Sneaker News Release Updates April 2, 2022

As the April showers continue to pour across the East Coast, some of the biggest players in the sneaker space have given netizens plenty to look forward to for the driest days of the year.

Union Los Angeles has unveiled its latest Air Jordan collaboration, detailing initial release processes for LA County residents. While some collectors may not be fans of the store’s Air Jordan 2 (and accompanying slip-on), the pair’s impending drop suggests that the Swoosh has solved some of the logistical issues that it has. have forced to delay the preparation of the product for fall and winter 2021 in the first half of the new year. Grips of Air Jordan 1 styles – in High, Mid and Low versions – have also surfaced over the past seven days, joining the nearly identical Nike Dunk to continue helping Carolyn Davidson’s iconic swoosh logo become ubiquitous across the world.

Kevin Durant and his Swoosh family unveiled the Nike KD 15 ahead of the 2021-22 NBA season play-in tournament. With the Brooklyn Nets forward’s playoffs yet to roll, the Washington D.C. native is currently enjoying an off-court career that many athletes surely wish they could, given that having 15 signature sneakers under his belt. places it in a rare list. of people. The Zoom air-cushioned basketball shoe has yet to surface in some of the Nike KD line’s most beloved themes, but Durant and his New York-based team are expected to battle for an NBA title. Aubrey “Drake” Graham recently took to Scotiabank Arena in Toronto to preview what may be the next NOCTA x Nike shoe release. Bearing similarities to the Zoom Flight 95, the pair fits into the nightlife style that Drake relies heavily on on his Swoosh-backed sub-label, while tapping into the artist’s penchant for sneakers from 1990s basketball.

Away from any Swoosh and Jumpman logos, New Balance and adidas Yeezy have confirmed some upcoming drops, with the latter set to re-release the original Yeezy Boost 350 “Turtle Dove” before the end of April, marking the first time the industry-changing pair will be reissued.

For a look at all of this and more, including Air Force 1 collaborations, check out our top titles from April 2 through April 8 ahead.

Union Los Angeles presents a complete collection of Air Jordan 2
Under the banner “Future Is Now”.
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Drake spotted in unnamed Nike shoe inspired by Zoom Flight 95
Unveiled on the courtyard side.
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This Week in Air Jordan 1 News
Another great performance for the 37-year-old design.
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First look at the reissue adidas Yeezy Boost 350 “Turtle Dove”
Last seen June 2016.
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Chicago’s FroSkate Gets Nike SB Dunk High Collab
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A Nike Dunk Low “Panda 2.0” is coming
More pandemonium.
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Off-White, Stussy and Billie Eilish collaborate on the 40th anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1
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Terrascape design comes to the Nike Air Max 97
Ready for the outdoors.
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GANNI receives the very first collaboration with New Balance
More ecological.
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Kevin Durant’s Nike KD 15 unveiled
Another for Easy Money Sniper.

James T. Quintero