Last month we saw the long-awaited Air Dior drop that sent sneakerheads crazy. Now, we are all out pounding the city’s pavement this summer or hitting the trails, so we decided to round up some of our favorite anticipated drops for the rest of the month.

Editor’s Picks:

Adidas YEEZY Boost 350 V2 (Zyon)

RELEASE DATE Jul. 25, 2020 available HERE!

YEEZY Boost 350 V2 welcomes the Zyon. Using a multi-toned Primeknit upper, this sneaker uses a special knitting process that creates a one-of-a-kind Primeknit upper for every pair. Using a mostly grey colorway, it features a dyed monofilament side stripe and sits on the classic Boost midsole unit.

Off-White x Air Jordan 4 “Sail”

RELEASE DATE Jul. 25, 2020

So this drop has been covered by both men’s and women’s, some are on the fence for it, but we are saying it’s a go. This collaborative Air Jordan 4 flaunts an official mix of Sail, Muslin, White, and Black. With the neutral hue dominating its profile, the shoe features the signature Off-White™ deconstructed details, including “AIR” branding printed on the midsole, a cream zip-tie, and hangtag, as well as the distinct Off-White™ text branding on the inner lateral side.


Adidas Yeezy Boost 380 Blue Oat

RELEASE DATE Jul. 25, 2020

The new Yeezy model comes with a Primeknit upper covered in hues of dark brown with a vivid orange camo-like pattern, alongside a pinkish tan sockliner. The highlight “Blue Oat” component is prominent on the perforated side stripe, while a light brown midsole encasing the Boost cushioning with a slight elevation on the heel, and a rubber outsole tops off the design.


Air Jordan 1 High OG Japan Metallic Silver

RELEASE DATE Jul. 25, 2020

The Air Jordan 1 High OG Japan Metallic Silver is reflective of the original 2001 Air Jordan 1 High “Japan” that was limited to 2,001 pairs. This time featuring “Nike Air” branded tongues, the silhouette is draped in a similar Neutral Grey, White, and Metallic Silver color scheme as found on the 2001 version.


Nike ISPA Overreact FK Sandal

RELEASE DATE Jul.31, 2020

Nike ISPA Overreact Sandal amplifies the former’s sophisticated approach to extreme comfort with a stripped-down, warm-weather-ready build. Notably, the midsole and outsole carry a disproportionate tread pattern, devised as an ode to improvised traction systems and adapting the Overreact pattern to a fresh aesthetic convention. The upper takes heavy influence from functional improvisation achieved when stripping down design to its bare essentials.