Air Jordan 3 Retro – White/White-White ($190)

Jordan Brand brings out another all white Air Jordan 3 Retro with a few changes since its “Pure Money” edition in 2007. This iteration has an icy blue translucent outsole as well as clear lace eyelets. The heel gets a tonal Jumpman logo, and the upper sees tumbled leather with elephant print on the mudguards.

Available tomorrow, July 21st by email order at

adidas Originals introduces their modern take on terrace with the Sobakov. Taking inspiration from classic adidas soccer silhouettes, the shoe features a ribbed knit upper sitting atop a textured gum sole. Details include 3M Accelerator stripes running from the heel to the side panel, a leather tongue and pink insole.

Both colors are available tonight at midnight EST online at Also available tomorrow, July 21st in-store at our Jersey City location.

adidas Originals Sobakov – Black/White ($120)

adidas Originals Sobakov – White ($120)

New Balance reinterprets their classic 900 series with their 2018 MSX90 silhouette with the “Surplus” Pack. The black model has a mesh upper with grey, forest green, and navy blue overlays with a pink pod on the midsole, while the white option has veg tan and grey overlays with a red pod on the midsole.

Both styles are available now in-store at our Jersey City location and online at

New Balance MSX90BG “Surplus” – Black/Forest Green/Navy ($140)

New Balance MSX90WG “Surplus” – Sea Salt ($140)

adidas Football Predator Tango 18+ TR – Black/White ($200)

adidas Football keeps the streak of cleat-inspired shoes going during World Cup season with the Predator Tango 18+ TR. The shoe features a laceless black Primeknit upper with tonal branding and sits atop a white Boost midsole and translucent outsole.

Available tonight at midnight EST online at

Air Jordan 5 Retro GG – White/Crimson Pulse-Light Aqua-Black ($140)

A girls’ Air Jordan 5 Retro GG arrives using a white leather upper to offset hits of coral and aqua for a Miami-themed color palette. Aqua appears on the midsole and liner, while coral hits the Jumpman logos on the heel and tongue, the midsole, and the outsole between the translucent portions.

Available tomorrow, July 14th by email order at

Tokyo’s MITA shop and adidas Consortium combine old and new with a “Cages & Coordinates” pack featuring a black NMD TS1 PKI and an altered version of the classic Stan Smith. The NMD features a a tonal pattern over the Primeknit upper to reference the way the Japanese boutique showcases their shoes in the shop and an updated pull tab and lacing system. The re-tooled Stan Smith has a side zip and blacked out hardware over a stark white midsole. A series of coordinates are the exact locations of the Mita store and the adidas headquarters in Germany.

Available tonight at midnight EST online at

MITA x adidas Consortium NMD TS1 PKI – Black/Green/Blue ($220)

MITA x adidas Consortium Stan Smith – Black/White ($160)

Converse honors Korea’s Kasina boutique with this One Star and Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 pack. The shop opened its doors in 1997 and has since become a hub for both music and skate culture, which is the inspiration for the direct styling on the black leather uppers and red hits. The One Star features a red Chevron logo on the quarter panel, while both models have hits of red on the heel with Korean Hanja characters denoting the shop’s name and 1997.

Available tonight at midnight EST online at

Kasina x Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 Ox – Black/Red ($120)

Kasina x Converse One Star – Black/Red ($110)

adidas by Raf Simons RS Replicant Ozweego “Belgium” ($450)

Crafted in black, yellow, and red, this adidas by Raf Simons RS Replicant Ozweego celebrates Belgium’s Independence Day on July 21st. Cut-out areas replace the original silicone pods from the Ozweego’s initial design with black leather and mesh combining on the upper with molded plastic portions on the midsole.

Available now online at

Vans was the first company to sponsor BMX riders, and two Era models arrive as a nod to early action sports athletes. A navy and red two-tone option was first adopted in 1976 by Dogtown legends Tony Alva and Stacy Peralta and features a red checkerboard pattern on the midsole. Another yellow and blue model follows the same formula with sturdy canvas and leather lining.

Available now in-store at our Jersey City Location and online at

Vans Era (BMX Checkerboard) – True Blue/Yellow ($55)

Vans Era (BMX Checkerboard) – True Blue/Red ($55)

Vans Chukka DX SF – Checkerboard ($60)

The classic black and white checkerboard pattern hits the Vans Chukka DX SF. Lined with leather and cushioned with an Ultracrush footbed, this iconic pattern hits the midtop Chukka with a classic white vulcanized sole finished with gum outsole in the waffle pattern.

Available now in-store at our Jersey City location and online at