This Week’s Six Best Sneakers

There is a weekly list of the best sneakers to hit the internet. There is a lot of excitement happening in the world of sneakers.

Adidas and Bad Bunny are going to release a brand-new collaboration, Stssy and Timberland are going to team up, Nike is going to release some new kicks, and Union is going to release a special Pinkprint Air Jordan 6.

The quality is superb despite it being another short one. Are you in need of a new set of Jordans?

We have you, we got you! Are you a big fan of the UltraBOOST but have been waiting for a great color?

This is the last week of the month.

Do you want to wear New Balances? There was a cover over it.

Everything that is coming out is a winner even though we are still in a slow release season.

This week we are going to look at the six best sneakers.

Converse x DRKSHDW TURBODRK Chuck 70

The latest iteration of the Chuck 70 has been updated for the winter, and is a notoriously thin sneaker not suited for this weather.

This Rick Owens-designed rendition features a square toe, an extended tongue, and a dual branding at the tongue, as well as an all-over zebra-print jacquard upper.

It’s up to Owens to come up with new ideas on how to redesign this classic sneaker silhouette.

There is a retail price of $170 for the Converse x DRKS HDW TURBODRK Chuck 70.

Adidas UltraBOOST Triple Black/Cloud White

Adidas is off to a slow start this year, but be patient, the next Bad Bunny collaboration is coming.

A re-up of the UltraBOOST Triple Black and Cloud White is what the triple stripe brand is doing right now.

Dropping as a woman’s size exclusive, the UltraBOOST features a lightweight PRIMEKNIT textile upper on top of a BOOST midsole and a stretch web outsole.

If you want to get the UltraBOOST, you have to act fast because these are the only two that will sell out.

The adidas UltraBOOST Triple Black/Cloud White is available for a retail price of $200.

Air Jordan 1 True Blue

The concept for the True Blue Jordan 1 is simple, take a classic sneaker silhouette, the Jordan 1, and combine it with the famous version of another classic sneaker, the Jordan 3, and you have a brand new piece of footwear.

No complains here, that works!

This Jordan 1 has a premium leather upper with 1985 design features, a woven tongue, and a combination of True Blue, white, and Cement Grey.

This shoe isn’t an era when it wouldn’t look good. Nike did something spectacularly low-effort and made it work.

The Air Jordan 1 True Blue will be available for a retail price of $180 on January 14.

Nike Women’s Air Jordan 5 Dunk On Mars

There aren’t enough Jordan 5 drops in bold colors, generally the sneaker features too much white and University Red, but this week Nike is releasing a women’s size exclusive that brings the bold tones.

The Dunk On Mars features a premium suede upper in an eye-catching Martian Sunrise with reflective accents meant to evoke our Milky Way galaxy.

The case for using more bold tones on this silhouette is made by the way it looks.

There will be a retail price of $200 for the Nike Women’s Air Jordan 5 Dunk On Mars when it drops on January 14th.

New Balance Made in USA 990v2 Purple with Yellow

On the slightly less exciting end of New Balance releases, the 990v2 is getting a new shoe.

That isn’t quite as exciting as a new Aime Leon Dore collaboration, but the sneaker still looks good enough to get excited over.

The v2 combines purple, magenta, and golden yellow colors over an off-whiteABZORB style midsole.

The New Balance Made in USA 990v2 Purple with Yellow will be available for a retail price of $194.99 on January 12th.

Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance Rainier

Aimé Leon Dore collaborated with New Balance to create a new hiking boot called the Rainier, which is getting a wider re-release in three different colors, so if you missed out, you have another chance.

The Rainier features a nubuck and Gore-Tex upper, woven branding at the innersole, and a co- branded tongue over an EVA foam midsole.

On January 13th, Aimé Leon Dore x New Balance is going to be available for a retail price of $200.

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