1. Blazer Low x sacai – British Tan
Available 8/10 at 7:00 PM
Chitose Abe approaches collaborations with clarity, seeking to build a genuine relationship that allows for something fresh and surprising. Her approach is a paradox in and of itself, combining tried-and-true stability with exploratory risk. Abe’s goal is to honor the familiar while welcoming the new.
This design, directed by Abe and her Sacai label, reimagines the Blazer by slicing the conventional form. The partnership features a leather upper with exposed foam liners and Sacai’s characteristic stacked tongues and double lacing. A neutral foundation is offset by bright highlights inspired by original Blazer colors.
2. Dunk Low – Sail Multi-Camo
Available 8/11 at 7:00 PM
Here’s how to stand out while remaining inconspicuous: clashing camouflage. It’ll be impossible to blend in while wearing these Dunk Lows, which defeats the goal of using quiet camouflage prints for a loud effect. Why? It’s just more enjoyable that way. Featuring a mix of camouflage designs on a Sail and Vintage Green foundation, each pair is mismatched, with these wild patterns appearing in different spots depending on whether it’s the left or right sneaker.
3. Women’s Air Max Furyosa – Night Green
Available 8/11 at 7:00 PM
This completely new silhouette combines the larger-than-life look of the ’90s, Air Max, with 21st-century comfort. Offset, stacked Air in the heel makes a striking statement in cushioning, combining with a plush collar and ultra-padded tongue to provide all-day support. The dual-lace method allows you more freedom of expression and customization.
4. Women’s Air Jordan 1 -Seafoam
Available 8/12 at 7:00 PM
More than 35 years after its debut, the Air Jordan 1 remains a timeless and adaptable design that can be matched to any aesthetic. This summer-ready version of the silhouette comes in a new colorway, with a contrasting upper of Seafoam and white accented with a relaxing accent of Healing Orange on the laces.
5. Air Jordan 1 Low – Travis Scott x Fragment
Available 8/13 at 7:00 PM
It’s a unique shoe that follows the “rule of three”—having three minds is sometimes better than having one. In the case of Jordan Brand, Travis Scott, and Hiroshi Fujiwara’s Fragment Design, it was three masterminds coming together to collaborate on not just any Air Jordan, but the beloved Air Jordan 1—a model that both the Houston rapper and the Japanese designer have used in previous Jordan Brand collaborations.
Their Air Jordan 1 Low colorway features basic color blocking patterns, but with unique twists that only Scott and Fujiwara could think of. Fresh Military Blue accentuates the heel, collar, and insole, delivering a new flavor for traditional makeup, on top of an aged midsole with matching Sail laces. And there’s no need to double-take on the Sail Swoosh—it is, in fact, backward, and has become a distinctive Scott touch for his Air Jordan 1 designs.
If anyone on the street notices you wearing this collaboration, they’ll know who’s to blame: the Cactus Jack and Fragment Design logos are embossed on the left and right heels, respectively, imprinting their modern stamps on this time-honored form.
6. Air Jordan 1 – Pollen
Available 8/14 at 7:00 PM
More than 35 years after its debut, the Air Jordan 1 remains a timeless and adaptable design that can be matched to any aesthetic. It’s the ideal silhouette to complement the “Pollen” makeup—no allergies needed here. Leather Pollen overlays buzz against a crushed Black leather underlays in a traditional OG color blocking style. Its crisp white midsole rounds out the look without giving you the sniffles.
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