A double tongue makes the area below the laces even more bulky than normal and thick padding at the heel provides increased comfort while also seriously increasing the 'chunk'

This new colourway has warm tones and an autumn colour palette infusing ochre and wood-brown tones.



When: Saturday 29 July





Nike NOCTA Glide "Black White"


The Nike NOCTA Glide is heavily informed by early-era basketball shoes, closely referencing the design of the Zoom Flight 95. In addition to incorporating many of the same materials such as carbon fibre, most notably the pair boasts a bug-eyed sole nearly identical to that of the retro basketball sneaker. The colourway itself appears to be borrowed, proffering a neutral-dominant look reminiscent of its inspiration's "Black Metallic" style.


Look out for this release as this sneaker is supposed to release in the upcoming weeks.





Nike x Martine Rose 

Apparel Collection


Coinciding with the Women's FIFA World Cup, Nike and Croyden-born Martine Rose join forces to give the women's game the recognition it deserves. 

These looks are inspired by Martine Rose's sartorial vision for women footballers, advancing new ideas in style and sport. The collection features unisex pieces such as football-inspired dress shirts, water-repellant trench coats and more. 

This release is certainly different but is designed to hold a statement. Martine Rose also returns with a refresh of her now-iconic Nike Shox MR4. Drawing from the vibrant hues of '90s goalkeeper jerseys, the latest edition launches in striking gradient colour.


Where: Nike SNKRS

When: Thursday 27 July

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