For the first time in a long time, this week’s Sneaker News headlines come devoid of any updates from industry heavy hitters the likes of Travis Scott and Virgil Abloh. One of the week’s indisputable top stories came by way of the Doernbecher Freestyle initiative and the celebration of its 15-year anniversary with the return of some of its most famed drops. Sticking with the Swoosh and the Jumpman, Aleali May’s AJ6s are officially set to release at retailers, Nike SB had another big week with its new Orange Label, and we got a first look at an Air Jordan 7 “Bucks” colorway. For the Three Stripes and its Yeezy sub-brand, West’s adidas Yeezy 700 “Inertia” received an official release date, and Tracy McGrady’s beloved T-MAC 1 is receiving its first retro as a nod to the brand’s glory day of hoops footwear. For all that, and more check out the rest of the week’ top SN headlines below.
Nike Celebrates 15th Anniversary Of Doernbecher Freestyle With Re-issues
Nike re-released a number of beloved DB Sneakers on Nike SNKRS over the course of a week.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 “Inertia” Is Coming On March 9th
Another attractive adidas Yeezy 700 gets its official release date.
Friends And Family Of Jordan Received This Air Jordan 1
A luxe, quilted aesthetic comes to this F&F AJ1.
First Look At The Air Jordan 7 “Bucks”
Giannis’ Bucks get their very own AJ7 color scheme.
Nike SB Air Jordan 1 Coming Soon
Nike SB’s resurgence arrives on the iconic AJ1.
The adidas T-MAC 1 Retro Is Coming Soon
adidas throws it back to its hoops footwear glory days with the return of the T-MAC 1.
Nike SB Launches The Skateshop-Exclusive Orange Label
This intriguing collection is set to be exclusive to skate shops.
adidas Unearths The Ozweego DNA Onto An Updated Neoprene Model
adidas creates a new silhouette that looks awfully similar to the Yeezy 500.
Official Images Of Aleali May’s Upcoming Air Jordan 6 Collaboration
Once thought to be a F&F drop, these feminine AJ6s will finally hit retailers.
Jordan Brand Presents The Air Jordan 4 “Wings” To James Whitner
The Jumpman honors its Wings initiative with an exclusive version of the Jordan 4.