Sneakerheads are bombarded with news of upcoming releases on a daily basis. To save you some time from searching each and every site and leak account, we've taken it upon ourselves to sift through the onslaught and bring you a few noteworthy kicks that have captured our attention.

Today, we've gotten wind of a new LEGO x adidas ZX 8000. The impending release signals a continuation of the LEGO x adidas partnership, as six colorways of the Three Stripes sneaker are on the way.

Elsewhere, Eric Emanuel has returned with a new collaboration. And YEEZY fans can look forward to a new release from Kanye West and adidas.

Read on to get the latest info about the LEGO x adidas ZX 8000 and more.

LEGO x adidas ZX 8000

adidas and LEGO have embarked on a long-term partnership, which began with a sneaker collaboration centered around the ZX 8000. The two brands are back working on the same silhouette for an upcoming release, one that includes six tonal colorways of the ZX 8000. Optioned in yellow, green, blue, grey, black, and red, the co-branded sneaker features a mixed-material upper with LEGO brick-inspired detailing on the dubraes, lace guards, and heel support. Unfortunately, a release date for the new LEGO x adidas ZX 8000 has yet to be announced.

Eric Emanuel x adidas Forum 84 High

Eric Emanuel is paying homage to the McDonald's All-American Game with his new adidas collaboration. For those unaware, the McDonald's All-American Game is an all-star basketball game that takes place each year, featuring the best high-school players in America and Canada. Emanuel's adidas Forum 84 High boasts nods to the popular fast food chain with McDonald's branding on both sides of the shoe and on the tongue. The designer's signature EE insignia then appears on the lateral side. The Eric Emanuel x adidas Forum 84 High is expected to release soon for $140.

Reebok DMX Trail Shadow Spring 2021

In just a matter of days, Reebok will be releasing a new inline version of the DMX Trail Shadow. Featuring a simplified upper that has been stripped of the traditional cage, the shoe incorporates an oversized mudguard extending up from the outsole. Reebok says the new DMX Trail Shadow draws from '90s outdoor day hiking and is suited for both urban activity and mountain adventure alike. The Spring 2021 DMX Trail Shadow ($160) releases on January 15 at Reebok.com and select retailers.

adidas YEEZY Boost 380 "Yecoraite"

A new colorway of Kanye West's YEEZY Boost 380 is on the way this week. The "Yecoraite" iteration, named after a tetragonal mineral, boasts a light-colored Primeknit upper complemented by a contrasting post-dyed monofilament side stripe. Below you fill find a semi-translucent midsole bearing a salmon-colored hue. The adidas YEEZY Boost 380 "Yecoraite" is releasing January 16 in Asia Pacific through adidas.com/YEEZY and in Japan on the adidas app.

Julian Klincewicz x Slam Jam x Vault by Vans

Slam Jam and Vault by Vans have teamed up with Polish-American artist Julian Klincewicz for a collaborative capsule spanning sneakers and apparel. The collaboration, which includes the Slip-On, Era, and Bold Ni, finds Klincewicz drawing from his time spent playing with toy cars as a child. Julian Klincewicz x Slam Jam x Vault by Vans is scheduled to release at Slam Jam on January 16.

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