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, official photos of a pink Air Jordan 3 hit the web, a women's release that will seemingly be highly coveted. It rivals that of Aleali May's "Millennial Pink" Air Jordan 6, and features a different material than is generally used on the upper.

In other sneaker news, adidas and Parley for the Oceans are celebrating the five-year anniversary of their partnership with a new release, while Vans has debuted an all-new Authentic hybrid.

Read on to get the latest info about the Air Jordan 3 "Rust Pink" and more.

Air Jordan 3 "Rust Pink"

Release Date: TBA

Where to Buy: Nike

Editor’s Notes: The Air Jordan 3 has surfaced in a new pink colorway, somewhat similar to Aleali May's "Millennial Pink" Air Jordan 6 from 2019. Instead of the usual tumbled leather on the upper, Nike has utilized buttery nubuck. While the "Rust Pink" hue covers much of the sneaker, darker pink accents and touches of sail serve to complement. The traditional elephant print is present on the pair, as is the Jumpman branding. The "Rust Pink" Air Jordan 3 is a women's release, expected to launch in the weeks ahead.

adidas 4D Parley “Cream White/Aluminium”

Release Date: January 15

Where to Buy: adidas

Editor’s Notes: adidas is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its partnership with Parley for the Oceans by releasing a new clean colorway of the 4D Parley. Arriving in a “Cream White/Aluminium” combination, the sneaker features a knit upper made from upcycled plastic waste collected from remote islands, beaches, coastal communities, and shorelines. It also incorporates adidas' innovative 4D midsole, which is printed with light and oxygen via Carbon Digital Light Synthesis technology. adidas describes Carbon Digital Light Synthesis as using "digital light projection, oxygen-permeable optics and programmable liquid resins to print high-performance, durable polymeric products." The “Cream White/Aluminium” 4D Parley releases January 15 for $250.

New Balance Niobium "Gray"

Release Date: January 15

Where to Buy: New Balance retailers like Sneakersnstuff

Editor’s Notes: New Balance's three-in-one silhouette, the TDS Niobium Concept 1, will soon be available in a new gray colorway. A portion of the shoe can be removed via zipper, ultimately turning it into a mule, while the inner bootie can then be worn on its own as a slipper. At the core, the Niobium is designed for outdoor adventure, featuring a waterproof upper and ABZORB midsole for enhanced cushioning. The sneaker is due out on January 15 for $300.

Nike SB Blazer Low GT "White/Blue"

Release Date: TBA

Where to Buy: Nike and select retailers

Editor’s Notes: Pro skateboarder Grant Taylor is getting a new colorway of his Nike SB Blazer Low GT. Inspired by the Chevrolet El Camino, the white and blue iteration arrives with a suede upper and a leather Swoosh on the side. An homage to the El Camino is present on the tongue tag, where a special font and racing stripes appear, alongside Grant Taylor branding. Nike has yet to share a release date for the blue suede Blazer Low GT, but expect it to retail for $75.

Vans Authentic Slip

Release Date: January 16

Where to Buy: Vans Japan

Editor’s Notes: Vans has updated its first original shoe, the Authentic, to deliver a slip-on version of the iconic sneaker. Here we see the aptly dubbed Authentic Slip offered in two colorways, each done up in smooth suede. The burgundy iteration welcomes a contrasting black sole unit below, while the black pair features a white sole. The hybrid sneaker will be available as of this weekend on January 16 at select Vans stores in Japan and on for approximately $67.

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