Top 5 Releases of August August 29 2015, 0 Comments

5.  adidas Crazylight Boost 2015 "Andrew Wiggins"

The reigning Rookie of the Year will don the Primeknit upper / Boost cushioning sneaker. In this beautiful Blue / White and Grey upper, these would look great with a Minnesota Timberwolves uniform. If Wiggins has another great season, expect his logo to be on his first signature shoe next year.

4. Nike Kobe X Elite Flyknit Low "Drill Sergeant"

Another pair of Kobes. These came out of the blue and dropped quickly. With a Radiant Emerald upper and a Total Orange Swoosh outline, these brought two bold colors and let them clash. While many fans are waiting for the Kobe XIs (rumored to be designed by Tinker Hatfield), these are the latest in the Flyknit Elite model to drop.

3. adidas Yeezy Boost 350 "Pirate Black"

Before you call shenanigans on this list because of the Yeezys, hear us out. It's not the hype. These are actually good looking for retail. The red stitching gives the black and grey upper a nice kick. Although these are going HAM on eBay, forums, and sneaker groups, we would not advise spending the guap on them, unless you got it like that. In that case, ball out!

2. Under Armour Curry One "Championship Banner"

Seriously, if anybody says Under Armour didn't hit the jackpot with Chef Curry, they're lying. In a solid Championship Banner colorway, these are so simple and so nice. An all black upper is contrasted with yellow branding. Simple as that.

1. Asics Gel-Lyte III Olive / Black "Squad"

To switch things up, we added the Footpatrol X Asics collab which recently dropped. These feature a beautiful shade of Olive Green and Black accents.

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