9 Best Sneaker Launches of the Week to Shop for Now

This week’s most noteworthy sneaker launches consist of styles for just about any fan. The selection includes limited-edition collaborations and timeless silhouettes, as well as new models from brands that are wise choices for upgrading your sneaker rotation.

Below, you’ll find links to shop for this week’s top releases from Nike, Adidas, and Jordan Brand.

1. Air Jordan 11 Women’s ‘Vast Grey’

For this year’s holiday season, Jordan Brand treats the ladies with a new iteration of the timeless Air Jordan 11 that features a glittery upper to make a statement everywhere you go.

Air Jordan 11 Women's 'Vast Grey'
The Air Jordan 11 Women’s “Vast Grey.”

To buy: Air Jordan 11 Women’s “Vast Grey”; StockX

2. Undercover x Nike Air Max 720

Fashion brand Undercover designer Jun Takahashi puts his spin on the latest Nike Air Max 720 with a bold color scheme along with his label’s famous tagline “we make noise not clothes” printed on the Air unit.

Undercover x Nike Air Max 720
The Undercover x Nike Air Max 720.

Undercover x Nike Air Max 720; SNKRS, $200.

3. Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low

Nike SB and Jordan Brand come together to reimagine the Air Jordan 1 Low for the skate park in a ‘Desert Ore’ colorway that will eventually reveal hidden colors on the upper through wear.

Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low 'Desert Ore'
The lateral side of the Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low “Desert Ore.”

Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 Low; StockX.

4. Adidas Ultra Boost 20

Adidas is ready to deliver the latest variation of its popular Ultra Boost model for 2020 with a new foot-hugging Primeknit upper paired with the trademark Boost cushioning underneath that longtime fans will recognize instantly.

Adidas UltraBoost 20
Adidas UltraBoost 20.
CREDIT: Adidas

Adidas Ultra Boost 20; Adidas, $180.

5.Matthew M. Williams x Nike Joyride CC3 Setter

Alyx founder and creative director Matthew M. Williams is best known for his fashion-forward collaboration and does that with his new collaboration of the Nike Joyride Setter.

MMW x Nike Joyride CC3 Setter
The MMW x Nike Joyride CC3 Setter.

MMW x Nike Joyride CC3 Setter; Nike, $200.

6. Air Jordan 12 ‘Dark Grey’

Getting ready to turn heads with the new ‘Dark Grey’ colorway of the Air Jordan 12 executed with a white leather upper and contrasted with rich shades of dark grey on the mudguard, outsole, and heel.

Air Jordan 12 "White/Dark Grey"
The Air Jordan 12 “White/Dark Grey.”

Air Jordan 12 “Dark Grey”; SNKRS; $190.

7. Nike LeBron 17 ‘Win/Win’

LeBron James continues to show support of Christ the King High School, Fairfax High School, and his alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary’s High School with each women’s team at each high school providing insight into the Nike LeBron 17 ‘Win/Win.’

Nike LeBron 17 Win/Win
The Nike LeBron 17 “Win/Win.”

Nike LeBron 17 “Win/Win”; Nike, $225.

8. Nike Zoom Kobe 4 Protro ‘Wizenard’

A follow up to a legendary 20 year NBA career, Kobe Bryant enters the storytelling world by creating his first young adult fantasy novel, the Wizenard Series: Training Camp inspiring this colorway of the popular Nike Zoom Kobe 4 Protro.

Nike Zoom Kobe 4 Protro Wizenard
The Nike Zoom Kobe 4 Protro “Wizenard.”

Nike Zoom Kobe 4 Protro “Wizendard”; Nike, $180.

9. Nike Air Max Triax 96 ‘University Red’

For the first time ever, Nike is bringing back the cult-classic Air Max Triax 96 running sneaker in the original “University Red” colorway.

Nike Air Max Triax 96 University Red
The Nike Air Max Triax 96 “University Red.”

Nike Air Max Triax 96 “University Red”; Nike, $130.

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