Major brands like Nike, Jordan, and Adidas are starting the new decade off strong with some great new sneaker drops.
While there are too many drops to list in one post, we've put together a short list of some of the most notable drops coming from our favorite brands to start 2020.
Keep reading to check out these new sneakers, when you can get them, and for how much.
The Nike Kyrie 6 is dropping with a set of multiple colorways, one of which is the Kyrie 6 "Bred."
This colorway, which takes inspiration from the classic Jordan colorway of the same name, features a black mesh upper, red accents, a white midsole, and a grey outsole.
The Nike Kyrie 6 "Bred" is set to drop on January 16 at select retailers for $130.
Jordan has dropped several new Jordan 1 colorways over the last several months and is continuing to do so in the New Year.
The Jordan 1 High OH "Black Satin" features a clean white, black, and red color scheme, similar to Breds. Try swapping out the stock red laces for a pair of our black luxury leather laces for a more monochrome color scheme.
These Jordan 1s are releasing on January 18 at select retailers for $170.
Released in 2006 in honor of Michael Jordan's Championship three-peats, the Air Jordan Defining Moments Pack features two Jordans - the Air Jordan 6 and the Air Jordan 11.
This year, the Air Jordan 6 "DMP," featuring a white, black, and gold colorway, is being re-released. If you pick these up, try grabbing a pair of gold aglets to match the colorway.
The Jordan 6 "DMP" is set to drop at select retailers on January 25 for $200.
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 lineup continues to expand in 2020 with the release of this new colorway, called "Yeshaya."
The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Yeshaya" features a light-grey upper, translucent midsole, and gum outsole.
The release date for this colorway hasn't been confirmed, but it's expected to release in early 2020 at a retail price of $220.
Jordan is bringing Nike Zoom to the Jordan 1 with the release of the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom R2T "Racer Blue."
This new Jordan 1 features a white and light-grey upper, Racer Blue accents, and a blue outsole.
The release date for this colorway hasn't been confirmed, but it is expected to drop in January 2020 at a retail price of $175.
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