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One of the more anticipated drops that is on the way is VLONE’s Air Force 1 collaboration.The coveted black and orange low-tops pay homage to the past, present and future of Harlem’s legendary basketball culture, as the kicks will be arriving on February 11 at a special pop-up experience in Harlem.For a closer look at the collaborative footwear, see the imagery above.Subscribe to Highsnobiety’s sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates on release dates, sneaker street style, shopping tips and more.Following the announcement of a collaboration between Supreme and Nike on the Air More Uptempo, a quick-witted concept designer has whipped up three prototypes to give us a first look at what the shoe might look like.

The highly-anticipated (we may as well take “highly-anticipated” as a given after another year packed with high profile Supreme collabs and another one with Louis Vuitton seemingly also in the works) release is yet to be unveiled, but these new designs published by French blog SneakersAddict show how the pair might rework the shoe’s iconic design.They show the mid-’90s basketball-favorite with completely overhauled “AIR” branding on the upper, simply reading “SUP,” while the rest of the shoe remains almost untouched. Details are still pretty thin on the ground, but initial reports said it will be dubbed the “Suptempo.”Check out the concept designs above, and stay tuned for more information.In other sneaker news, adidas is re-releasing the “Solar Red” NMD_R1.

Subscribe to Highsnobiety’s sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates on release dates, sneaker street style, shopping tips and more.While news of an impending collaboration with Louis Vuitton seemingly sent fashion heads into a frenzy, Supreme shows no signs of slowing down in terms of joint projects, as the streetwear mainstay is now also working on a new design with Nike. The collab in turn finds Supreme taking on the Swoosh’s mid-’90s basketball-favorite, the Air More Uptempo.