Sneakerheads have some variety this weekend with sneaker releases, with basketball, retro running and retro basketball shoes hitting shelves. Check out what you can add to your collection on Friday and Saturday.
Ronnie Fieg x Slam Jam x Diadora V.7000
The Kith owner, retailer Slam Jam and Diadora teamed up for the release of two shoes using the V.7000 platform: the Primo and Yvan. The shoes will retail for $200 each and be available Friday. The RF7000 Primo uses an olive, off-white, and burgundy color palette, while the Yvan – Navy spelled backwards – features a full navy blue upper with an aquatic blue translucent outsole.
Adidas D Lillard 1 Rip City
Portland Trail Blazers star guard Damian Lillard will start the NBA regular season in a new colorway of his first signature shoe, the Adidas D Lillard 1. The Rip City colorway drops Friday and will retail for $105. The shoe features a white, gray and red upper with gray and black sole.
Under Armour Curry Two Iron Sharpens Iron
The follow-up to Stephen Curry’s first signature shoe, the Under Armour Curry One, will hit stores on Saturday. The first colorway of the Curry Two, named Iron Sharpens Iron, will retail for $130. The shoe will feature a gray, yellow and orange color palette.
Air Jordan 8 Retro Three Time’s A Charm
Paying tribute to the Chicago Bulls’ first three-peat of championships is the latest colorway of the Air Jordan 8 Retro, Three Time’s A Charm. The shoe will retail for $190 and feature a white, infrared, black and bright concord color palette.