Paris Fashion Week has officially concluded and plenty of excitement has been brewed up for Spring/Summer 2025’s offerings. In the meantime, Fall/Winter 2024 projects are rolling out and brands from the footwear industry including Nike, adidas, Jordan Brand, New Balance and Li-Ning are joining in on the fun this week with the launch of an exciting array of sneaker releases. Before we give you the full rundown of what to expect from the next seven days, let’s go ahead and review the past week’s key footwear headlines.

Starting off with a loaded lineup of features, Nike returned with its second annual SNKRS Showcase livestream — highlighting over 30 sneaker releases that are set to take place in the next year. We also took a look at the best footwear trends at Paris Fashion Week, with the Wales Bonner x adidas project continuing to catch eyes. The third and final footwear feature involved a round-up of the best NEIGHBORHOOD x adidas sneakers, assembled in celebration of the return of their OG Superstar collaboration from 2005.

As for the traditional news palette, Nike had a busy Paris Fashion Week with key reveals including NIGO rocking a pair of collaborative Air Force 3 Lows at the KENZO show and sacai revealing its three colorways of the Zegamadome. From the aforementioned SNKRS Showcase, a reveal of 2025’s Air Foamposite One “Galaxy” had sneakerheads talking. As for Jordan Brand, we caught a first look at a special all-white Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG for guests of Michael Rubin’s “White Party.”

Elsewhere in the sneaker space, a slew of new collaborations brought forth fresh excitement as Action Bronson teased his New Balance Minimus Trail and AURALEE revealed its New Balance 475 for Spring/Summer 2025. Pharrell and adidas also made noise with the larger-than-life Superstar 92 while Satoshi Nakamoto unveiled his OTW by Vans Old Skool project.

With all of the past week’s notable headlines recapped, let’s dive into which sneakers you should have an eye on this week. After reviewing the list, be sure to hit up HBX to shop styles that are available for purchase now.

Nike Sabrina 2 “Court Vision”

Release Date: June 25
Release Price: $130 USD
Where to Buy: Nike
Why You Should Cop: Since revealing the Nike Sabrina 2, Sabrina Ionescu and the New York Liberty have been a dominant force in the WNBA. Her second signature shoe is finally set to land on shelves this week in its debut “Court Vision” colorway. Backed by a forefoot Air Zoom unit, dynamic internal midfoot containment system and a new S-traction herringbone pattern at the outsole, the Sabrina 2 is designed to bring out the best of Ionescu each night.

JJJJound x adidas Samba “Tobacco”

Release Date: June 25 and 27
Release Price: $160 USD
Where to Buy: JJJJound and adidas
Why You Should Cop: After years of waiting, JJJJound and adidas finally dropped their black and white colorways of the Samba back in March. Now, a third “Tobacco” pair is arriving as an homage to the original Samba Tobacco silhouette — boasting a suede upper with various browns adorning the sneaker. Its branding is kept to a minimum as the typical Three Stripes arrive at the midfoot of each side while golden “JJJJOUND” text arrives just above the lateral stripes. Meanwhile, the suede heel tab is kept blank, emphasizing the minimalist finish.

Air Jordan 13 “Dune Red”

Release Date: June 25
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS
Why You Should Cop: It’s been a quiet year for the Air Jordan 13, but Jordan Brand continues to chef up new iterations of the sneaker for fans to embrace. This new “Dune Red” version of the shoe sees the silhouette’s signature dimpled overlay presented in a textile construction that sports its signature red hue. From there, white appears at the synthetic leather toe and tongue as a rust pink microfiber serves as the base of the midfoot and heel regions.

Nike Air Force 1 Low and Ja 1 “NY vs NY”

Release Date: June 25
Release Price: $130 USD to $135 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS
Why You Should Cop: Nike is hosting the 6th annual New York City summer series — featuring the next generation of basketball talent at iconic parks across the city throughout the summer. To celebrate this, Nike often creates thematic colorways of its iconic silhouettes and modern basketball models. This year, the Ja 1 and Air Force 1 Low have been presented with the “NY vs NY” treatment — featuring gradients of blue, purple and orange at the outsole and Swooshes respectively. On top of this, as special “NY vs NY” graphic has been stamped at the lateral heel.

New Balance 1000 “Angora Moonrock”

Release Date: June 26
Release Price: $150 USD
Where to Buy: New Balance and HBX
Why You Should Cop: As New Balance continues the rollout of the 1000 silhouette’s in-line colorways, a new “Angora Moonrock” has been prepared for the 25-year-old model. Its layered upper begins with off-white and gray as blue enters the mix at the heel and tongue. As for the standard “N” branding at the midfoot, a mint green makes an appearance while the midsole favors an off-white with pink accents.

Union LA x Nike Field General

Release Date: June 27
Release Price: $120 USD
Where to Buy: Union LA
Why You Should Cop: Nike reintroduced the Field General earlier this year, converting the football shoe into a lifestyle silhouette. Now, with a range of colorways having hit shelves, it’s time for the long-awaited team-up with Union LA to make its debut. Arriving in three different looks, each pair features a unique color composition while special co-branding involves a “UNION” hit on the right shoe’s tongue tag and the left shoe’s sockliner, Union’s yellow “UN/LA” stitched tag at the lateral midfoot, as well as a football-shaped “UNION” hang tag.

New Balance MADE in USA 990v6 “Sea Salt” and “Black Plum”

Release Date: June 27
Release Price: $200 USD
Where to Buy: New Balance
Why You Should Cop: Having debuted at the end of 2022, the New Balance 990v6 continues to see action. Its latest looks come courtesy of Teddy Santis’ MADE in USA division as “Sea Salt” and “Black Plum” iterations of the lifestyle model have been assembled. Both lean on summer-ready off-white hues while leveraging their respective signature shades at the upper.

Li-Ning Way of Wade 11 “305”

Release Date: June 29
Release Price: $225 USD
Where to Buy: Kicks Crew and Way of Wade
Why You Should Cop: It’s been five years since Dwayne Wade retired from the NBA, with him introduced into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2023. Though his legacy continues as his partnership with Li-Ning sees his 11th entry in the Way of Wade series debut on shelves this week. The Way of Wade 11 is first featured in a “305” colorway that was created as a tribute to Miami with its blend of off-white, black and red detailing.

adidas Adifom IIInfinity Slides “Core Black”

Release Date: July 1
Release Price: $50 USD
Where to Buy: adidas
Why You Should Cop: It’s been just under a year since adidas introduced the Crazy IIInfinity as an evolution of Kobe Bryant’s Crazy 1 silhouette from the year 2000. Now, its DNA informs the Adifom IIInfinity Slides — a new slip-on that combines comfort and style. Presented initially in an all-black colorway, molded detailing like the 3 Bar logo gives a subtle nod to the brand while maintaining its sleek shape.

Nike Ja 1 “Reverse Scratch”

Release Date: July 1
Release Price: $130 USD
Where to Buy: SNKRS
Why You Should Cop: On top of the previously-discussed “NY vs NY” pair, the Nike Ja 1 is set to release this week in its “Reverse Scratch” colorway. Flipping the Memphis Grizzlies-inspired “Scratch” look that dropped last year in April, its claw mark-covered styling returns in a similar color composition of white, black, teal and pink.

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