Keeping track of sneaker releases can be tricky at the best of times, but as the OG’s in Organising The Chaos, we’ve made it simple for you. Below is a list of the hottest drops this week, so you don’t take any L’s! Check our newsfeed every Monday for an updated round up.
Step into style with the Nike Dunk Low SE ‘Dusty Olive’, a statement piece for not only your sneaker rotation, but wardrobe as a whole. The military green lining and Pro Gold accents create a visually bold appeal, whilst the white rubber midsole adds versatility, counterbalancing the vibrant hues. Nodding to 2001’s ‘Ugly Duckling’ era, this sneaker seamlessly blends historical design with modern trends. Don’t settle for ordinary – lace up in a pair that’s a fashion-forward journey through time, where the Nike Dunk Low SE ‘Dusty Olive’ is more than a finishing touch; it’s a style evolution.
As far as cheesy collaborations go, this one has got to take the top spot. Thanks to Chester the Cheetah, the Scoot Zero takes on a striking new look, bursting with a symphony of orange, yellow, and red hues. But it doesn’t stop there; the sneaker pays homage to Chester’s wild side with a daring cheetah print sprawled across the midfoot. As if that’s not fiery enough, the rest of the upper immerses itself in the blazing tones reminiscent of the legendary Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. A reinforced formstrip graces the midfoot, while Scoot Henderson’s logo proudly takes its place on the tongue. It’s more than just a collab; it’s a flamboyant fusion of style and snack culture. Two of our favourite things!
Landing as part of Jumpman’s ‘Reimagined’ series, the silhouette exudes a retro, yet contemporary feel. Borrowing a distinctive colour scheme from its iconic predecessor (the 2019 ‘Bred’ Retro), this remixed iteration swaps out nubuck panelling for a premium leather look. Paying homage to the OG with its timeless support wings and midsole, this luxurious shift in materials is only likely to make this shoe even more sought-after. Word on sneaker street, there will be 500,000 of these AJ4’s to go around globally, so act fast!
Returning once again to the distinctive adidas Response CL silhouette, we’ve got a look at Bad Bunny’s all-new ‘Wonder White’ palette. Boasting a harmonious blend of tonal white and cream hues that emphasise the intricacy of the design. Black detailing highlights the iconic Three-Stripes iconography, which takes centre stage on the lateral and medial sidewalls.
Next up, it’s legendary baller Devin Booker’s debut Nike sneaker – the Book 1 ‘Light Orewood Brown’. Despite expressing a palette of subdued hues, there’s more than meets the eye within these refined kicks. The Nike Book 1 unfolds Devin Booker’s life journey, featuring a barcode with significant numbers, family initials on the tongue tag, and a heel tab resembling book pages, all culminating in the clever ‘Chapter One’ spine on the heel. Soft fabric and nubuck overlay uppers feature ankle perforations, ensuring breathability. Inside, a cosy nylon lining adds comfort, while pops of Safety Orange infuse vibrant energy mirroring the insole’s intricate design.
Blending the worlds of football and skateboarding, the adidas Samba XLG emerges with an authentic aesthetic that speaks volumes. Embodying the enduring love for iconic styles in the sneaker community, this iteration stays true to its roots whilst boasting a distinctive edge. The silhouette enhances its charm with accentuated details like sidewall patterns, a beefed-up midsole, and leather Three Stripes. In a play of black and white across both colourways, metallic gold flashes accentuate ‘Samba’ branding and the Trefoil logo on the tongue, concluding with a chunky gum rubber sole.
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