Once upon a time, Nike, adidas and other sneaker brands would bless us with releases of coveted sneakers once or twice a month. Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for different footwear labels to drop multiple pairs of heat in just one weekend.

Making it easier for you to choose whether to cop or drop, we put together a roundup of the silhouettes that will be sought after. Check out the list below and chime in on the styles you’ll be picking up.

adidas Harden LS “Sweet Life”

Release Date: July 26

Release Price: US$160, available on adidas.com and select adidas retailers

Inspired by the first basketball hoop his mother bought for him and the house he bought for her after signing his first NBA contract, James Harden’s first signature shoe drops in a pink Primeknit this weekend. The Harden LS “Sweet Life” is for all the strong mothers out there.

Nike Flyknit Trainer Retro “White/Black”

Release Date: July 27

Release Price: US$222, available at select retailers like Titolo

One of the last few Nike’s Kanye was seen wearing is making a return this week. The Nike Flyknit Trainer in white and black has been brought back from the archives and all those who missed out the first time around can finally try their luck at attaining this cult classic.

Tom Sachs NikeCraft Mars Yard Shoe 2.0

Release Date: July 27

R elease Price: US$220, available on endclothing.com and END. stores

Retailer END. will be carrying the extremely limited Tom Sachs NikeCraft Mars Yard Shoe 2.0 this week. The sneaker has still not seen a NikeCraft website release yet so this may indeed be your last chance to purchase a pair if you are still seeking one.

CLOT x Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit

Release Date: July 28

Release Price: US$275, available at select retailers like Titolo

After a weekend pop-up in LA, the CLOT x Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit will make its way to select retailers like Titolo. The bright all-red upper and Air unit are a loud statement with contrasting black laces perfect for flexing.

How Nike became a luxury brand when no one was looking

adidas Originals Pharrell Williams Tennis Hu Pack

Release Date: July 28

Release Price: US$110, available on adidas.com and at adidas Originals stores

The Three Stripes continues its partnership with Pharrell Williams this week with the release of four new PW Tennis Hus.

Arriving in Semi Frozen Yellow/Noble Ink/White, Blue/Pink/Light Grey, Teal/Semi Frozen Yellow/Grey Marble and Tan/Teal/Pink Marble, these will be colourful additions to the rotation for the last month of summer.

Nike SF-AF1 Mid “Urban Utility/Hazel”

Release Date: July 28

Release Price: US$160, available on SNKRS app, nike.com and Nike retailers

Nike’s latest SF-AF1 Mid arrives this week with a military-inspired midsole. Matching the all-black upper is a “Hazel” brown midsole and outsole that gives the sneaker just enough contrast to stand out in the urban jungle.

Futuristic Nike Mag footwear fetches HK$810k in Hong Kong

Thrasher Magazine x Vans Pack

Release Date: July 29

Release Price: US$169 (UltraRange Pro), US$129 (Sk8-Hi Pro), US$99 USD (Slip-On Pro), available on vans.com and Vans retailers

A long-awaited Thrasher Magazine x Vans collaboration finally releases worldwide this weekend. Featuring the all-new UltraRange Pro silhouette and iconic Sk8-Hi Pros and Slip-On Pros dressed in flames, this will be one of the most fire releases on the summer.

ALYX x Vault by Vans

Release Date: July 29

Release Price: US$136-US$208 (OG Style 138 LX, Authentic Convertible 43 LX, OG Style 29 LX), available at select Vans Vault retailers and HBX

ALYX and Vault by Vans link up once again to bring to life reimagined OG Style 138 LXs, Authentic Convertible 43 LXs and OG Style 29 LXs. Adding technical specifications like perforated toecaps, fold down heel construction and slimmed down design, this second collaborative effort from the duo is just as dope as the first.

Five luxury sneakers you can customise

Nike Air Jordan 11 Low IE “Obsidian”

Release Date: July 29

Release Price: US$170, available on SNKRS app, nike.com and Nike retailers

Returning after a two year hiatus, the Air Jordan 11 Low IE gets an Obsidian upgrade this time around. The leather, suede and clear sole combination that’s made this silhouette so popular in the past is back and will be a great staple to add into the wardrobe for fall/winter.

John Mayer x Nike Air Max 90 Air Mayer “Spirit Level”

Release Date: July 29

Release Price: N/A, stay tuned for release details

John Mayer’s NikeID Air Max 90 will be released this weekend according to the artist’s Instagram. Coming in grey hues with a neon green Air bubble, the speckled sole plays the role of giving the sneaker a unique vibe.

Are Buscemi’s 100mm Diamond Sneakers worth HK$1 million?

This article was originally published on Hypebeast