Last week was, without a doubt, one of the most hyped seven days that the community has seen in a very long time. From the iconic Nike Air Max 97 "Silver Bullet" all the way to the legendary Air Jordan 1 High OG "Lost & Found," sneakerheads around the world were blessed with nothing but heat - and the same can certainly be said about this week as well. 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!
Cynthia Lu is certainly no stranger when it comes to Dunk collabs, but the Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low SP "Green" is unlike anything that you've ever seen. With a quilted base, suede paneling, a mossy midsole that extends towards the upper, and embroidered iconography and symbols, all packed within a special edition shoebox, if you want a sneaker that is sure to turn heads this season then this is the one for you. Oh, not to mention that each pair comes with an exclusive drawstring bag that you won't be able to get anywhere else.
After months and months of nothing but leaks and teasers, the DJ Khaled x Air Jordan 5 Retro "Crimson Bliss" has officially arrived. Part of the three-sneaker "We The Best" collection, this is arguably the best of the bunch considering the American record producer likes to show this one off the most. Crafted from premium leather, it boasts reflective detailing, a toggle switch lacing system, and it sits on top of a cream Nike Air midsole that's as comfortable as it gets. In true DJ Khaled fashion, "We The Best" is also finely stitched around the back in a soft blue hue.
There's no doubt in anyone's mind that this Nike SB Dunk Low "Be True" has got to be one of the most eye-catching sneakers to drop as part of this annual collection. Taking on the Beaverton-based brand's most popular skate shoe, it works on top of a crisp mesh base while the leather paneling is decorated with a vibrant gradient effect. You'll also find a whimsical sun graphic around the back for good vibes only, and a bunch of rainbow-inspired characters that make their way across the lateral and medial Swoosh logos.
The Nike Terminator High "Georgetown" is officially back and it's better than ever. Inspired by the Georgetown Hoyas basketball team, this sneaker comes in the University of Georgetown's signature school colors of navy and gray. First released back in the '80s, it has returned in all its glory, complete with retro-inspired "Nike" branding around the back, a tiny heel pull tab, and perforations across the toebox for the ultimate breathing experience. If you didn't get a chance to secure these back in the day, now is your chance.
Back in 2010, the Nike Air Zoom Vomero 5 "Cobblestone" was one of the best models to release as part of the Vomero line. After being canceled for apparently no reason, the vintage silhouette has been brought back in all its glory, this time in a vast selection of must-own color schemes that you can't miss. Crafted from leather and mesh, the mostly-gray exterior is accented with soft green tones throughout. It also sits on top of a Cushlon foam midsole, and is infused with Zoom Air tech for comfort and cushioning that knows no bounds.