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Eleven Can’t Miss Sneaker News Headlines from September 19th to September 25th

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Although September has (arguably) been quieter than some of the last couple of months, many of the major sneaker players took the official end of summer to unveil their plans for the holiday season.

NIKE, Inc. easily made the most noise with all the Jordans it unveiled. Among the 12 pairs officially confirmed, every Jordan 1 unsurprisingly topped several sneaker enthusiasts’ wish lists. A “Burgundy” arrangement of the Jordan 8 had several collectors hoping pairs arrive in extended sizing, given that the retro is a women’s exclusive. Away from its special capsule for the time of giving, the Jumpman Brand also revealed launch colorways of the 35th Air Jordan silhouette, which reportedly made Michael Jordan smile when he saw Tate Kuerbis’ design. Furthermore, the Jordan Converse Why Not? Pack delivers a nod to one of the subsidiary’s most promising figures: Russell Westbrook. On the Swoosh side of things, the Air Force 1 added a slew of different options to its storied catalog, as did the Dunk High.

Elsewhere, New Balance continued flexing its creative chops with a mix of old and new silhouettes. From the 900 and 1000 series-inspired New Balance 920 to the revived New Balance 2002R, products seen this past week from the North American stalwart have further cemented the company as a formidable force in the sneaker world. adidas also made an entry in the newsweek with a kid-exclusive collaboration with Toy Story.

For all that and more, including a look at potential Travis Scott releases for 2021, check out our top eleven headlines from September 19th to September 25th here ahead.


This Week In Air Jordans
Most unveiled as part of Jordan Brand’s Holiday 2020 Collection.
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READ MORE: Union Jordan 4 Off Noir
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Travis Scott x Air Jordan Updates
It’ll be lit(!) if these pairs actually drop.
READ MORE: Travis Scott Reverse Jordan 1 Low
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Off-White x Nike Rubber Dunk Releasing On October 1st
A silhouette blending Air Max and Pegasus heritage.
READ MORE: Rubber Dunk Off White


First Look At The Nike Kyrie 7 Pre-Heat
Not as loud as previous odes to South Beach, but still noteworthy.
READ MORE: Kyrie 7 Pre Heat


This Week In Nike Dunks
Dominated by Highs.
READ MORE: Slam Jam Dunk High
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READ MORE: Concepts SB Dunk High


This Week In Air Jordan 1 Retro High OGs
Flavors for all taste palettes.
READ MORE: Air Jordan 1 Dark Mocha
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Lucky Green
READ MORE: Midnight Navy Jordan 1
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This Week In Air Jordan 1 Mids
From tonal quilted options to pairs commemorating Mexico’s Dia de Los Muertos.
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Mid


Nike Kobe 5 Protro “5 Rings” Arriving Soon
September 30th to be exact.
READ MORE: Kobe 5 5 Rings


Toy Story And adidas To Launch A Kids-Exclusive Capsule
Did your favorite character make the cut?
READ MORE: adidas Toy Story


This Week In New Balance News
A healthy mix of old and new from the Boston-based brand.
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READ MORE: New Balance 920
READ MORE: STAUD New Balance 327


Nike Air Force 1 Low co.jp “Wheat” Making An Official Return
Bruce Kilgore’s design is still going strong 38 years later.
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