Sneaker Releases | How To Cop Last Weeks Top Drops | 11th Sept 23 - The Drop Date

Sneaker Releases | How To Cop Last Weeks Top Drops | 11th Sept 23


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 last week, so you don’t take any L’s! Check our newsfeed every Monday for an updated round up.

Monday 11th September

Nike Dunk Low ‘Yellow Gingham‘ – DZ2777-700


Flaunting an all-over gingham exterior, this might just be the sweetest pair of Dunk Low’s that we’ve seen from Jumpman since the 2021 ‘Easter‘ colourway. Constructed from a premium leather base, this model utilises the 17th century pattern whilst making it feel refreshingly contemporary. Aside from the gingham, the sneaker’s crisp white accents emulate a clean and uplifting persona, which everyone needs in their life.


Tuesday 12th September

Air Footscape Woven ‘Cow’ – FB1959-100

Nike Air Footscape Woven Cow FB1959-100 SNKRS Day 2023

Making a comeback that even a psychic couldn’t see coming – the Nike Air Footscape Woven Cow Print arrives ready and raring to go. Created in 1969 by Tory Orzeck, the model is a perfect blend of two OG players – the Air Footscape and Air Woven. The result? An authentically diverse design that offers a refreshingly new perspective. And if the silhouette itself wasn’t charismatic enough, slap a lairy cow print on it, and you’ve got a wonderfully chaotic iteration that somehow still feels put-together. 


Wednesday 13th September

Nike Air Jordan 1 High ‘Praline’ – FN6622-201


After originally teased late last year, the the Nike Air Jordan 1 High Praline is finally in reach. Flaunting a clean and refined persona, this model feels effortlessly elegant. It’s no surprise that this AJ1 gives off a classy energy; inspired by vachetta tan leather that you’d find on designer bags and accessories. The Praline hue adorning each overlay is complimented by the model’s stand-out feature – satin ribbon lacing. Quite a change from the conventional courtside elements that we’re used to, but we’re into it!


Thursday 14th September

Nike Shox TL ‘Triple Black’ – AR3566-002

After a resurgence in popularity, the Nike Shox TL returns in two monochromatic colourways. We’d be lying if we said that collaborations with big names like Comme Des Garcons and Martine Rose haven’t contributed to the reemergence. Ideal for AW23/24, this iteration executes a jet-black hue for a stealthy, streamlined look. Given the one-tone palette and complex aesthetic, Nike Shox really don’t need to do a lot for a maximum impact.


Nike Shox TL ‘Triple White’ – AR3566-100

Going hand-in-hand with its darker counterpart, the Nike Shox Triple White arrives with an icy steeze (that’s very apt for the upcoming British winter). Supporting your step with a second-to-none cushioning system, elevated style has never been so comfy. Dipped in metallic silver accents within the heel and outlining the Swoosh, these kicks couldn’t get much colder if they tried. It’s safe to say that we’re obsessed.


Nike Mac Attack QS SP ‘Black White’ – FB8938-101


It’s been a big year for the Nike Mac Attack. Revived from the depths of the 1980s vault, the model returns for an iconic reintroduction. From collaborations with Social Status to Travis Scott, the Mac Attack has had no trouble revelling in the spotlight. Boasting an exterior of mixed textiles including leather, mesh and nylon, this textural iteration keeps it simple and clean. A monochromatic palette of black, white and grey effortlessly achieves the timeless heritage. What’s not to love?


Friday 15th September

Nike Air Force 1 Terror Squad – FJ5756-100

AF1 Terror Squad FJ5756-100

The Nike Air Force 1 Terror Squad is born from a 2007 tv show named It’s The Shoes. Hosted by DJ Bobbito Garcia, one episode saw US rapper Fat Joe stunt a handful of special Terror Squad x Air Force 1’s. So special that they were exclusively for friends and family. Two whole decades later, and fans will finally get an opportunity at copping the B&W model. Yay! Adorned with detailing including Terror Squad’s initials and ‘JC’ signature on the heels, they get the thumbs up from us.


Nike Air Max 1 ‘Tan Multi-Colour’ – FQ2538-100

Air Max 1 Tan Multi

Summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean that your shoe rotation needs to be any less vibrant. Dropping this Friday, the Nike Air Max 1 ‘Tan Multi’ arrives in a spectrum of colour blocked hues. A tumbled white leather base provides the perfect canvas for multi-coloured accents to shine, grounded with beige overlays in the forefront sector.


Nocta Glide Black – DM0879-001


Humbly teased on the courtside of a Toronto Raptors game back in 2022, both Drake and Nike fans have been hungry for what the iconic pairing has in-store. After all, the Nike NOCTA Glide set the bar extremely high for the Swoosh sub-brand, garnished in unique detail and unparalleled construction. The silhouette draws visual inspiration from the Zoom Flight 95, associated with basketball star Jason Kidd. Seamlessly combining the dynamics of basketball culture with streetwear steeze, these kicks have made a loud and clear impact.


Puma x Fenty AVANTI – 398671-01

Puma x Fenty AVANTI 398671-01

Rooted in a partnership that began way back in 2014, Rihanna and Puma are back with a streamlined iteration of Puma’s 2001 Avanti model. Boasting a metallic exterior that oozes high fashion influence, we never doubted Rihanna’s creative influence. After all, she really can do it all. With designers focused on creating a shoe that combined two OGs – the King football boot and Easy rider – the Avanti feels authentically contemporary. The narrowed silhouette helps to achieve this, alongside a branded folded tongue. Big up’s to RiRi!


Saturday 16th September

Air Footscape Woven ‘Black/Smoke Grey’ – FB1959-001

Nike Air Footscape Woven Black Smoke Grey FB1959-001

Landing in a smokey colourway, the Air Footscape is making an iconic resurgence since it was last spotted in 2018. The model draws visual cues from its predecessors, the Air Footscape and Air Woven (you never would have guessed from the name… right?!). This special iteration arrives in a modest palette of black, grey and off-white, but it’s the dynamic composition that steals the show. Flaunting an aesthetically complex exterior of woven and faux fur detailing, this persona of this model is second to none.


Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Red Cement’ – DH6927-161


Drawing visual similarities (and a deliberately resembling name) to the OG favourite White Cement, this fiery AJ4 iteration fuses striking red hues with black speckled detailing. The silhouette is kicked off with a crisp white leather base and upper, setting the tone for this attractive pair of kicks. Black accents within the eyelets, mudguard, lining and branding help to accentuate the model’s timeless construction, contrasting the otherwise vibrant palette.


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