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As summer officially comes to a close, fall is off to a strong start with several noteworthy sneaker releases you can pick up right now.
Key drops this week include the latest Air Jordan signature sneaker, limited-edition Adidas NMDs, Swarovski Nikes and more.
Nike’s Hispanic Heritage Month releases continues with this Latino Heritage Movement style of the Classic Cortez designed by Chilean artist Inti.
INTI x Nike Classic Cortez LHM, $100; nike.com
Germany’s The Good Will Out gives the Adidas NMD City Sock a blacked-out ninja-inspired makeover.
The Good Will Out
The Good Will Out x Adidas NMD CS1 PK “Ankoku Toshi Jutsu,” from $300; ebay.com
Nike’s Swarovski crystal covered Air Max 97 LX uses the retro sneaker’s original “Silver Bullet” colorway for a shimmering limited-edition style.
Nike Air Max 97 LX Swarovski, from $600; ebay.com
The futuristic Adidas Consortium Twinstrike A//D was inspired by black holes, and its look is fittingly suited for outer space.
Adidas Twinstrike A//D, from $280; ebay.com
The latest Air Jordan performance sneaker debuts today in the form of the “Rosso Corsa” Air Jordan 32. This sports car-inspired look takes cues from 1986’s Air Jordan 2.
Air Jordan 32 “Rosso Corsa,” $185; nike.com
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