This weekly guide sorts the very best from the rest when it comes to the saturated world of sneaker releases, with information on prices and where to buy. Please note — some sneakers may sell out at speed.

Raffles, friends and family, and player exclusives — all of that before a mere mention of the many fire general sneaker releases out there. The world of sneaker drops can be a tricky place to navigate, but we’re here to help. Behold, the best of the best of what you can actually buy on the open market, right now.

This week’s selection is about as balanced as we’ve seen so far, featuring collaborations, classic sportswear brands, and good old outdoor sneakers.

The cream of the sneaker crop awaits you. What are you waiting for?

Shop the best sneaker releases on the market, as well as upcoming sneaker drops, below.


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Salomon x L'Art De La Automobile KARL'ART - XT4 OG
Buy at KAR / L'art de L'automobile

Release Date: Out Now

Editor's Notes: Very few of us will ever have the chance to get behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 GT1, however, KAR / L'ART DE L'AUTOMOBILE has given us the next best thing: sneakers themed around the famous race car.

The French brand and dealership team up with Salomon for a patriotic 2-piece drop just in time for Paris Fashion Week.

Song For The Mute x adidas Shadowturf

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adidas x Song For The MuteShadowturf SFTM
Buy at adidas

Release Date: Out Now

Editor's Notes: Australian label Song for the Mute links up with Adidas for a re-release of its SFTM-001 Shadowturf.

The updated all-terrain sneaker builds on previous releases featuring mesh caging, juxtaposing panels, and co-branded logos on the tongue and lateral. 

HUF x Nike Air Max 1 "Brilliant Orange"

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Nike x HUFAir Max 1
Buy at Extra Butter

Release Date: June 22

Editor's Notes: HUF teams up with Nike once again to bring back the duo’s first collaboration from 2004.

The 3-piece Air Max 1 drop is a collector's item and if you’re a fan of the San Francisco-based brand, you'll understand the streetwear history behind these sneakers.

SNS x adidas Predator Mundial

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adidas x SNSPredator Mundial
Buy at sneakersnstuff

Release Date: Out Now

Editor's Notes: To celebrate EURO 2024 adidas and SNS turn the Predator into a casual, everyday shoe.

The revamped football boots turned sneakers arrive as part of a collaborative collection embellished with premium materials for use on or off the pitch. 

The Broken Arm x Salomon RX Travel 6.0

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Salomon x The Broken ArmRX Travel 6.0
Buy at Salomon

Release Date: Out Now

Editor's Notes: The Broken Arm and Salomon link up for a new iteration of the brand’s premier slip-on silhouette.

Minimally designed with contrasting zigzag stitching along the mesh upper, this might just be the ultimate summer sneaker.

Nina Chanel Abney x Nike Air Jordan 3 "Bicoastal and Malachite"

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Nike x Nina ChanelAir Jordan 3 Retro
Buy at Nike

Release Date: Out Now

Editor's Notes: Nina Chanel Abney and Nike are back with a new collaboration, this time revamping the classic 1988 silhouette.

The redemption pair arrives with a waxed canvas upper, shaggy suede accents, and a contrasting checkered insole.

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