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The AJ12 “Twist” And FTC x Nike SB Dunk Low Headline This Week’s Top Releases

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Next week is huge, not just for sneakers but sport as whole. After a year-long wait, the Tokyo Olympics will finally be underway, kicking off with the support of sneaker brands and fans the world over.

But before we really get into the Summer Games, adidas is starting us off on a note of luxury. Alongside Prada, the brand is crafting two new colorways of the Luna Rossa 21, adding both “Core Black” and “Solid Grey” to the high fashion silhouette’s wardrobe. Then, CLOT is throwing it all the way back to 2006 as they reissue — with a few changes — the Air Max 1 “Kiss of Death” Kanye wore during his appearance in Hong Kong. The Free Run Trail rounds out that Tuesday, adding yet another strong addition to the model’s comeback.

The energy only picks up into the mid-week as the LeBron 8 South Beach finally makes its awaited return. What’s more, FTC is coming out with their very own Nike SB Dunk Low, a bright white and blue celebration of skateboarding’s world stage debut. Three Dunk colorways continue the party on the following day, sporting “Purple Pulse,” “Yellow Strike,” and the “NY vs. NY” theme. Come Friday, expect Space Jam to make yet another cameo atop the LeBron 8, while Off-White and the Phillies apply their signatures to the Air Zoom Tempo NEXT and Question Low, respectively.

Closing us out is none other than the Air Jordan 12 Twist, officially signaling the start to Jordan Brand’s Fall 2021 collection. The Forum 84 ADV also drops the same morning, its design cosigned by skater Diego Nájera.

For a full look at what’s coming this week, keep scrolling!

Sneaker Releases
July 19th (Monday) to July 25th (Sunday)

The Prada x adidas Luna Rossa 21 Returns In “Core Black” And “Solid Grey”
If you have $1390 to spare, you can grab both.
STORE LIST: Core Black
STORE LIST: Solid Grey

CLOT Brings Back The Nike Air Max 1 “K.O.D.” In “Solar Red”
Originally designed for Kanye West.
STORE LIST: CLOT Air Max 1

The Nike Free Run Trail Keeps Its Look Grounded In The Mountains
Perfect for the trail.
STORE LIST: Free Run Trail

FTC Keeps It Playful With Their Upcoming Nike SB Dunk Low Collab
Dropping just days before the Tokyo Olympics.
STORE LIST: FTC Dunk Low

The Nike LeBron 8 “South Beach” Is FINALLY Releasing
Delay it again, Nike. I dare you.
STORE LIST: LeBron 8 South Beach

The Nike Dunk Low “Purple Pulse” Is A Strong Women’s Exclusive
The guys will probably try to scalp these anyway…
STORE LIST: Dunk Low Purple Pulse

Nike Matches The Dunk Low “Purple Pulse” With A “Yellow Strike” Alternate
Same but different.
STORE LIST: Dunk Low Yellow Strike

New York Faces Off Atop This Nike Dunk Low
Which borough will come out on top?
STORE LIST: Dunk Low NY vs NY

The LeBron 8 “Tune Squad” Shows Up Late To Space Jam’s Debut
Better than the LeBron 18 Lows in my opinion.
STORE LIST: LeBron 8 Space Jam

Off-White Keeps It On The Track With Their Air Zoom Tempo NEXT%
The track spikes are back.
STORE LIST: Off-White Zoom Tempo NEXT

These Reebok Question Lows Are A Must Cop For Phillies Fans
Rep the colors from head to toe.
STORE LIST: Question Low Phillies

Diego Nájera Dresses The adidas Forum 84 ADV
The skater’s first signature.
STORE LIST: adidas Forum 84 ADV

The Air Jordan 12 “Twist” Makes Its Late July Debut
The effective start to Fall 2021.
STORE LIST: Air Jordan 12 Twist