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Editor's Picks: Ox Street's Hottest Sneakers of the Week

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Adam Cheung
October 10, 2022

Crushed D.C. and Tom Sachs take the lead.

The sneaker game has been going full steam ahead over the past few months, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that it's taking somewhat of a break this week. With that said, even though the next seven days aren't filled with groundbreaking collaborations and ultra limited edition sneakers, we're still getting a decent amount of heat from the likes of Crushed D.C. and Tom Sachs. If you see any other pairs that you think should have been on this list, make sure to let us know over on Instagram and don't forget to follow us as well for the best content that the Asian sneaker community has to offer!

Shop the Air Jordan 3 Winterized "Archaeo Brown" at Ox Street

Air Jordan 3 Winterized "Archaeo Brown"

While the Air Jordan 3 Winterized "Archaeo Brown" really hasn't been designed with our weather in mind, it's still an amazing looking colorway that deserves a spot in your rotation this season. Painted in an earthy brown palette, it's crafted from a range of beefed up materials that are made for tougher climates. Stitched sashko detailing around the toe box and heel offer a tailored-aesthetic, while the creamy Nike Air midsole offers a crazy amount of comfort, whether you're on the basketball court or the city streets.

Shop the Crushed D.C. x Nike SB Dunk Low "Brown" at Ox Street

Crushed D.C. x Nike SB Dunk Low "Brown"

Made in collaboration with the legendary Washington D.C. skate shop, the Crushed D.C. x Nike SB Dunk Low "Brown" marks the very first time that they've teamed up with the Beaverton brand for a collaboration. Featuring a tumbled white base with buttery brown suede panels, the star of the show has got to be the marbled Swoosh that's unlike anything we've seen before. All of this sits on top of a speckled midsole that's made from GRIND rubber, making it more environmentally friendly than your conventional Dunk collab.

Shop the Nike Air Max 97 Premium "Hangul Day" at Ox Street

Nike Air Max 97 Premium "Hangul Day"

To celebrate South Korea's Hangul Day, the Oregon sportswear giant has unleashed the Nike Air Max 97 Premium "Hangul Day" that's as clean as it gets. Outfitted in "Black" leather and suede, "Nike" in Korean is highlighted on the lateral side panel, while a toggle switch lacing system makes this colorway even more special. Underfoot, the midsole has been dipped in a creamy hue for a vintage vibe, and the outsole arrives in an icy blue for added depth. The perfect way to celebrate the South Korean holiday and the AM 97's 25th birthday, this is a pair that you seriously don't want to miss.

Shop the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe "Brown" at Ox Street

Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe "Brown"

Tom Sachs is certainly not holding anything back with his General Purpose Shoe. Even though utilitarian model is only a few months old, we already getting the third colorway in the form of the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe "Brown." The latest sneaker to come from the New York City-based contemporary artists, it blurs the line between a sneakers and tools. Made to be worn all day and all night, this is the perfect pair for the Fall and Winter months ahead, so grab yours while your size is still around.

Shop the Nike Dunk Low "Neutral Grey" at Ox Street

Nike Dunk Low "Neutral Grey"

And last but not least, we have the Nike Dunk Low "Neutral Grey." A pair that will literally work with every outfit you throw at it, it's crafted from an all-leather construction. The base is painted in a crisp "Neutral Grey" hue, and this is contrasted by clean "White" panels that wrap around the toe box, lacing system, heel, and Swoosh. What's there not to love about this Dunk?

Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and style. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.