December Sneaker Releases

As they do every month, some of our favorite brands are going to be dropping some new and old silhouettes and colorways. While there are quite a few new releases coming out this month, we thought we'd keep it short with five of our favorite drops from Nike, Adidas, and Jordan this December.

Air Jordan 11 Concord

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Releasing on December 8 for $220, the Air Jordan 11 "Concord" is a re-release of a popular silhouette that last dropped in 2011. This shoe will have a patent leather overlay with a white mesh upper. Additionally, instead of the standard number 23 on the heel, you can find the number 45 printed on the back of the heel. You can swap out the stock white laces with any of our XI rope laces.

PG 2.5 "Playstation"

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PlayStation and Nike collaborated to release the PG 2.5 in Wolf Grey. These PlayStation-themed sneakers released on December 1 for a retail price of $110 and feature patterns inspired by PlayStation buttons and colors. You can swap out the stock grey laces with some of our red rope laces.

Adidas UltraBoost 1.0 OG

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Released on December 1, the Adidas UltraBoost 1.0 OG brings back one of the most iconic silhouettes and colorways that Adidas has ever released. Since the debut of the original UltraBoost in 2015, these shoes have become one of Adidas' most popular sneakers. With a primeknit upper and purple heel, these shoes would be perfect with any of our rope laces.

Semi Frozen Yellow Yeezys

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On December 14, the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Semi Frozen Yellow" will be returning to shelves for a retail price of $220. Just in time for the holidays, this Yeezy colorway was originally released in 2017 with a gum sole, semi frozen yellow upper, and steel red text. You can try swapping out the stock laces for some of our white rope laces. We recommend 45" for Yeezys.

Air Jordan 1 “A Star is Born”

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Last up, we have the Air Jordan 1 High OG "A Star Is Born" releasing on December 27 for $160. This pair of Jordans is inspired by Michael Jordan's very first Sports Illustrated cover and features a white, black, red, and green color scheme. If you want to swap out the stock laces, try our flat laces in white or red.

These are just a few of the sneaker releases we're excited for this December. Remember to follow our Instagram account for a stream of frequent lace swap inspiration.