This Weekend’s Big Releases: August Week 3


This weekend includes a varied selection of releases from Jordan, Vans, Nike and New Balance. Check out a breakdown of what to expect and where to find them below.



Air Jordan IV ‘Green Glow’

The ‘Green Glow’ colourway of the Jordan IV has to be one of the best non-retro make ups to release in recent years. The green highlights on the outsole, lining and lace holes has an incredible amount of pop. Grab them from Jordan Brand stockists including Urban Industry while you can.

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Nike Air Huarache LE Navy/Royal/Green

As expected, last weekend’s release of the size? exclusive Huarache LE colourway was met with nothing short of madness – hour long queues and a near instant sell-out online. This weekend’s navy/royal/green colourway isn’t quite as good in our opinion, but it’ll no doubt disappear just as quick. Keep your eye on size? or head to your nearest store early doors. Read more…



WTAPS x Vans Vault Collection

WTAPS work on some stripped back designs with the usual focus on materials for their latest partnetship with Vans. Three new models (Sk8 Hi, Chukka and Slip-on) will be available in two colours each, this time under the VansVault tab, bringing in naval and military inspirations. Grab them from select stockists including Footpatrol from tomorrow.



Nike Air Max ‘Camo Pack’ (Germany – Air Maxim 1 and Air Max 180)

Nike’s ‘Camo Country’ pack makes a welcome appearance with two Air Max models clad in German military issue camouflage. Both the Air Maxim 1 and Air Max 180 will be available in a mix of camo and bamboo-coloured panels from a limited number of UK stockists, one of which being End Clothing.



UBIQ x New Balance 1600 ‘The Benjamin’

New Balance and Philadelphia’s UBIQ pull out all the stops for a supreme quality 1600, nicknamed ‘The Benjamin’ – a tribute to Founding Father of the United States Benjamin Franklin. Grab them from Crooked Tongues, while stocks last.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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