Weekend Sneaker Releases: Nike, Under Armour, Puma, Fila & Reebok

If you haven’t picked up a new pair of sneakers in a while, this coming weekend is your chance to grab a few, as top athletic brands are hitting stores with lots of options to choose from. Check you what you can pick up this weekend.

Reebok Question “Prototype”

Different iterations of the first signature shoe of former NBA great Allen Iverson, the Question, will hit stores throughout 2016 – the 20th anniversary of the shoe – starting with the “Prototype,” a prototypical iteration developed for the baller before he stepped foot on an NBA court. The shoe drops Friday and will retail for $200.

Reebok Prototype Question Alen Iverson
Reebok Question “Prototype.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Reebok

Adidas D Lillard 2 “Road”

A road-inspired colorway for NBA star Damian Lillard’s second signature shoe with Adidas, the D Lillard 2, arrives Friday. The shoe, boasting a predominantly black upper with red throughout, will retail for $105.

Adidas D Lillard 2 Road
Adidas D Lillard 2 “Road.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Adidas

Nike Air Foamposite One “University Blue”

The brand’s acclaimed 1990s basketball silhouette reappears on Friday with the release of the “University Blue” iteration. The shoe, a favorite of sneakerheads and ballers alike, will retail for $230.

Nike Air Foamposite One University Blue
Nike Air Foamposite One “University Blue.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of City Gear

Fila Royalty Pack

The two-shoe collection boasts one of the brand’s iconic basketball silhouettes as well as a tennis classic. The MB and the Original Tennis will hit stores on Friday and retail for $100 and $75, respectively.

Fila MB Royalty Pack
Fila MB of the Royalty Pack.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Fila
Fila Original Tennis Royalty Pack
Fila Original Tennis of the Royalty Pack.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Fila

Adidas x Nice Kicks NMD

The renowned running silhouette from Adidas gets a 1960s-inspired psychedelic makeover, courtesy of Nice Kicks. The shoe hits select Adidas Consortium retail partners on Saturday and will retail for $170.

Nice Kicks x Adidas NMD Runner
Nice Kicks x Adidas NMD Runner at the storied intersection of San Francisco’s Haight and Ashbury streets.
CREDIT: Courtesy of brand.

Under Armour Curry Two “BHM” and “Elite”

Stephen Curry is unstoppable this season, and in the athletic footwear world, so are his sneakers. The Curry Two arrives in two colorways: BHM and Elite. The Under Armour shoes will retail for $130.

Under Armour Curry Two BHM
Under Armour Curry Two “BHM.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Foot Locker
Under Armour Curry Two Elite
Under Armour Curry Two “Elite.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Foot Locker

Concepts x New Balance TBTF “Night Trail”

Renowned retailer Concepts is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and will release several collaborations with top brands to commemorate the year. Next up is the New Balance TBTF “Night Trail” collab, which arrives on Saturday and will retail for $135.

Concepts New Balance TBTF Night Trail
Another look at the Concepts x New Balance TBTF “Night Trail.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Concepts

Rise x Puma Blaze of Glory “Lost Ones”

The second AIDS awareness collaboration acclaimed retailer Rise will release with Puma arrives on Saturday. “Lost Ones,” a tribute to people who have succumbed to the disease, hits stores Saturday and will retail for $145.

Rise Puma Lost Ones Blaze of Glory
Rise x Puma Lost Ones Blaze of Glory.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Rise

Air Jordan Spike 40 Black History Month

Nike and Jordan Brand continue to release its Black History Month iterations, with its Air Jordan Spike 40 silhouette up next. The Blach History Month edition will retail for $200 and hits stores Saturday.

Air Jordan Spike 40 BHM
Air Jordan Spike 40 “BHM.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike

Air Jordan 2 Retro “Alternate”

The “Alternate” colorways of the signature shoes of NBA icon Michael Jordan continue to drop. Next up is the Air Jordan 2 “Alternate,” a predominantly black shoe with red hints throughout the upper and outsole. The shoe arrives Saturday and retails for $190.

Air Jordan 2 Retro Alternate
Air Jordan 2 Retro “Alternate.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike

Air Jordan 1 KO High OG “Shadow”

Back in 1985, the The original version of this shoe made its debut in 1985 to complement the leather Air Jordan 1, according to Nike. The shoe will be reintroduced with the same canvas upper in its original black and shadow colorway. The shoe will retail for $140 and arrives Saturday.

Air Jordan 1 KO High OG Shadow
Air Jordan 1 KO High OG “Shadow.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike

Kids’ Kyrie 2 “Court Deck”

The latest kids version of NBA star Kyrie Irving’s signature shoe, the Kyrie 2, is inspired by the baller’s love for skateboarding. The shoe hits stores Saturday and will retail for $100.

Nike Kids' Kyrie 2 Court Deck
Nike Kids’ Kyrie 2 “Court Deck.”
CREDIT: Courtesy of Nike

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