If you took an L on last weekend's Yeezy-fest, then you should still have the funds for a pair of kicks, and this weekend's sneaker lineup does not disappoint. Check out the five freshest sneakers releasing this weekend.
1. RAISED BY WOLVES X VANS OTH SK8-HI LX + OLD SKOOL ZIP LX
Montreal-based streetwear brand, Raised by Wolves, has linked up with Vans on two classic silhouettes, the Sk8-Hi LX and the Old Skool Zip LX. Pulling inspiration from the Canadian weather, both pairs are fitted with water-resistant Scotchguard tech.
Look for these to drop at OTH and select Vans retailers on Saturday, February 27.
2. ADIDAS X WOOD WOOD ULTRA BOOST
It seems like every Ultra Boost that Adidas putting out is gold and this collab with Copenhagen-based retailer, Wood Wood, is no different. The men's model features a minimalistic black & white design, while the women's model features an incredibly minimalistic midfoot strap.
Look for these to drop at very select retailers on Saturday, February 27th.
3. PATTA X ASICS GEL RESPECTOR
Amsterdam-based Patta has collabed with just about every great footwear company -- and most famously for their Nike Air Max 1 series. Inspired by the colors of Japanese anime, this ASICS collab is no short of anything but freshness.
Look for these to drop at Patta on Saturday, February 27th & other retailers on a later date.
4. CONCEPTS X DIADORA N9000
Boston-based retailer, Concepts, has linked up with Diadora again for their 20th Anniversary to release a Tuxedo-inspired N9000. The packaging and sole on this collab is immaculate for those who like more than just the sneaker itself.
Look for these to drop at Concepts stores and online on Saturday, February 27th.
5. JORDAN 12 "THE MASTER"
It was 20 years ago since the Jordan 12 released, so in commemoration of the anniversary, they're -re-releasing "The Master". The premium black leather shoe with gold detailing and white & grey accents was inspired by the iconic "The Master" poster from the 90's.
Look for these to drop online on Saturday, February 27th.