As we enter the last weekend of October Jordan Brand, Nike, and Under Armour have some admirable offerings prepared. Although there are no costume appropriate releases, a Fall vibe is reflected in parts of the lineup. The best of skateboarding, running and basketball will become available for your consumption. Don’t miss out on some of this weekend’s hottest drops!
The Nike Kobe 11 Oreo is set to hit select Nike Basketball retailers for $200. Long after the Black Mamba’s retirement, new colorways of his latest silhouette are still emerging. This low-key offering features a Flyknit Upper along with a speckled midsole.
Concluding Friday’s releases is the Under Armour Curry 3 Reign Water. As a nod to this Splash Brother’s uncanny ability to knock down jumpers, this sneaker will be available for $150. If you haven’t checked out UA’s Curry 3 Promo then you’re missing a quality advertisement.
Jumpstarting Saturday’s releases is the Air Jordan IV Premium Ginger. Carrying a hefty price tag of $400, consumers are given a premium makeover. Fall colors drape this silhouette which is composed of buttery soft leather.
The Air Jordan 3 GS Dark Purple is another reason to hate your big feet. Unless you wear kids sizes you might as well stop reading now. Retailing for $120 the sneaker blends blue hues with exotic elephant print.
The Nike Air Presto Greedy is as similar to a “What The” as we’ll get. Considered a follow-up to last year’s Air Max 95 Greedy release, this sneaker adopts a similar color blocking scheme. Retailing for $130, shades of grey, blue, green, red, orange, and purple are evident.
Nike’s Kobe 11 Elite 4KB Pale Horse is considered this year’s Halloween release. A skull graphic is located on the insole, complementing the grey/white spooky colorway. Resting atop a translucent sole, these are far icier than the Oreo release.
Representing for Skate Culture, the Nike SB Dunk High Silver Box retails for $110. Inspired by a classic Nike SB box, a silver suede upper is met with green accents. A gum outsole completes the look.
Lastly, the Air Jordan 31 Battle Grey is dropping for $185. If you watched opening night of the NBA this Tuesday, you may have noticed an influx of grey sneakers. JB helps perpetuate this theme by releasing this “Battle Tested” colorway. Showing signs of wear across the upper, the sneaker is a representation of the challenges faced by Jordan Brand athletes.