Sneakerheads will have plenty to choose from this weekend, with releases from Nike, Under Armour, Jordan and Reebok hitting stores.
Check out what you can add to your collection Friday and Saturday.
Under Armour Curry One Low Two-A-Days
Friday sees two colorways of the Curry One Low, named Two-A-Days, both with a retail price of $110. One has a predominantly black upper with metallic silver accents in the brand’s logo and Curry’s logo near the heel and on the tongue, respectively. The shoe’s outsole is black and stealth. The second Two-A-Days colorway features a graphite upper with metallic silver accents on the toe cap, with black on the brand’s lock, Curry’s logo, the liner and the laces. The shoe’s outsole is also graphite.
Nike KD 8 Suit
The latest edition of the KD 8, the Suit, will hit stores Friday, with a retail price tag of $180. The shoe features a court-purple upper with prominent hints of bright crimson from the toe cap to the midsole, becoming less prominent from the midsole to the heel. The upper also features the brand’s green-strike color on the swoosh logo and KD logo on the tongue. The outsole is primarily vivid purple, with the green strike making an appearance on the full-length Zoom Air unit on the bottom.
Reebok Question Low
The signature shoe of NBA great Allen Iverson will hit stores once again on Friday, with a retail price of $115. The upper has a gray with white polka-dot panel above a black panel. The white outsole has aqua on the shoe’s bottom.
Nike x Concepts Dunk High SB and Stefan Janoski Max
Two silhouetets from the SB Grail Collection will be released Friday: the Dunk High SB and Stefan Janoski Max. Both shoes have a retail price of $120. The SB Dunk High Stained Glass features a stained-glass print, in leather with textured, clear overlays that replicate the look of stained glass, with no two prints having the stained-glass design in the same places. The shoe is packaged in a matching custom box. The SB Janoski Max Mosaic takes inspiration from mosaic tiling, with faded pastels on the upper that replicate the cracking of time-worn mosaics wearing away to reveal the pure-white suede underlay. It also has stained-glass detailing on the footbed and comes packaged in a custom mosaic-printed box.
Jordan Retro 7
Jordans are sneakerhead favorites, and now another retro silhouette will be available Saturday. The Retro 7, which will have a retail price tag of $190, will feature a predominantly black upper with red accents. The outsole is black, university red and poison green.