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Stussy’s Hand-Dyed Air Force 1s And Patta’s New Balance 991 Headline This Week’s Best Releases

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To close out the last month of the year, near every brand has come out of the woodworks with their own collaborations and inline releases. Friday, specifically, is one of the most eventful dates of 2021 thus far, delivering pairs from Patta, Jaden Smith, and even Stussy. Tuesday, on the other hand, is appropriately the opposite, removed of almost all releases so that the world can honor the first anniversary of Kobe Bryant‘s and Gianna Bryant’s passing with few distractions.

The releases, then, pick up soon after on Wednesday, where Converse will issue three colorways of their sustainable Chuck Taylor All Star Crater. Jordan Brand and Nike follow closely behind, offering the FACETASM Why Not Zer0.4 and the Volt Foamposite Pro, respectively. Thursday is a bit lighter, though it makes up for what it lacks in quantity with quality drops like the Dunk High “Dark Russet,” the Dunk Low “Medium Curry,” and the Concepts x Converse “Southern Flame.”

Rolling into the latter half of the week, Patta brings out their collaborative 991 alongside Jaden Smith’s two neutral-toned Vision Racers. adidas keeps it simple with the Forum ’84 Lo “Bright Blue,” but Nike dials it up a notch as they prepare hand-dyed Air Force 1s with Stussy and the celebratory LeBron 18 “Dunkman.” Saturday features the SNS x ASICS NOVABLAST and the versatile Air Jordan 9 “Dark Charcoal,” while Sunday is supposed to close us out with the Yeezy Boost 700 v2 Cream, the Air Jordan 1 Low CNY, and the Asia exclusive Dunk High Baroque Brown.

For a look at all these releases, keep scrolling.

Sneaker Releases
January 25th to January 31st

The FACETASM x Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 To Release Wednesday, January 27th
Part of the silhouette’s inaugural colorways.
READ MORE: FACETASM x Jordan Why Not Zer0.4

Converse Debuts The Chuck Taylor All Star Crater
Another sustainable entry.
READ MORE: Converse Chuck Taylor Crater

Nike Brings Back The Air Foamposite Pro With Loud “Volt” Colorway
Paired with a number of kids sizes.
READ MORE: Foamposite Pro Volt

Nike Doubles Down On Suede With The Dunk High “Dark Russet”
A versatile Spring option.
READ MORE: Dunk High Dark Russet

The Nike Dunk Low Cooks Up Some “Medium Curry” This Week
Neither mild nor spicy.
READ MORE: Dunk Low Medium Curry

The Concepts x Converse “Southern Flame” Collection Officially Releases Jan. 28th
Following the early Concepts App exclusive drop on the 26th.
READ MORE: Concepts Converse

Patta Outfits The New Balance 991 In Pink Suede
For men as well as women.
READ MORE: Patta New Balance 991

Jaden Smith’s New Balance Vision Racer Opts For Triple White And Triple Black
Understated colorways for a loud shoe.
READ MORE: New Balance Vision Racer White
READ MORE: New Balance Vision Racer Black

The adidas Forum ’84 Lo Releases In OG “Bright Blue” Colorway
A must have for fans of the silhouette.
READ MORE: Forum 84 Lo Bright Blue

The Nike Kyrie 7 “Rayguns” Closes Out The Inspired Collection
Back after some slight delays.
READ MORE: Kyrie 7 Rayguns

Stussy Hand-Dyes A Small Batch Of Their Collaborative Air Force 1s
Get ’em while you can.
READ MORE: Stussy Hand-Dyed Air Force 1s

The Dunkman Makes A Return Atop The Nike LeBron 18
A nod to LeBron James’ nickname.
READ MORE: Stussy Hand-Dyed Air Force 1s

SNS Picks Up Running With Their ASICS NOVABLAST
Dubbed “Cozy Pink.”
READ MORE: SNS ASICS NOVABLAST

The Air Jordan 9 “Dark Charcoal” Arrives This Saturday
Keeping up the brand’s back-to-back weekend releases.
READ MORE: Air Jordan 9 Dark Charcoal

The adidas Yeezy Boost 700 v2 Returns In “Cream”
Offered for the more affordable price.
READ MORE: Yeezy Boost 700 v2 Cream

The Air Jordan 1 Low “Chinese New Year” Closes Out The Week
A very limited celebration for the Year of the Ox.
READ MORE: Air Jordan 1 Low CNY

Nike SB Drops The Dunk High “Baroque Brown” In Asia
Maybe they’ll bless us here in the US too.
READ MORE: Dunk High Baroque Brown

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