It’s Friday and the weekend is upon us. But before you get your days off started, it’s time to review the last week in sneakers. As we approach NBA All-Star weekend, the sneaker world continues to buzz with newly unveiled special edition releases like the awesome glow in the dark adidas T-Mac 3’s we got a first look at on Thursday. The big news for adidas doesn’t stop there, as the “Pirate Black” Yeezy Boost 350 is reportedly restocking later this month, and we also get a preview of a large amount of upcoming NMD colorways. See those stories and all the rest of the week’s pertinent sneaker info in the links below.
Get Ready For More Yeezys On February 19th
Ready for another chance at a pair of Yeezys? We thought so.
Nike Creates The Swoosh Hunter, A Lifestyle Sneaker For The Future
Nike tries to break into the high-fashion sneaker market with this interesting new sneaker, which seems to have equal parts influence from the Mag and Margiela sneakers. In case you missed them earlier in the week, take a full look at the Swoosh Hunter in the link below.
The Next KD “Aunt Pearl” Is Here
The “Aunt Pearl” edition of the Nike KD 8 in honor of Kevin Durant’s late aunt takes a decidedly different approach than last year’s white and pink “winged” KD 7, actually going back to a floral upper much like the KD 6.
adidas NMD Set To Dominate The Season With Several Colorways
Anybody worried about there not being enough colorways of the adidas NMD so far are feeling a little better this week, because a preview of a plethora of new looks for the brand’s hottest new silhouette was revealed.
Jordan Brand With A Huge Restock For All-Star Weekend
As if there weren’t already enough hot sneakers dropping All-Star weekend, Jordan Brand just added two more choices to the mix with a limited restock of the “72-10” Air Jordan 11 and “Maroon” Air Jordan 6. Will your bank account be able to handle everything?
Rick Ross reveals his insane sneaker closet
Ever wanted to know what sneakers Rick Ross has stowed away in his closet? Then you’re in luck. (Just try to ignore the Fusions.)
Nike SB Collaborates With One Of The Most Respected Skateshops In The World
Nike SB once again collabs with respected skate park and shop SPoT for a pirate-themed Dunk High “Gasparilla” inspired by local Tampa culture. Get a full look in the link below to see if these need to be the next Dunks in your collection.
T-Mac Returns To The Sneaker Scene With All-Star Inspired Release
A surprise late addition, adidas’ awesome “Aurora Borealis” collection for All-Star weekend will include the most unique version of the T-Mac 3 ever. Inspired by T-Mac wearing mismatched red and blue colorways of the shoe during the 2004 All-Star game, adidas presents two glow in the dark colorways of the T-Mac 3 with your choice of a green or blue glow and faux-fur accents.
Reebok Honors AI And The Question With OG Release
It couldn’t be a year-long 20th anniversary celebration of the Allen Iverson’s Reebok Question without the OG white and red colorway. After the “Prototype” version dropped this week, Iverson and Reebok fans can get their hands on the iconic red-accented colorway AI debuted on court in 1996 next week. Find full release info in the link below.
A Sneaker Customizer Recreates The Yeezy Boost 750 In Tan Leather
If you’re a fan of the Hender Scheme aesthetic, you’re surely going to dig this similar take on the Yeezy Boost 750 by China-based customizer Sneaker Homie.