Sneakers You Need to Check Out This Weekend

If you are looking for the best sneaker releases this weekend, you have come to the right place. The following article will cover the latest in the sneaker world, including the Air Jordan 3 Desert Elephant, Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG Reverse Mocha, Nike Air Force One Mid Olive Green Total Orange Drop, and more. Read on to learn more! Enjoy!

Air Jordan 3 Desert Elephant

The Air Jordan 3 Desert Elephant is a lifestyle-focused colorway of the iconic silhouette. It replaces the iconic grey/black pattern with a more earthy finish that features a Fossil Stone tongue and accents in orange. The shoe’s upper is made of black leather with details of the elephant’s face and has a white midsole and grey outsole.

When is the Air Jordan 3 Desert Elephant releasing? The retro colorway is expected to release on July 30th. This sneaker comes in both men’s and grade-school sizing, and is expected to cost $200. The colorway will be available at a wide range of retailers and is expected to hit the shelves at the end of July. In addition, a Fire Red version of the sneaker is slated to release on September 10th.

When is the Air Jordan 3 Desert Elephant releasing? This is the second of three colourways expected to release in 2022. They are expected to release in April. According to the SNKRS app, they will cost $200. You can also check out a sneaker’s release date on the Nike website. It’s also worth checking out the upcoming “White Cement” colorway of the Air Jordan 3.

Travis Scott X Air Jordan 1 Low OG Reverse Mocha

The latest sneaker collaboration from Travis Scott and Air Jordan is the Travis x Air Jordan 1 Low OG Reverse Moha. The name of this low top lifestyle shoe is a play on the original collaboration with a color scheme that reverses. The same color scheme is featured on both pairs, but with different color coordination. Unlike the original Jordan 1 Low, however, the new version looks much better.

The sneaker’s upper features a medial side panel with a sock liner featuring an animated face. The heel tabs feature Air Jordan wings on the right sneaker, while Cactus Jack lands on the left shoe. The reverse Swoosh completes the design. The sneaker is expected to release in 2022. A limited edition of this sneaker will be released, so be sure to grab yours today.

Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS Newstalgia Varsity Red

The Air Jordan 1 is a staple in the basketball wardrobe. The women’s version of the Air Jordan 1 comes in a stylish Red and Grey colourway. These sneakers feature a plush leather upper with lace-up fastening and breathable perforations. Plus, they sit on a cushioned midsole and grippy rubber outsole.

A new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 is slated for release later this summer. The Air Jordan 1 High OG is expected to release in women’s sizing on July 23. Previously, the shoe was expected to drop on February 4th, but is now set to release on July 23 for $170. Below are official images of the new women’s release. Be sure to check out our Air Jordan release pages for more information.

The latest WMNS Newstalgia model is the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Newstalgia” colorway. The shoe is made of leather and features varsity red accents. The leather upper is lined with soft terry cloth and has red chenille Swooshes. On the tongue and Swoosh, thick chenille is used to cover the Swoosh. A red rubber outsole finishes off the look.

Nike Air Force 1 Mid Olive Green Total Orange Drop

The Nike Air Force One Mid is set to make its return this summer in a new colorway. Featuring a tumbled white leather upper with olive green overlays and bold orange Jewel Swooshes, this version of the iconic silhouette is sure to turn heads and get you into the summer spirit. The sneaker is finished off with a white midsole and cream rubber outsole, as well as a quote printed on the tongue.

The AF1 was designed by Bruce Kilgore, a former sculptor at Nike. The shoe is considered the best sneaker ever produced by the company and features the latest cushioning technology. In the late 1970s, Nike decided to add noble gases to the shoe’s sole. This led many to believe that the “Air sole” simply contained air, but it’s actually a combination of two gases that cushion the foot.