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As the holiday and shopping season gets underway, the top players in the sneaker space have given enthusiasts a handful of items to add to their wishlists.


NIKE, Inc. unveiled its history-making collaboration with J Balvin to mixed reviews. The multi-colored, heavily deconstructed Air Jordan 1 was first teased back in February during the Colombian megastar’s Super Bowl LIV half-time show, and fans will finally have the chance to secure a pair at retail on December 8th. Elsewhere under the Brand Jordan subsidiary, 11 pairs were officially confirmed as part of the Jordan Brand Spring 2021 collection. Among them, impressive takes on the Jordan 13, Jordan 5 and the oft-overlooked Jordan 9.

Over on the mainline side of things, a new footwear proposition from Tom Sachs was teased, although a potential release date is likely far away. Ahead of its long-rumored return to original form, the Nike Air Max 95 appeared in its inaugural colorway, but in ever-memeable NDSTRUKT form. A handful of Dunks also emerged, signaling that the Swoosh plans on making 2021 another great year for the once-basketball-staple. Jerry Lorenzo’s Air Fear of God 1 also joined the mix when it dropped in ultra-limited quantity via his brand’s Instagram shop. (The pair had been teased in the Nike x Fear of God winter collection’s campaign last week; Lorenzo took to social media to explain that the pair’s colorway had actually been the original one for the silhouette, and that less than 200 pairs had been made. Half were gifted to the company’s staff, while about 50 pairs were sold through the social media app.)

Away from any Jumpman and swoosh logo, adidas garnered attention for its 4D cushioning through both solo and collaborative efforts. New Balance did the same with its Fresh Foam proposition. Jimmy Butler also shook up the sportswear world when news came out that he had signed a significant deal with China’s Li-Ning. After the amazing 2019-20 NBA Playoffs run he had, it might be time for the world to experience a “Jimmy Buckets” signature sneaker.

For all that and more, check out our top thirteen headlines from November 14th to November 20th here ahead.

Black Friday Week Sneaker Release Preview
No door-busting sales, but all door-busting worthy.
READ MORE: Black Friday Release Dates

J Balvin’s Air Jordan 1 Collaboration Drops On December 8th

READ MORE: J Balvin Jordan 1

Jordan Brand’s Spring 2021 Release Preview
11 pairs tapped into Michael Jordan’s storied legacy.
READ MORE: Jordan Brand Spring 2021

First Look At The Tom Sachs x Nike Mars Yard 2.5
Another step towards workwear.
READ MORE: Mars Yard 2.5

adidas Yeezy “Onyx” Dropping In Two Ways
And you can’t go wrong with either.
READ MORE: Yeezy 380 Onyx
READ MORE: Yeezy 380 Onyx Reflective

This Week In Air Jordan News
Starting saving up for 2021.
READ MORE: Jordan 13 Reverse Bred
READ MORE: Jordan 13 Black Gold
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Mid Voltage Yellow
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Bordeaux
READ MORE: Jordan 5 Total Orange

Nike Adds Armored Plating To The NDSTRUKT Air Max 95
Autobots, roll out?

Jimmy Butler Signs Significant Shoe Deal With Li-Ning
READ MORE: Jimmy Butler Li-Ning

This Week In Nike Dunks
A healthy mix of Highs and Lows.
READ MORE: CPFM Dunk Low Green
READ MORE: Nike Dunk High Varsity Purple
READ MORE: Supreme Nike SB Dunk Brown
READ MORE: Supreme Nike SB Dunk Mean Green

Brain Dead And AMBUSH Tapped By Converse Again For Eccentric Collaborations
“Eccentric” may be an understatement.
READ MORE: Brain Dead Converse

Fear Of God Drops Their Unreleased Air Fear Of God 1 On Instagram
50 pairs.
READ MORE: Nike Fear of God 1 OG

adidas Injects More 4D Releases Into The Fold
Will the 3D-printed cushioning ever top BOOST?
READ MORE: Packer adidas Ultra4D
READ MORE: adidas Ultra4D Miami Nights
READ MORE: adidas Ultra4D Solar Red

This Week In New Balance News
The Boston-based brand keeps the collaborations coming.
READ MORE: J Crew New Balance 10th Anniversary
READ MORE: nonnative New Balance
READ MORE: atmos Staple New Balance X Racer

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