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The Best Sneakers Releasing in February

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February is stacking up as a month absolutely loaded with sneaker releases, and not just because of the NBA All-Star Game and the fact that it’s the shortest month of the year.

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While the All-Star Weekend is flush with retro Air Jordans, a fan-favorite Foamposite, and a KD 4 colorway making its first-ever return, the rest of the month also has a lot to offer. The Nike Field General, which many are already billing as an Adidas Samba competitor, is coming back for the first time since the ’80s near the end of the month. James Harden’s latest model will also make its debut later on, while February will kick off with Converse Chuck 70s featuring 1,300 Swarovski crystals per pair, New Balance’s latest marathon shoe, and the iconic “Brazil” Dunk.

Below, Footwear News takes you through all the best sneakers releasing in February. As always, this post will be updated should any dates change and when additional releases arise.

New Balance Made in USA “Grey/Black/White” Pack

Converse Made in USA Black White Grey Pack
Converse Made in USA Black White Grey Pack

$210

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Release Date: Feb. 1
Price: $200 to $210
Led by Teddy Santis of Aimé Leon Dore fame, New Balance’s Made in USA line is dropping the 990v3, 990v6, 996, and 998 all with the same grey, black, and white color scheme. All but the 996 ($200) are priced at $210.

Swarovski x Converse Chuck 70 De Luxe Squared

Swarovski Converse Chuck 70
Swarovski Converse Chuck 70

$300

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Release Date: Feb. 1
Price: $300
A total of 1,300 crystals adorn each pair of these Chuck 70s, which have also been given a more angular toe cap matched by an “All-Star” logo that’s been reshaped into an octagon.

New Balance FuellCell SuperComp Elite v4

New Balance FuellCell SuperComp Elite v4
New Balance FuellCell SuperComp Elite v4

$250

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Release Date: Feb. 1
Price: $250
New Balance’s top-of-the-line marathon shoe gets its latest update, as the FuelCell SC Elite v4 features a thinner carbon fiber plate and a midsole that’s been both reshaped and now utilizes Peba FuelCell foam in full.

Adidas Adilette 22 “Bold Green”

Adidas Adilette 22 Slide Green
Adidas Adilette 22 Slide Green

$546010% Off

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Release Date: Feb. 1
Price: $60
Adidas’ terraced slide still manages to sell out in the most common sizes years after it was introduced, which means the all-“Bold Green” version may disappear sooner than you’d expect.

Adidas PureBoost 23 “Leopard Print”

Adidas PureBoost 23 Leopard Print
Adidas PureBoost 23 Leopard Print

$140

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Release Date: Feb. 1
Price: $140
The women’s PureBoost 23 gets a leopard print midsole right as the “Mob Wife” trend is getting more attention than ever.

Nike Dunk Low “Brazil”

Nike Dunk Low Brazil 2024
Nike Dunk Low Brazil 2024

$340

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Release Date: Feb. 2
Price: $115
One of Nike’s longest-running Dunk Low colorways returns once again — and much sooner after the 2020 retro brought back the shoe for the first time since 2001.

New Balance Fresh Foam BB v2

New Balance Fresh Foam BB v2
New Balance Fresh Foam BB v2

$129.99

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Release Date: Feb. 2
Price: $130
Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine provided input to help inform the updates to New Balance’s Fresh Foam BB, and the v2’s launch colorway takes inspiration from his off-court style through cream suede with pink accents.

Puma MB.01 “Iridescent”

Puma MB.01 Iridescent
Puma MB.01 Iridescent

$140

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Release Date: Feb. 2
Price: $140
Even though LaMelo Ball is now on his third signature sneaker, Puma continues to trot out new colorways for his first, the MB.01, as this tonal pink look may remind sneakerheads of Kevin Durant’s “Aunt Pearl” series.

Lapstone & Hammer x Asics Gel-NYC and Gel-1130

Lapstone & Hammer Asics Gel-NYC Gel-1130 Collaboration
Lapstone & Hammer Asics Gel-NYC Gel-1130 Collaboration

Release Date: Feb. 3
Price: $180, $160
Philadelphia-based boutique flexes its sense of craftsmanship through dip-dyed Gel-NYC and Gel-1130 sneakers that have been worked by hand and will release with just a total of 100 pairs. No two pairs are exactly alike in their look inspired by stonewash denim.

