Nike New Releases

Stay in-the-know with the newest Nike shoe releases, collab drops, and more.

Release Date: TBD 2020


Release Date: September 10, 2020

Nike Dunk Low Community Garden

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Release Date: Sept-Nov 2020

Nike LeBron 18 Signature

Release Date: July 1, 2020


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Release Date: August 13, 2020

Adapt BB 2.0 Tie Dye

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Release Date: September 2020

Jordan Crater

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Release Date: TBD 2021

Valentines 2021 Nike SB Dunk

Release Date: August 29, 2020

Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low

Release Date: October 27, 2007

Nike SB Dunk High “Jason Voorhees”

Release Date: August 25, 2020

This Nike SB Dunk Low BE@ARBRICK is Hairy

Release Date: June 25, 2020

All New Nyjah Free 2

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Release Date: June 24, 2020

Nike UVA “Champ Colors”

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Release Date: June 5, 2020

Nike Zoom KD 13 Bred

Release Date: April 6, 2020

Nike Zoom KD13

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Release Date: March 1, 2018

Nike SB Nyjah Free

Release Date: March 14th, 2020

Nike SB Dunk Low “Syracuse”

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A Brief History Of Nike

Nike is one of those legendary brands that feels like it’s always been around. There’s just something about the eye-catching commercials, the celebrity endorsements, and that famous swoosh that solidifies its place in history and to this day.

Nike was founded, all the way back in 1964 by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight. Back then, the shoe company was called Blue Ribbon Sports. Blue Ribbon Sports began selling their shoes to the American market and quickly saw success. They weren’t the same quality as the Adidas and Pumas shoes of the time, but they had their place with the right audience.

In 1965, Bowerman proposed a new shoe design that revolutionized the brand’s sneaker offering. And soon, relations with their Japanese manufacturing company, Tiger, began to sour. Eventually, after a lawsuit from Tiger in 1971, the two companies broke ties and Blue Ribbon Sports rebranded as the Nike we know today.

It was a few years later when the iconic Nike swoosh logo would be created — and for only $35 no less! This helped establish the new brand’s growing identity as they also began testing new styles and sole designs.

One design in particular — the waffle sole — helped catapult the brand and its shoes to major success.

And the success kept coming.
In 1984, Nike made one of the best decisions it ever could have — signing a deal with Michael Jordan. A year later, Nike rolled out its Air Jordans shoe line, securing over $100 million in revenue in just one year.

Nike followed up this endorsement with the still-popular “Just Do It” campaign and other, popular celebrity endorsements like Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant and Lebron James

Nike continues to dominate the performance market, partnering with many organizations like the NBA to roll our branded merchandise. This secures its spot as a leader in the industry. And with new shoes, collaborations and endorsements coming every year, we’re ready to see what comes next.


Our available brands are Nike, Adidas, Jordan, Reebok, Converse, Vans, New Balance and ASICS.

We provide information about each sneaker including History, Release dates, Materials, Style, Colorway, Pricing and Where to Buy.

Currently, we do not keep sneakers in house but rather we locate them online for you so you have easy access to 100’s of sneakers

The Nike shoes sold the most in 2020 is the iconic Nike Air Force 1 Low. The basketball-turned-lifestyle silhouette is available now via in both men’s and women’s sizing for $90.

While the aesthetics of both are quite similar, customers say the Yeezy sole is a bit comfier in the sole area though both are great lightweight, knit options.

Nike releases are typically in EST (Eastern Standard Time). 

No, Nike sneakers do not release every day. You can find the full Nike calendar on their SNKRS app.

Yes, Nike announces release dates on social media. Follow @nikestore on Twitter for links to releases along with insider news and information. You can also become a Nike Member to stay up to date on all the latest releases.

In addition to the Nike and Jordan brands, Nike’s wholly-owned subsidiaries include Cole Haan, Converse, Hurley, Nike Golf, and Umbro.