The Best Sneakers Releasing in Europe This Weekend and Where to Buy Them

This week’s sneaker release roundup sees fewer collabs than before, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t something for everyone. This time there’s a new pair of Foamposites, a Trap Skateboards x Vans shoe that was designed to save a skatepark, the NikeLab shoe that was used to break records, as well as several new adidas models. Take a look below to see what you could be purchasing this weekend.

NikeLab Zoom Fly SP

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: £130 from Nike

While these shoes didn’t quite break the two hour mark, Eliud Kipchoge’s time in them still broke records. The shoes are now receiving a wide general release, so you can see if they help you increase your run time.

Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Foam in Fleece”

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: £180 from Nike

Nike is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Foamposite Pro with a new colorway of the shoe, this time coming in a grey fleece finish. The finish may not be ideal for the weather right now, but it’s definitely one to buy and stock for the summer.

Nike Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney”

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: £150 from Nike

This week sees another pair of sneakers re-released from Jordan Brand and this time it’s the Jordan 13 Low, coming in a “Chutney” colorway that originally made an appearance in 1998.

adidas NMD_R2 “Footwear White

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: £149 from HBX

The adidas NMD_R2 has released one of its cleanest colorways in some time, coming in a simple “Footwear White.” The primeknit upper makes it a shoe that’s perfect for summer.

Trap Skateboards x Vans Half Cab “Save Wilhelmsburg Banks”

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: N/A from Slam City Skates

Trap Skateboards and Vans have teamed up to create this pair of Half Cabs, which aim to help save Wilhemsburg Banks Skatepark. It’s the perfect way to get some sneakers perfect for skating while helping a good cause.

Nike Air Max 97 OG Metallic Silver Bullet

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: £130 from Nike

The Air Max 97 continues being re-released, this time making another appearance in the classic silver bullet colorway. It’s a wider release than before, so you may still be able to get your hands on a pair over the weekend.

Porter x adidas NMD C1

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: €134.95 from OVERKILL

Porter’s collaboration with adidas crossed apparel and accessories, but we’re focusing on the footwear, specifically the NMD C1. It’s a simple piece of footwear that showcases Porter’s minimal approach to design.

Nike Air Max LD-Zero “Medium Olive”

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: £135 from Nike

The Hiroshi Fujiwara-designed shoe sees another colorway, this time coming in “Medium Olive.” It’s a clean make of the shoe that’ll easily slot into someone’s sneaker collection.

Patta x ASICS GEL-Lyte III “Patta Exclusive”

Release Date: Out now
Release Price: N/A from Patta

Patta and ASICS have continued their longstanding relationship, this time creating a pair of GEL-Lyte III’s, called the “Patta Exclusive”. It’s available online from Patta or in-store at Patta’s London and Amsterdam stores.