TOP SNEAKER RELEASES WEEK 37
PSG x Air Jordan 6 Low "Cement Grey"
The colour combination of this pair is kept rather neutral, but features effective colour accents and eye-catching details in the midsole. Most of the uppers are a muted shade of grey, surrounded by light grey overlays, laces and decorative stitching. Bright orange accents flash through the Jumpman logos stitched to the centre and the PSG logos on the heels. Below, the midsole's curved shapes are adorned with celestial splashes, while the tread shimmers in AJ6's traditional ice blue. You can shop these sneakers on 20 September for 200€.
GmbH x Asics Gel-Kayano 14 Legacy "Cilantro"
The GmbH x ASICS Gel-Kayano 14 Legacy "Cilantro" was first spotted at the GmbH Fall/Winter 2023 runway show and now official images have surfaced. The collaboration includes two colourways: a classic Panda-like version in grey/black and an eye-catching version in coriander green/gold. The latest iterations have a runner-like silhouette and are adorned with futuristic details. Both colourways feature co-branded details that symbolise the partnership between the two brands. Don't miss the release on 21 September.
A-COLD-WALL x Nike Air Max Plus "Onyx"
The exoskeleton of the TN98 by A-COLD-WALL x Nike Air Max Plus "Onyx" is thermoformed and has a highly stylised wavy upper that adds a textural touch to the silhouette. The shoe is also designed to patina over time, making each shoe unique over time and through wear. A "worn" Nike Air cushioning system is also incorporated into the TN98 to enhance the individual "worn-in" look without sacrificing comfort. The two colourways "Stone" and "Onyx" will be available from 21 September via Nike SNKRS.
NOAH x Puma Pro Star "White/Green"
The New York label Noah and PUMA are continuing their successful collaboration. They had already joined forces in June and relaunched the PUMA Wimbledon model. This time they are taking aim at forbidden art museums and extending their cooperation to several seasons. The focus remains on vintage sportswear with a sophisticated East Coast flair. The NOAH x Puma Pro Star in white and green is a low-cut sneaker that stands out with its linear perforations, co-branded tongue and embossed backs. Check out selected retailers on 23 September if you want to buy the sneakers.
J Balvin x Air Jordan 3 "Medellín Sunset"
In 2020, the world got its first taste of how J Balvin and Jordan Brand's energy can come together in a colourful pair of trainers. They started with the Air Jordan 1 and last year launched a joint version of the Air Jordan 2. Now, the Colombian artist continues the series by reworking the Air Jordan 3. The shoe's official colour co-ordination is "Multi-Color" - all under the name "Medellín Sunset". The sneaker is available from 23 September for 250€ at Nike and selected retailers.