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When it comes to Nike releases, June has been a relatively low-key month. Granted, the Swoosh dropped the headline-creating "Space Hippie" pack, including three sneakers made from factory waste and surplus material, but so far only in Europe. For this and many other reasons, June may be one to forget so far for Nike fans in the US.

However, this Saturday, June 27, those very fans are treated to, not one, but three noteworthy drops. Namely — the Lebron 7 "MVP", Air Jordan 1 "Tie-Dye," and the  Air Max 90 "Duck Camo Orange." All of which are available to secure ahead of release at streetwear and sneaker platform StockX.

Below, you'll find more details on the three sneakers that put an end to June's Nike drought, as well as the opportunity to shop them.

Shop this week's best Nike releases at StockX.

Nike LeBron 7 "MVP" 2020

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LeBron 7 MVP (2020)

$127

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The NBA is set to make its return next month, albeit in the slightly bizarre setting of Disney World Florida. And just in time, LeBron James and Nike bring back the LeBron 7 "MVP," a colorway that first hit the court during the 2009-2010 season. The shoe pays tribute to LeBron's career through its Cavalier red details, contrasted nicely by gold and white accents.

Nike Air Jordan 1 "Tie-Dye"

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Air Jordan 1 Retro High Tie Dye

$249

Nike

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Surprisingly, despite the huge number of new Jordan 1 colorways over the past few years, the OG silhouette hasn't received the tie-dye treatment until now. The women's exclusive model dropped in Europe earlier this month and finally gets its US release, bringing black and white leather and tie-dye overlays to the AJ1 family.

Nike Air Max 90 "Duck Camo Orange"

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Air Max 90 Duck Camo

$89

Nike

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The atmos x Nike Air Max 90 “Duck Camo” remains one of the Air Max 90's most coveted editions. The reverse "Duck Camo" colorway was released as part of Air Max Day in March, which was followed by a "Ghost Green" iteration in May. Now the "Duck Camo" returns for the final part of the trilogy, this time with a bright orange spin.

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