Basketball Kicks Rule This Weekend’s Sneaker Releases

Sneakerheads have plenty to choose from this weekend: new and classic basketball favorites, collabs and more. Check out what you could add to your collection Friday and Saturday.

Nike Flyknit Racer “Rainbow”

One of the most beloved current running shoes gets a “Rainbow” makeover, which arrives in stores on Friday. The Nike Flyknit Racer “Rainbow” will retail for $150.

Nike Flyknit Racer Rainbow
Nike Flyknit Racer “Rainbow.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike

Reebok Question Mid “Practice”

For the latest Question release marking its 20th anniversary, Reebok will release the “Practice” iteration on Friday. The shoe pays homage to the infamous press conference 14 years ago during which Philadelphia 76ers star Allen Iverson used the word repeatedly. The shoe will retail for $130.

Reebok Question Mid Practice
Another look at the Reebok Question Mid “Practice.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Reebok

Packer Shoes x Reebok Phase 1 Pro “Corner ’85”

Looking back on one of the hottest shoes sold at Packer Shoes when the store was located in Yonkers, N.Y. — and the style of the era — the retailer will release its Packer Shoes x Reebok Phase 1 Pro “Corner ’85” collab on Friday. The shoe will retail for $110.

Packer Shoes Reebok Phase 1 Pro Corner '85
Packer Shoes x Reebok Phase 1 Pro “Corner ’85.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Packer Shoes

Undefeated x Asics Gel Lyte V “Disarray”

The West Coast retailer teamed up with Asics for its Gel Lyte V “Disarray” collab, inspired by the “Dazzle Painting” camouflage system that protected battleships during World War I. The shoe arrives Friday, but the price has not yet been disclosed.

Undefeated Asics Gel Lyte V Disarray
Undefeated x Asics Gel Lyte V “Disarray.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Undefeated

Adidas Crazylight Boost 2.5 James Harden PE “Away”

James Harden is watching the NBA playoffs from home, but that doesn’t mean you couldn’t wear his sneakers on the court throughout the summer. The “Away” iteration of the Adidas Crazylight Boost 2.5 drops Saturday and will retail for $130.

Adidas James Harden Crazylight Boost 2.5 Away
The “Away” iteration of the Adidas James Harden Crazylight Boost 2.5.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Adidas.

Nike Kyrie 2 “Crossover”

Kyrie Irving’s latest signature shoe, the Kyrie 2, will be released Saturday in an iteration named after a move he’s known for on the court: the crossover. The shoe will retail for $120.

Nike Kyrie 2 Crossover
Nike Kyrie 2 “Crossover.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike

Air Jordan 10 Retro “Los Angeles” and “Chicago”

The “City Series” pack of the Air Jordan 10 that started in 1995 will have two new releases on Saturday: the “Los Angeles” and “Chicago” iterations. The shoes will retail for $190 each.

Air Jordan 10 Retro Los Angeles
Air Jordan 10 Retro “Los Angeles.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike
Air Jordan 10 Retro Chicago
Air Jordan 10 Retro “Chicago.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike


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