RELEASE REMINDER: 9/23/16-9/24/16 September 22 2016, 0 Comments

Autumn has officially begun, which means Fall kicks are here! The time has come to embrace those rich, settling colorways that are characteristic of a new season. This weekend the Sneaker World welcomes 5 diverse offerings from Nike, Adidas, Jordan, and Ewing Athletics. Hopefully, you’ve already started clearing out space in your closet!
Today, Friday, September 23rd, runners and hoopers can welcome two classic silhouettes in never before seen color schemes. The Dave White x Nike Air Max 95 Albion Pack will be releasing in two distinct iterations. Dropping for $200 a piece, this collection pays homage to Britain's most premier ContemporaryArtist. In addition, the Ewing 33 Hi Camo/Gum will arrive at retailers for $120. Both army fatigue and gum outsoles are reflective of Fall attire. Patrick Ewing’s presence in the Sneaker Industry has never been stronger.
If Friday’s lineup doesn't sound enticing, Saturday, September 24th is likely to draw your interest. The Sneaker Gods have blessed us with 3 of the most coveted kicks of 2016. Jordan Brand is scheduled to release the Air Jordan 5 Bronze for $190. Nike Basketball is even dropping the Kyrie 2 Black Crimson Speckle for $120. While these are both viable sneaker options, there’s one shoe that severely outweighs the rest!
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga will finally become available at select retailers across the globe. If you’re lucky enough to acquire a pair from the Adidas Confirmed app, Eastbay, or a sneaker boutique, be prepared to dish out $220. Blessings to everyone picking up kicks this weekend and be sure to grab a Reshoevn8r kit to keep them crispy!

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