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january

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro

Drop date: 15th January 2019
The new Nike SB Dunk Low Pro in Panda Pigeon colors

The new Nike SB Dunk Low Pro in Panda Pigeon colors are a result of a not-so-recent collaboration of Nike and Jeff Staple, namely a "previously rejected sample". The silhouette of the shoe includes a green bamboo graphic, contains reflective accents, and is, reportedly, a "tribute to the infamous first SB Pigeon launch".

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Nike React Element 55 Grid

Drop date: 17th January 2019
Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 in desert ore in the front and in black in the back.

Here come the next colorways of Nike's most popular 2018 model, grey and navy. The sneaker boasts a textile upper, leather and synthetic overlays, 3M details, and a react-foam midsole, which makes for a very compelling sneaker. If you're into way those materials are combined, that is. See our full post for more information that'll help ya make up ya mind.

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Nike Air Fear Of God 1

Drop date: 19th January 2019
Nike's collaboration with Jerry Lorenzo, the Nike Air Fear Of God 1s.

Releasing originally on December 15th, Jerry Lorenzo's Nike Air Fear Of God 1 made a quick jump to the top of 2018's sneaker ranks. This year we expect a very limited re-release of the "horse" silhouette in two colorways. The new FOG shoes will drop on Nike SNKRS app for $300-350, depending on the color. Check out the full post and stay tuned for more updates.

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Converse x P.A.M. "Mutation"

Drop date: 19th January 2019
Nike's collaboration with Jerry Lorenzo, the Nike Air Fear Of God 1s.

P.A.M. has made quite a name for itself, and Converse has, reportedly, taken note. The new collaboration between the two has resulted in a unique-looking sneaker with a cold weather capsule akin to a puffer jacket. This modular nature has made the shoe a perfect fit for all seasons. The sneaker is dropping at select stockists on January 19th - read more about the raffles in our full article.

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Nike Air Fear Of God Shoot Around

Drop date: 19th January 2019
The younger brother of the Fear Of God 1s, the Shoot Arounds.

This year, besides the re-release of the "horse" silhouette, we can expect a release of the Shoot Around "21" silhouette in two colorways. Fear of God Shoot Around sneakers will drop on the Nike SNKRS app, Fear Of God official website, and select retailers for 300$. Check the full post for more insides and laid-out raffle opportunities.

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Nike PG3 "NASA"

Drop date: 26th January 2019
The younger brother of the Fear Of God 1s, the Shoot Arounds.

Paul George often describes his vision of the future followingly: "Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon." This quite clearly translates into his newest collaboration with Nike - the NASAs. The colorway is reminiscent of the organization's stylizations - especially the choice of "Total Organge". The sneaker is also available in grade school sizes. Read more in the full post.

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Nike Air Jordan 33 NRG x Travis Scott

Drop date: 27th January 2019
The younger brother of the Fear Of God 1s, the Shoot Arounds.

Presenting the third collaboration of Travis Scott with Nike, schedules to launch on the 27th of January 2019. This one is what is called a Cactus Jack makeover. The sneaker continues the Jordan legasy of innovative and high-performance footwear. Travis' Army Olive colorway makes this the perfect sneaker for many stylizations, so make sure to check out our full post for a better look at the new creation.

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Off-White x Nike Air Max 90

Drop date: 7th February 2019
Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 in desert ore in the front and in black in the back.

The next Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 in both black and desert ore has been scheduled for February 7th, 2019. Both pairs will retail for $160, and will be released from Nike and select retailers, linked below. Check out our full post for a better look at the new AM 90s.

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calendar history

In our calendar history, you can find all past raffles that appeared on this site, as well as their respective full articles. The calendar history is great for finding out how often certain products or line-ups drop.

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