6 Best Sneaker Releases of Week 1 of September (September 1

World-renowned footwear giants like Nike, Adidas, Converse, Reebok and more are releasing a ton of new collaborations as well as individual sneakers in September this year. If you’re into sneakers, you really can’t miss any of this month’s standout releases.

The first week of September 2022 will see the introduction of some highly anticipated merchandise including the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft “Burnt Sulfur” and Pharrell Williams x Adidas Hu NMD S1 RYAT “Tan” variants.

Six notable sneaker launches from the first week have been listed by Sportskeeda, so you can keep up to date. Scroll up to see upcoming release dates and pricing information for select sneakers releasing this week.


Six Highly Anticipated Week 1 September Sneaker Releases You Can Keep An Eye On

1) Reebok Question Mid “Answer to Nobody”

Take a closer look at the brand new shoes (Image via Twitter/@frugal_is_good)
Take a closer look at the brand new shoes (Image via Twitter/@frugal_is_good)

The Reebok Question Mid is getting a modern new colorway from Reebok, tagged “Answer to No One”, which will be mostly covered in off-white, black, and blue accents. On Thursday, September 1, the Reebok Question Mid “Answer to No One” will go on sale for $160 at authorized retailers as well as Reebok.com.

The shoe features a chalk leather body with a blue marbled leather toe cap and black leather heel. Red and blue are used as accents throughout the sneaker, with different hues for the lacing loops and the Vector emblem on the tongue and quarter panel.

Lastly, the shoe is complete with a White Hexalite midsole along with a Clear Frosted outsole.


2) Stussy x Converse Chuck 70 “Surfman”

Here's a detailed look at the sneakers (Image via Converse)
Here’s a detailed look at the sneakers (Image via Converse)

The Stussy x Converse Chuck 70 “Surfman” is a fitting homage to the surf-turned-streetwear label’s Southern California origins. Stussy’s story began in the 1980s with surf and skate clothing and has since expanded to include trendier styles.

Although the initial launch took place on August 26 via Stussy and Dover Street Market, the sneakers will now arrive on Converse’s online sites and the SNKRS app on September 1. The retail price is set at $110.

This Converse Chuck 70 has a casual look as most of the exterior is monotonous and crafted from a “Plumeria” hemp canvas. The Stussy Surfman, dressed in the characteristic “black”, sits on the side peg. A round “Plumeria” pink overlay is applied to the medial ankle where the standard Converse All-Star would normally sit. The laces are indeed done in black, complementing the freckled stripes on the sneaker.

Along with their signature star motif, the tongue label features Converse “All Star” branding in Stussy’s signature font. Ultimately, “Stussy” is added as a finishing touch on the insole and back of the tongue.


3) Tom Sachs x NikeCraft “Burnt Sulfur” General Purpose Shoe

Take a closer look at the impending sneakers (Image via NikeCraft)
Take a closer look at the impending sneakers (Image via NikeCraft)

A new variation of the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe will be released after the Grey/Blue model. The new Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe “Burnt Sulfur” variant is set to hit the sneaker market on September 1, via Nikecraft.com, followed by a wider launch on September 2. These shoes will cost $110 per pair.

Although known as a general purpose shoe, the sneaker is reminiscent of the Nike Killshot 2 with a Tom’s Bespoke twist. The sneaker’s mesh upper is crafted from a Dark Sulfur tone that matches the suede of the overlay, while the Swoosh is comprised of White Fuse.

The fuse is again visible encircling the nubuck fender at the toe. The tongue label as well as the pull tabs on the white mesh tongue are reminiscent of those of the red Nike Mars Yard series. The Nike logo is printed in Tom’s script style on the heel. The gum midsole and durable black waffle outsole wraps the shoe.


4) Pharrell Williams x Adidas Hu NMD S1 RYAT “Tan”

Take a detailed look at the sneakers (Image via Sportskeeda)
Take a detailed look at the sneakers (Image via Sportskeeda)

Adidas and Pharrell Williams have a long history of partnering to produce magical results. The collaboration has been a mainstay of streetwear, whether it was the original Hu NMD that swept the world by surprise or the jointly developed Humanrace clothing line.

The duo recently unveiled the Adidas Hu NMD S1 RYAT, which is inspired by wood. The new Pharrell Williams x Adidas Hu NMD S1 RYAT “Tan” variant is set to release on September 2 at 10 a.m. EDT. Adidas’ online sites as well as a slew of partner sellers will sell these sneakers for $250 a pair.

The Hu NMD S1 RYAT balances urban aesthetics with the history of the terrain and the functional demands it demands, uniting the past and the future. The sturdy materials that are typically used in shaping the modern silhouette come back in “Tan”.

The upper is backed by leather and the design is accented with a translucent TPU cage and TPU inserts. The NMD line’s signature full-length boost midsole offers plenty of cushioning on a durable rubber outsole with a trefoil-shaped traction layout.


5) Bo Jackson’s Nike Air Trainer SC High “Auburn”

Take a closer look at the upcoming shoes (Image via Nike)
Take a closer look at the upcoming shoes (Image via Nike)

Unseen since 2017, Bo Jackson’s Nike Air Trainer SC High “Auburn” is set to rock the sneaker world come September. On September 3, the Nike Air Trainer SC High “Auburn” will be available for purchase for $130 through Nike’s SNKRS app and a few other retail chains.

In honor of Jackson’s former college, namely Auburn University, where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1985, the new Nike Air Trainer SC High “Auburn” features a color pattern inspired by the university.

Bo Jackson’s Nike Air Trainer SC High “Auburn” colorway, which was last seen in April 2017, will make a retro comeback in 2022.>>Nike Air Trainer SC High “Auburn”Color: White / Light Zen Gray -TartStyle Code: DV2212-100Release Date: September 3, 2022Price: $130 https://t.co/nMPM3MoGDi

While Orange and Blue accents appear on the tongues, eyelets and midsole, White elements cover the perforated leather base. Semi-translucent mesh side rails and gray suede mudguards are the finishing touch.


6) Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Izakaya”

Take a closer look at the impending sneakers (Image via Twitter/@modernnotoreity)
Take a closer look at the impending sneakers (Image via Twitter/@modernnotoreity)

The Nike Air Force 1 Mid highlights the legendary journey of the famous basketball silhouette that seems to have been driven by the Japanese Izakaya lifestyle and will be released to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Air Force 1. On September 7, a limited number of stores and SNKRS will carry the Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Izakaya” for $140.

The pair appears in a tan textile canvas base with tan leather embellishments followed by black Nike Checks to either side. This variant, unlike other mid-tops, has tear-off tongue tags that feature every design from 1982-22 and are motivated by receipts from a night of drinking and feasting at an Izakaya bar.

Nike releases the “Air Force 1 Mid ’07 LX ‘IZAKAYA” to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Air Force 1 Mid model. We guess the Sapporo beer logo and the beige recalls the wooden interiors and the yakitori skewers and the tongue a receipt.👉 bit.ly/3cwWGf0 https://t.co/IMp8zFX043

Other details include an embroidered Star/Swoosh symbol on the left ankle along with two cartoon-style beaver illustrations on the right ankle. Finishing elements include cork trim on the heels along with rubber soles.


Above, we’ve only highlighted a few highly coveted sneaker releases, but rest assured there are more to come this month. To stay up to date, you can sign up for the shoe brand’s official webpage to receive timely updates on the upcoming pairs.


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