Sneaker Releases Summer 2024: Nike, Yezzy, Jordan, Kobe, Travis Scott, James Harden, Di’Orr Greenwood and More

    Summer’s just around the corner, and it’s time to upgrade your sneaker game! You don’t want to be caught with last year’s fashion. With fresh designs and innovative features, this season’s hottest releases are sure to turn heads. From classic retros to high-tops, the sleek designs of low-tops, and bold collaborations, get ready to elevate your style with these must-have kicks.

    Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Phantom and Hyper Royal” (April 24, $115): This clean and classic design boasts a smooth white leather base, overlaid with Phantom gray for a touch of sophistication. The Hyper Royal blue accents on the Swoosh, laces, and outsole add a burst of energy, making these sneakers perfect for both casual and statement-making looks.

    New Balance 1000 “Silver Metallic” (April 24, $150): While the 1906R Polka Dot Pack was mentioned, other interesting New Balance drops, like this sleek silver 1000, could be featured. It’s a great option for those who prefer a more understated, luxurious look.

    New Balance 1906R “Polka Dot Pack” (April 26, $150): Choose between the crisp White/Black or the sleek Black/White—both options showcase a breathable mesh base and premium leather/TPU overlays for a touch of luxury. The playful polka dot pattern adds a whimsical element, perfect for adding a fun twist to your favorite outfits.

    Reebok Zig N Hot Wheels Glow “Bone Shaker” (PS) (April 25, $65): This fun collaboration between Reebok and Hot Wheels offers a playful, nostalgic blast from the past—perfect for kids and those who love a vibrant, retro aesthetic.

    Nike Dunk Low “Veneer” (April 25, $115): Inspired by autumnal hues, this Dunk Low features a sophisticated blend of Veneer brown, Autumn Green, and Deep Purple. The rich colors exude a laid-back cool, ideal for both casual denim looks and bolder streetwear styles.

    Nike Dunk Low Next Nature “Football Grey” (April 25, $120): This eco-conscious sneaker is crafted from recycled materials, minimizing its environmental footprint without sacrificing style. The sleek White/Football Grey/Gum Light Brown colorway is effortlessly versatile and perfect for everyday wear.

    Air Jordan 1 High Golf “University Blue” (April 26, $190): A beloved classic gets a golf-course makeover! This Air Jordan 1 High features the iconic University Blue/Black/White color scheme. Complete with specialized traction, it’s perfect for hitting the links in style or transitioning to streetwear with ease.

    Travis Scott x Jordan Jumpman Jack “University Red” (April 26, $200): Travis Scott’s latest take on the Jumpman Jack silhouette is undeniably bold. The striking Sail, University Red, Black, and Muslin colorway, paired with his signature upside-down Swoosh, guarantees you’ll stand out from the crowd.

    Nike Air Diamond Turf Max ’96 “Varsity Maize” (April 26, $170): This re-release of a classic cross-training shoe appeals to those who appreciate 90s-era style and a multi-sport heritage.

    .SWOOSH x Nike Air Force 1 Low “404 Error 2.0” (April 30, $175): This Exclusive Access release on the SNKRS App takes interactivity to the next level. To snag one of the limited 404 pairs, you’ll need to beat a .SWOOSH-designed flash game. The reward? A sneaker that shimmers between blue and deep purple, thanks to its lenticular material construction. Cryptic “404 error” text and binary code add a tech-inspired mystery, while subtle .SWOOSH branding keeps the focus on innovation.

    The Nike Kobe 8 Protro “Mambacita” (May 1, $190): This commemorative release pays homage to the legacies of Kobe and Gianna Bryant. The elegant black, gold, and white design is both timeless and meaningful, making it a must-have for any Kobe fan or sneaker collector.

    Puma LaFrance Amour (May 1, $120): This chunky, skate-inspired design embodies the Y2K aesthetic while offering modern comfort. The LaMelo Ball and Puma collaboration features patent leather details, playful cutouts, and oversized laces. LaMelo’s personal branding and unique logos make this release truly special.

    Nike Dunk Low Cool Drip (GS) (May 1, 2024) : Featuring a vibrant and eye-catching colorway. It comes with a mix of colors, including pink, purple, and blue, creating a cool and trendy look. The midsole and outsole are white, providing a clean contrast to the vibrant upper. The Nike Swoosh on the side panels is also in a contrasting color, adding to the overall design

    Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue” (May 4, $215): Celebrate the 35th anniversary of this icon! The “Military Blue” Air Jordan 4 returns in its OG colorway, stirring nostalgia and excitement among Jordan enthusiasts. Get ready to rock a piece of sneaker history.

