Stüssy Reunites With Nike for an Air Max 2013 Assemblage in This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Stüssy Reunites With Nike for an Air Max 2013 Assemblage in This Week's Best Footwear Drops

The first week of August 2022 is starting off strong in the world of sneakers as Ye is executing his annual YEEZY Day initiative, Jordan Brand is delivering modernized takes on its retro models and Salehe Bembury is back in the spotlight thanks to his newest collaboration with Vans. Before we dive into all of those exciting drops, let’s first summarize all of the action that turned up last week in the footwear space.

HYPEBEAST‘s sneaker series Sole Mates rolled right along by spotlighting Mad Bad Ting — a triple threat stylist, DJ and founder of brand Très Rasché — to discuss her newest Reebok collaboration. Sneaker news galore popped up last week, especially on the

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Release Date: August 2
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: CONFIRMED
Why You Should Cop: Ye’s annual YEEZY Day is today, and as per usual, the creative genius has readied a batch of new footwear releases both old and new. In the latter category you will find the adidas YEEZY 450 “Utility Black” making its debut. Everything from the PrimeKnit uppers to the claw-like sole units are given a stealthy makeover.

adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 “Turtle Dove”

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Release Date: August 2
Release Price: $230 USD
Where to Buy: CONFIRMED
Why You Should Cop: Ye’s adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 “Turtle Dove” is finally going to see its return to the market after making its debut in 2015. This was arguably one of Ye’s most coveted 350 v1 colorways as it was released in extremely limited quantities and was highly anticipated after it walked the iconic Yeezy Season 1 runway. All of its original design elements from its cookies and cream upper to its white midsole piece is returning.

Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Olive”

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Release Date: August 2
Release Price: $155 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS
Why You Should Cop: Air Force 1 Mids are having quite the year as Nike has filtered it through various brands and designers for collaborative projects as well as released it in various GR styles. On deck for the Sportswear silhouette is a brand new “Olive Green/Total Orange” colorway. The green accents make their way onto the overlays and ankle straps while the bold orange hits apply to the jeweled Swooshes and strap logos to complete its Autumnal ensemble.

Air Jordan 12 Low “25 Years of China”

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Release Date: August 4
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS
Why You Should Cop: Jordan Brand is honoring its fan base in China by dedicating a special Air Jordan 12 Low colorway to them. Neutral tones make up a majority of the shoe’s visual composition, as the top half is drenched in white while the interior liners are submerged in black. Across the glossy mudguards you’ll find shards of prism-esque patterns that arrive in multi-colored fashion.

Spunge x Vault by Vans Authentic

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Spunge

Release Date: August 4
Release Price: TBC
Where to Buy: Spunge
Why You Should Cop: Salehe Bembury has become a household name in the streetwear space for this collaborative works with the likes of New Balance, Crocs, Canada Goose and more. And now the talented designer is linking up with Vault by Vans for a trio of Authentic collaborations. First previewed back in May 2021, the capsule features pink, blue and beige colorways, all of which make use of Bembury’s fingerprint pattern in all-over fashion.

Air Jordan 1 KO “Syracuse”

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Release Date: August 5
Release Price: $150 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS
Why You Should Cop: Air Jordan 1 KO has been growing its catalog at a rather steady pace, but this week it’s returning with a Syracuse-inspired palette to nod to one of MJ’s biggest collegiate rivals. Orangemen hues take shape through “Rush Orange” accents that spill onto the Swooshes, ankles and overlays while the toe boxes, lateral and medial panels are finished in white.

Stüssy x Nike Air Max 2013

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Release Date: August 5
Release Price: TBC
Where to Buy: Stüssy
Why You Should Cop: There’s a rich collaborative history between Stüssy and Nike as the two have a running list of team-ups that have involved the SB Dunk Low, Spiridon 2, Court Force, Air Force 1 mid and more. This Summer, the two brands are joining hands once again for a trio of Air Max 2013 collaborations. There’s pink, black and cream colorways in the range, all of which are decorated with a Stüssy hit on the lateral panels.

JJJJound x Reebok NPC II

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Release Date: August 5
Release Price: $150 USD
Where to Buy: Reebok
Why You Should Cop: JJJJound and Reebok have formed a strong bond thanks to its handful of sneaker collaborations. The two entities have reunited to craft a clean “Arctic White” NPC II colorway that’s engineered with tumbled leather and come accessorized with debossed JJJJound branding on the lateral sides.

New Balance Tokyo Design Studio RC Elite V2 “Steel Blue”

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Release Date: August 6 (Japan only)
Release Price: ¥35,200 (approx. $267 USD)
Where to Buy: New Balance
Why You Should Cop: Shortly after releasing a duo of colorways alongside Stone Island, the New Balance Tokyo Design Studio RC Elite V2 is set to return in a new “Steel Blue” colorway. The palette is inspired by the heritage 1300JP colorway and comes fitted with choppy cutouts strewn across breathable 3D knit uppers and “tokyo design studio” on the tongue tabs.

Air Jordan 5 “Dark Concord”

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Release Date: August 6
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS
Why You Should Cop: Jordan Brand is ringing in the month of August with a new Air Jordan 5 “Dark Concord” release. Its nominal hue is distributed in miniscule amounts as it drops off on the tongue logos, lace toggles, interior linings and the midsole spikes. Elsewhere on the kicks, the uppers appear in bright white while the midsoles complement with stark black exteriors.
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