February 2021 Sneaker Release Calendar

Drop Dates You Don't Want to Miss!


February 1 | Air Jordan 1 Low SE & Mid SE "Black and White"

Dropping on February 1 are the Black and White silhouettes from the Jordan Brand in Air Jordan 1 Low SE and Air Jordan 1 Mid SE models. The fresh take on the AJ 1 Mid features clean white leather and black carbon-fiber-like overlays. Another is the low-top take on the AJ1 model featuring a mixture of black patent and tumbled leather across the upper, contrasting with a white midsole. Both pairs will be released via Nike SNKRS during the 2021 NBA All-star Weekend, held in Indianapolis, Indiana.

February 1 | Nike Air Max 2090 "Evolution of Icons"

Nike is back with another Air Max series dubbed as Nike Air Max 2090 "Evolution of Icons." Sporting 2 iconic OG colorways, the silhouette features the fan's favorite Air Max 90 "Infrared" and Air Max 180 "Ultramarine," along with the neon crimson textile and white premium suede. The special silhouette also comes with the hybrid of multiple Air Max icons and signatures from the past collections that are noticeable on the insole and shoe box to please Nike Air's die-hard fans.

February 4 | Ambush x Nike Dunk High "Cosmic Fuchsia"

After the release delay, we finally received an update on Ambush x Nike Dunk High "Cosmic Fuchsia," set to release on February 4 via Nike.com. The silhouette comes in hot pink premium leather with the rubber Swoosh logos extended past the heel, which is definitely the pair's eye-catching highlight!

February 6 | Nike Air Force 1 Low "Valentine's Day"

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, there's no way Nike would let the holiday slid away without a special collection. This time around, the Swoosh will be releasing the Nike Air Force 1 Low "Valentine's Day," featuring a clean white/sail colorway with a red accent on the heart-shaped patch completed with a small embossed swoosh logo.

February 8 | Clot x Air Jordan 14 Low, Clot x Air Jordan 35

Following the collaboration back in 2018, the Jordan brand and Clot is reuniting for the upcoming Clot x Air Jordan 14 Low and Clot x Air Jordan 35. The Clot x AJ 14 Low comes dressed in Sepia Stone/Terra Blush/Desert Sand colorway inspired by the China's famous Terracotta Warrior statues in the Shaanxi Province. While the Clot x AJ 35 takes inspiration from jade, which is believed to be a lucky stone in Chinese culture, matching with the Sepia Stone/Metallic Gold/Desert Sand colorway.

February 10 | Air Jordan 1 High 85 "Neutral Grey"

After the long wait for almost 35 years, the Jordan Brand is now bringing back the Air Jordan 1 High 85 "Neutral Grey" as a part of the Retro lineup this year. Taking the whole design from the original model from 1985, the pair features a white leather upper with grey overlays, Swoosh, Wing Logo, Ankle collar, and Outsole.

February 10 | Trophy Room x Air Jordan 1 High OG

The official photos have surfaced unveiling the upcoming collaboration between Trophy Room and Jordan Brand: the special edition of Air Jordan 1 High OG, available 12,000 pairs only! Sporting the original "Chicago" colorway, the silhouette features the iconic combination of white leather upper and red overlays atop the translucent Icy-outsole covering the Chicago's signature red and blue stars. Further details include Trophy Room branding patch at the insole and Michael Jordan's signature on the lateral heel.

February 11 | Nike Dunk Low "Hyper Cobalt"

Joining this year's lineup of the popular model: Nike Dunk Low is the new colorway dubbed as "Hyper Cobalt," comes dressed in Black/Hyper Cobalt/White color combination. The upcoming Nike Dunk Low features a black leather upper base pairing with Hyper Cobalt overlays, Swoosh, laces, outsole, and a little white hint at the midsole.

February 12 | Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS "Silver Toe"

Sporting the Black/Metallic Silver/White color blocking, the Air Jordan 1 High OG WMNS "Silver Toe" is a twist on the AJ 1 Gold Toe, released in Women's size. The silhouette comes with black and white leather upper pairing with Metallic Silver details at the toe box, Collars, and Heels.

February 13 | Air Jordan 6 Retro "Carmine"

Celebrating the model's 30th Anniversary, the Jordan Brand is bringing back the original Air Jordan 6 "Carmine" after the multiple iterations back in 1991, 2008, and 2014. The Air Jordan 6 Retro "Carmine" 2021 will feature the same design as the original silhouette, including the material and Nike Air logo on the heels to pay homage to the OG.

February 20 | adidas Yeezy 700 v3 "Kyanite"

Adidas finally confirmed the first drop of this year to be the latest silhouette of adidas Yeezy 700 V3 dubbed as "Kyanite." The pair features a white and blue mesh upper, white overlay cage, and comfortable full-length Boost sole.

February 25 | Nike Dunk Low SP "College Navy"

Another silhouette in this year's Dunk lineup is the Nike Dunk Low SP "College Navy" dressed in College Navy/Wolf Grey/University Red color combination. The upcoming Dunk Low features a College Navy upper with Wolf Grey overlays and University Red detailing at the heels' NIKE branding embroidery.

February 27 | Air Jordan 4 "Taupe Haze"

After the release pushed back earlier, the Jordan Brand has finally set the drop date for the Air Jordan 4 "Taupe Haze." The upcoming silhouette seems to resemble color blocking to the famous Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 Retro "Olive" F&F making the pair one of the most anticipated drops this year. Dressed in Taupe Haze, Oil Grey, Off White, and Infrared 23, the highlight of the design has to be the Taupe Haze cracked, tear-away upper that will reveal a new design underneath.

TBC | adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Ash Blue" & "Ash Stone"

With the detailed look release, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 new colorways, "Ash Blue" and "Ash Stone," are expected to be released in early 2021. Both pairs feature the usual Primeknit upper in blue shades for the "Ash Blue" and earthy brown shades for the "Ash Stone."

TBC | Nike Kobe 6 Protro "All-Star"

Finishing off our list is the upcoming silhouette honoring the legend Kobe Bryant. The Nike Kobe 6 Protro "All-Star" comes in a Challenge Red, Black, and White color combination, similar to the "All-Star" Kobe wore back in 2011. The silhouette features a red and black snakeskin-like upper, white Swooshes, and translucent outsole.