Nike

Nike has dropped hyped release after hyped release over the past few months, with sneakers such as the OFF-WHITE x Nike Zoom Terra Kiger 5, Supreme x Nike Air Jordan 14, and sacai x Nike LDWaffle hitting shelves recently. While each of the aforementioned models sold out instantly, many of the brand’s fire general releases go under the radar.

Not only are these sneakers significantly more affordable than their raffled counterparts, they also have a longer shelf-life in your rotation before becoming yesterday’s hype shoe. So, we’re here to remind you about some of the best Nike general releases of recent times. They may not come with the added hype kudos that OFF-WHITE and COMME des GARÇONS afford, but they’re all held in high regard at Highsnobiety HQ, and we can vouch for their head-turning abilities.

Below, you’ll find standout releases such as the “Reverse Ferrari” Air Jordan 14 (in case you missed out on the Supreme collab), the Swoosh’s classic Daybreak silhouette, and a mix of new and old. The Bruce Kilgore-designed Air Force 1 and Shox TL are old-school cushioning technologies as popular ever, while the P-6000 and Air VaporMax are some of Nike’s newer silhouettes. Ranging in price from just $72 to $200, these sneakers are all as worthy of a place in your sneaker rotation as any coveted sneaker collab.

Ready to separate yourself from the hype brigade? Appreciate the rest of Nike’s recent output below.

Best Nike general releases

Air Jordan 14 Retro

Nike

$200

Zoom Lebron 3 QS

Nike

$175

Tailwind

Nike

$160

Daybreak SP

Nike

$100

W Shox TL

Nike

$170

P-6000 Shoe

Nike

$109

Air Force 1 "Stonewash Blue"

3x1 x Nike

$130

Air Tailwind 79

Nike

$90