    Nike Air Max 1 Rainbow Lace Swoosh (GS) (June 1, 2024 $120): A girls-exclusive sneaker that features a unique and colorful design. The upper is made of a combination of materials, including leather and mesh, in a white colorway. The standout feature is the rainbow-colored laces and Swoosh, which add a fun and playful touch to the classic Air Max 1 silhouette. The midsole features the iconic Air Max unit for cushioning and comfort

    Di’Orr Greenwood x Nike SB Dunk “High Decon” (June 1, 2024 $145): Nike SB team member Di’Orr Greenwood celebrates her Navajo heritage with this stunning Dunk High. Earthy brown leather and black suede provide a rich backdrop for vibrant blue accents on the midfoot and collar. The heel’s multi-colored design mirrors the Navajo Nation flag, while fiery oranges and reds on the tongue create a striking gradient. Look closely at the lateral Swoosh, where a constellation representing the protective Náhookos Bika’ii figure shines. Capped off with a classic Dunk midsole and tri-colored outsole, this release is both personal and visually captivating.

    Air Jordan 13 Retro “Dune Red” (June 25, $210): Tinker Hatfield’s panther-inspired design returns in a colorway sure to turn heads. Worn by Michael Jordan during his legendary final season with the Chicago Bulls, the Air Jordan 13 remains a favorite among collectors. Now, the “Dune Red” release offers a fresh take on the silhouette, perfect for adding a bold statement to your summer sneaker rotation.

    Nike Zoom Freak 5 Nike Camp (GS) (July 1, 2024 $110): This girls-exclusive sneaker designed for basketball, comes with the upper featuring a mix of materials, including mesh and synthetic leather, in a white and pink colorway. The midsole incorporates Nike’s Zoom Air technology for responsive cushioning, while the outsole provides excellent traction for on-court performance. The Nike Camp branding on the tongue and heel adds a unique touch to this basketball-focused sneaker

    Nike Kobe 4 Protro “Girl Dad” (August 1, 2024, $180): This special edition sneaker honors the bond between Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna. The upper features a mix of materials, including leather and mesh, in a white and purple colorway. The standout feature is the “Girl Dad” branding on the heel, which pays tribute to Kobe’s love for his daughters and his commitment to women’s basketball. The midsole incorporates Nike’s Zoom Air technology for cushioning, while the outsole provides excellent traction for on-court performance.

    Air Jordan 1 High OG Denim (Expected Summer 2024, $180): This high-top Jordan gets a modern update with a Summit White, Obsidian, and Gum Medium Brown denim construction for a unique look.

    Adidas AE 1 MX Fuchsia (Expected Summer 2024, $120 and $100, respectively): Features a unique marbling effect on the midfoot TPU panel, while the upper is crafted from adidas’ sustainable Primeblue material in black. The heel sports a faux carbon fiber counter with a lucid pink Three Stripes logo, matching the color of the toebox and Anthony Edwards logo on the tongue. The standout feature is the marbled tie-dye effect on the midfoot TPU panel, extending to the outsole in swirls of pink, green, purple, and black. The sole combines Lightstrike and Boost cushioning.

    Nike Air Max 1 Olympic (Expected Summer 2024, $150): Celebrate the 2024 Summer Olympics with this special edition, featuring OG-inspired color blocking and metallic gold accents. Nike Dunk High EMB LA Lakers (Expected Summer 2024): Show your Lakers pride with this Dunk High featuring the team’s signature purple and gold, plus embroidered details for a classic look.

    Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Granite” (Expected Summer 2024): One of the most popular Yeezy models with its distinct knit upper gets a new colorway. The earthy, natural tones of “Granite” are expected to be a hit for those who like understated Yeezy styles.

    Nike Dunk High EMB LA Lakers (Expected Summer 2024): This release pays tribute to the LA Lakers with its iconic purple and gold color scheme. The embroidered details and vintage-inspired look make it perfect for basketball fans and those who appreciate throwback style.

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    Queen Suigeneris
    Queen Suigeneris
    Based in Philadelphia, Queen Suigeneris is the Lead Writer for HipHopUntapped. She enjoys reading, poetry, and fashion.

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