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The heat for your feet has arrived as the second half of 2016 has a lot in store for the kicks department.

Over the next few months we will see several releases for sneakers from all of the major brands.

Adidas takes the spotlight here as they have some major releases confirmed for this week and some confirmed and rumored drops throughout the rest of September.

The weekend of Sept. 16, we saw big releases from Adidas, which include the Solar Red, Triple Black and Trico stripes NMD R1’s.
This weekend Adidas is also releasing the NMD XR1 with a white and black pinstripe design and the new Busenitz shoe that’s an Adidas x Undefeated collaboration.

As for Nike, they are releasing the Airmax 95 x Dave White collaboration in the Fox and Rabbit color-way later in the month.

Nike is also releasing a collaboration shoe with Acronym for the Air Presto midtop that will be available in 3 color ways in the week of Sept. 12.

The Dave White Airmax color-ways will be available for $200. The new Air Presto collaboration will release for $200 in all three color-ways.

In honor of Breast Cancer awareness month, Nike is also releasing a new color-way of the LeBron Soldier 10 called “Think Pink” and will be available on September 15. The shoes are Pink and white with a Black Swoosh and will be available for $140.

Air Jordan is also releasing a few new color-ways for some of their shoes this weekend. The new sneakers are the “Obsidian” color-way for the Retro 4, “Fierce Purple” for the Retro 5.

Perhaps the biggest news this month in sneakers is the release of the Yeezy Boost 350 V2.

The 350 V2 has been seen on the feet of Kanye West for a few months now and according to UK retailer “EndClothing”, they may possibly be released on Sept. 24 and will possibly be available for $199.

The shoe apparently will be released in 2 different color-ways: Beluga and Stegry according to the same site.

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