Air Jordan 3 Craft “Ivory”

Air Jordan 3 Craft Ivory
Air Jordan 3 Craft Ivory

$210

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Release Date: Feb. 3
Price: $210
Suede sneaks its way onto the Air Jordan 3 Craft “Ivory” through layered panels intended to resemble a blurred perspective. The sneaker also features a yellow-tinged translucent outsole, heel panel, and eyestays as the only real splashes of color.

Nike KD 4 “Year of the Dragon 2.0”

Nike KD 4 Year of the Dragon 2.0
Nike KD 4 Year of the Dragon 2.0

$150

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Release Date: Feb. 7
Price: $150
This isn’t a retro but rather an homage to the original KD 4 “Year of the Dragon” from 2012. That year’s celebration involved the “Water Dragon,” while this year’s looks to the “Wood Dragon” with a tonal brown look featuring a grain pattern on the strap and a mythical creature on the heel.

Nike Kobe 8 Protro “Court Purple” and “Radiant Emerald”

Nike Kobe 8 Protro Court Purple, Radiant Emerald
Nike Kobe 8 Protro Court Purple, Radiant Emerald

$224

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Release Date: Feb. 8
Price: $180
Both the all-over print on these two Nike Kobe 8 Protros and the day that they release play on Kobe Bryant’s two numbers from his playing career, no. 8 and no. 24. Fans playing numerology have also christened 2024 the “Kobe Year,” and several more Kobe sneakers should follow as the year goes on.

Nike Air Peg 2K5 “White and Black”

$150

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Release Date: Feb. 9
Price: $150
Nike is fully leaning into the aughts running trend in 2024 as it revives several archival models from the time period. Previously known as the Air Pegasus 2005, the Air Peg 2K5 should win over a lot of the same people who’ve loved the Zoom Vomero 5.

Air Jordan 1 High Women’s “Metallic Gold”

Nike Air Jordan 1 High Metallic Gold
Nike Air Jordan 1 High Metallic Gold

$180

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Release Date: Feb. 14
Price: $180
Taking inspiration from an Air Jordan 4 pack from 2020 and the original Air Jordan 1 “Metallic” series from 1986, this new gold iteration of the AJ1 arrives as a women’s exclusive and includes pendant and chain accessory.

Nike KD 4 “Galaxy”

Nike KD 4 Galaxy
Nike KD 4 Galaxy

$174

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Release Date: Feb. 15
Price: $130
One of the most popular KD colorways ever, as well as a piece of a larger collection from the 2012 NBA All-Star Game, gets its first ever reissue. Even Kevin Durant himself has called the NASA-inspired sneaker one of his favorites.

JJJJound x New Balance 2002R Gore-Tex “Charcoal” and “Pine”

JJJJound New Balance 2002R Gore-Tex
JJJJound New Balance 2002R Gore-Tex

$235

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Release Date: Feb. 15
Price: $190
After another take on the 2002R that was more involved than your typical JJJJound collab, New Balance and the Montreal-based creative studio return to the model with two two-tone colorways more in line with latter’s trademark minimalism.

Adidas Crazy 8 “All-Star”

Adidas Crazy 8 All-Star
Adidas Crazy 8 All-Star

$140

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Release Date: Feb. 15
Price: $140
The sneaker Kobe Bryant wore in 1998 for his first NBA All-Star Game appearance are coming back for the first time since 2011, with one small tweak: “’98” replacing the “8” embroidery on the tongue.

Adidas AE 1 “All-Star”

Adidas AE 1 All-Star
Adidas AE 1 All-Star

$120

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Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $130
Anthony Edwards’ instant-hit signature sneaker gets an iridescent, speckled treatment reminiscent of paint jobs on cars and motorcycles. Expect the AE 1’s streak of sell-outs to continue with the footwear celebration of Edwards’ second-consecutive All-Star appearance.

Cheetos x Puma Scoot Zero

$110

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Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $110
Rookie Scoot Henderson sees the aesthetic of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos take over his signature sneaker — which should be a guaranteed hit given how ardently people love the chips.

Air Jordan 1 High “Metallic Burgundy”

Air Jordan 1 Metallic Burgundy
Air Jordan 1 Metallic Burgundy

Release Date: Feb. 16
Price: $200
The “Metallic” theme continues with a “Burgundy” variant that’s closer to the originals but still darker than the red iteration that’s previously released a number of times.

Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined”

Air Jordan 4 Bred Reimagined
Air Jordan 4 Bred Reimagined

$215

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Release Date: Feb. 17
Price: $215
Jordan Brand’s “Reimagined” series has been hit or miss, but anticipation is high for the Air Jordan 4 “Bred” that swaps nubuck for a premium leather.

Nike Book 1 “Mirage”

$140

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Release Date: Feb. 17
Price: $140
Devin Booker’s debut signature sneaker gets its first wide release in a monochromatic, neutral colorway Nike says is intended to represent his “magician-like mastery.” As polarizing as the shoe has been before it’s even properly released, it’ll be interesting to see how (or if) the conversation shifts once these are out in the wild.

Nike Dunk Low “Waffle”

$130

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Release Date: Feb. 17
Price: $125
Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman’s waffle sole patent turns 50 this month, so why not celebrate with a full shoe that wouldn’t look out of place covered in syrup.

Supreme x Nike Air Max DN

Supreme Nike Air Max DN
Supreme Nike Air Max DN

Release Date: Feb. 22
Price: TBD
Supreme is deviating from its usual pattern for Nike collaborations by making just one colorway for the Air Max DN to launch the brand-new silhouette. Nike’s freshest adaptation of Air Max technology won’t get a wider release until March, and tapping Supreme shows just how much the Swoosh wants the cool factor to rub off.

Adidas Harden Vol. 8 “Sculpted”

Adidas Harden Vol. 8 Sculpted
Adidas Harden Vol. 8 Sculpted

Release Date: Feb. 23
Price: $160
James Harden’s eight signature sneaker, and perhaps the oddest yet, makes its debut with a mix of black and “Hazy Copper” orange. The ring-shaped cage is made of EVA foam, while full-length Lightstrike foam sits underneath.

Bodega x Saucony Grid Shadow 2 “Jaunt Woven”

Release Date: Feb. 23
Price: $140
Boston-based boutique Bodega and Saucony don’t need April 20 as an excuse for a hemp sneaker catering heavily to the stoner crowd.

Clot x Adidas Superstar

Release Date: Feb. 23
Price: $200
The Adidas Superstar’s radical semi-formal transformation by Clot founder Edison Chen quietly launched at select boutiques in January but is now getting a wider release through Adidas.

Undefeated x Nike Air Terra Humara

Undefeated Nike Air Terra Humara
Undefeated Nike Air Terra Humara

Release Date: Feb. 24
Price: $170
Following their collaboration in December, Undefeated and Nike are dropping two additional colorways for the Air Terra Humara, a trail running shoe from the late-’90s that’s long been beloved for lifestyle settings as well. Undefeated will be the only place to buy them, but the first drop didn’t see a rapid sell-out.

Air Jordan 1 High “Black/White”

Air Jordan 1 High Black White 2024
Air Jordan 1 High Black White 2024

Release Date: Feb. 24
Price: $180
“Panda” meets “Bred” on this new but familiar colorway on the Air Jordan 1. A somewhat similar version went under the radar last year, so this AJ1 could be an easy scoop.

Nike Air Foamposite One “Eggplant”

Nike Air Foamposite One Eggplant
Nike Air Foamposite One Eggplant

Release Date: Feb. 29
Price: $240
Even though it’s not an original colorway, the Nike Air Foamposite One “Eggplant” has been a fan-favorite since its introduction in 2009. This year’s retro marks just the third time the shoe has been released and comes six years after the last.

Nike Field General “White/Varsity Red”

Nike Field General White Red
Nike Field General White Red

Release Date: Feb. 29
Price: $100
Many sneakerheads are already tapping the Field General to be an Adidas Samba competitor before it makes its return 40 years after it’s original run. But the American football-rooted silhouette also shares a lot of DNA with the Killshot, a former J. Crew favorite, and Tom Sachs’ General Purpose Shoe.

About the Author:

Ian Servantes is a Senior Trending News Editor for Footwear News specializing in sneaker coverage. He’s previously reported on streetwear and sneakers at Input and Highsnobiety after beginning his career on the pop culture beat. He subscribes to the idea that “ball is life” and doesn’t fuss over his kicks getting dirty.

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