September has been a HUGE month for sneakers. With fire releases dropping after fire releases, there's never been a better time to be a sneakerhead. That being said, we've done the impossible task of rounding up the ten best drops of this months. From general releases to some of the most exclusive kicks in the world, we've carefully handpicked Creptember's most desirable drops that you need in your sneaker collection!
After making its hard wood runway debut at Paris Fashion Week earlier this year, the adidas Y-3 Runner 4D 'Black' finally released on September 7th. The perfect combination of adidas' innovation and Y-3's unmistakable aesthetic, the stealthy sneak boasts an upper made of adidas' signature Primeknit technology, and sits on top of a 3D printed sole unit. Extremely limited, if you managed to cop you pretty much hit the jackpot.
Reworking the Air Max Deluxe model that was revived earlier this summer, the Skepta x Nike Air Max Deluxe SK released on September 8th with critical acclaim. Crafted from a black neoprene base, a static-like pattern features on the upper. Although these didn't sell out immediately, they're still a worthy addition to your sneaker collection.
Marking the model's second collaboration, the END. x adidas Originals Yung-1 'Atmosphere' returned to Earth on September 8th. A re-imagination of the Falcon Dorf, the '90s chunky runner has orbited the archives long enough, painted with a colour constellation that resembles the edge of the atmosphere. Fashioned from a combination of nubuck and synthetic suede, these are built to stand the test of time.
Previewed during Paris Fashion Week, the UNDERCOVER x Nike React Element 87 dropped on September 13th in four extraordinary colourways. Boasting a translucent upper shell that's complemented by exterior taping on the heel and an exposed lace collar a full length React midsole is present for additional comfort and a smoother stride. A modern classic.
To many people, the adidas Yeezy 700 Wave Runner is like the marmite of the sneaker world. You either love them to bits, or you hate them with a deep, burning passion. Restocked on September 17th, the 700 is fashioned from leather and mesh and sits atop a chunky Boost-infused midsole for additional comfort and a smoother stride. Made to turn heads, this OG colourway pretty much kicked off the chunky sneaker trend.
First leaked back in February of this year, the ACRONYM x Nike Air Presto Mid Utility hit shelves in three distinct colourways on September 20th. Painted in intense, high contrast hues, the a monochromatic zig-zag pattern makes its way to the cage and toebox of each colourway. A zipper adorns the side of the shoe, and an extended pull tab located around the heel gives this Air Presto Mid an extra rugged vibe.
Marking the first Yeezy to get a general release, the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 'Triple White' made history on September 21st. One of the most versatile shoes out there, the 'Triple White' is crafted from a clean white Primeknit upper and sits atop a uniquely shaped midsole which houses a bed of Boost for additional comfort and a smoother stride. This is as clean as it gets.
Jordan Brand has been killing it with the Air Jordan 1 silhouette this year, and now, they've unveiled the iconic basketball shoe in two must cop colourways - the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Court Purple' & 'Pine Green'. Hitting the court on September 22nd, these shoes adopt the clean and simple colour blocking of the famed 'Shattered Backboard AJ1'. Set to be a future classic, you need these in your collection right now.
First leaked back in March, the Pharrell Williams x adidas Solar Hu Glide ST takes colour blocking to the next level. Releasing on September 25th, this shoe is like an Ultra Boost on steroids, featuring a Primeknit bootie upper reminiscent of the aforementioned UB, and tied together by a pair of stripy rope laces. Want to stand out this autumn, then the eye-catching Solar Hu Glide ST is a must cop.
After months of speculation, the Dragon Ball Z x adidas Originals 'Frieza Saga' finally landed on September 29th. Comprising of the Dragon Ball Z x adidas ZX500 RM 'Goku' and the Dragon Ball Z x adidas Yung-1 'Frieza', this pack re-enacts the iconic rivalry between the two characters from the legendary Japanese anime series. Extremely limited (and we mean EXTREMELY), market value for these will most likely shoot up in the future.