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This Week's Heat: AJ 1 'Banned', AJ 31 'Banned', Timberland Patriotic Red, and more

Nike Roshe Two – 9/1/16

The original Roshe, which debuted in 2012, took the sneaker world by storm with its simplistic design and aesthetic. Designer Dylan Raasch took the time to strip away all the fluff to create a simple, refined sneaker, and now four years later Nike is releasing the Roshe Two.

The streamlined Roshe two is clear of all unnecessary frills, and is all about all-day comfort and style. These kicks sport an upgraded sole unit that stacks three layers of cushioning for maximum, everyday comfort. Special grooves carved in the sole ensure a natural range of motion and upgraded traction.

Dropping in two different styles, the upper of the Roshe Two is constructed with either light neoprene or breathable, stretchy Flyknit. Marking the launch of this sneaker, Nike is unveiling a myriad of colorways dressing the Roshe Two.

The Roshe Two is dropping a men’s, women’s, and kids’ sizes, so check out City Gear’s selection of the Nike Roshe Two. If you want to pick these sneakers in stores check out Where to Cop for details on locations.

Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 'Crimson/Jade' 844833-003

Nike Roshe Two Flyknit 'Volt' 844833-400

Nike Women's Roshe Two 'Black' and 'Green'

Nike Air Max 90 PRM 'White' - 9/1/16 – 443817-104

The Nike Air Max 90 silhouette, originally constructed by Nike and designer Tinker Hatfield in 1991 as the Air Max III, became an instant classic.

Thanks to the unique seven panel molded construction, first-of-its-kind multi-lace port system, and visible Max Air unit fitted in the heel, the AM 90 has endured the test of time. This modern update to the Air Max legacy, the Nike Women’s Air Max 90 PRM, retains the features of its predecessor, while updating the sneaker for today’s streets with the ultra-lightweight synthetic upper and full-length Polyurethane midsole. This Premium iteration features an all-white colorway for icy style. Iridescent molded lace ports add a touch of flash in the right light.

The Nike Air Max 90 PRM ‘White’ is available on Thursday, Sept. 1st, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for details. These ladies’ kicks will be available for $120.

Nike Women's Air Max 90 PRM 'White' 443817-104

Timberland Premium Patriotic Red Boot - 9/3/16 – TB0A1FNHF41

Timberland is getting a head start on the fall season with a premium rendition of the timeless 6-inch boot.

The 'Patriotic Red' features a waterproof, nubuck leather upper in red, accented by navy, leather-padded collar and optional blue laces. Timberland branding is embossed on the heel as well as the tongue along with a 13-star design, which represents the United States’ original 13 colonies. Three Timberland medallions dangle from an eyelet in red, white, and blue. These patriotic boots rest on a gum outsole.

The Timberland Premium Patriotic Red Boot will be available Friday, Sept. 2nd, in stores and online. This limited release will be in men’s for $200, grade schoolers’ for $130, preschoolers’ for $95, and toddlers’ for $85.

Timberland Patriotic Red Premium Boot

PUMA Meek Basket 'Black' - 9/2/16 – 362206-01

Stunt hard all summer ’16 in the PUMA x Meek Mill Basket.

These men’s PUMA low-tops feature a quilted synthetic upper with patent leather overlays for premium style and long-lasting durability. Flex with this sneakers patent leather laces. A full-length EVA midsole ensures responsive cushioning, and the sturdy rubber outsole is finished off with cross-stitch traction pattern for increased surface grip.

The PUMA Meek Basket ‘Black’ drops on Friday, Sept. 2nd, in stores and online, and will be in men’s sizes for $90. Look to Where to Cop on which City Gear locations will have this sneaker.

PUMA Meek Mill Basket 362206-01

Nike Air More Uptempo ‘White' - 9/3/16 – 414962-103

Nike is resurrecting the classic Air More Uptempo silhouette, originally designed by Wilson Smith in 1996, and laced up by Scottie Pippen.

The Air More series is renowned for the distinctive ‘Air’ branding on the side panels and multiple visible Air-Sole units, and the Air More Uptempo restores this illustrious sneaker in full form. Featuring a full-grain leather and Durabuck upper that is draped in clean white. The midsole is fitted with three visible Air-Sole units and accented with a white Nike Swoosh at heel. The gum, rubber outsole features a large, herringbone traction pattern for optimal surface grip.

The Nike Air More Uptempo ‘Olympics’ drops on Wednesday, July 20th, in stores and only so check Where to Cop for details. These patriotic and timeless sneakers are $160 for men, and $130 for grade schoolers.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG 'Banned' - 9/3/16 – 555088-001

Flex in the original colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG.

This classic hi-top sneaker is dressed in the original “banned” colorway, and is constructed with a smooth leather upper. Black leather makes up the base of the sneaker with a red toe box and red overlays covering the Swoosh, wings, and heel. The black Air Jordan Wings logo is imprinted on the ankle, and a red Nike Air logo graces the black mesh tongue. The AJ 1 ‘Banned’ sits on a white midsole and red outsole.

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG ‘Banned’ will be available on Saturday, Sept. 3rd, in stores only. Be sure to check Where to Cop for details on launch locations. These kicks will be $160 in men’s and grade schoolers’ for $120.

Air Jordan 1 Retro 'Banned' 555088-001

Air Jordan 31 'Banned' - 9/3/16 – 845037-001

Dominate the hardwood in the Air Jordan 31 ‘Banned’.

From collar to outsole, the Jordan 31 is sleek, and designed with the best performance in mind. Fading from synthetic leather to Flyweave, the upper provides lightweight support and breathability. The support of the sneaker is bolstered by Flywire cables that lock down your fit, lending lateral stability.

The AJ 31 was unveiled in the popular ‘Banned’ colorway featuring black on the collar and liner, and fading red on the Flyweave. The Jumpman on the ankle is a vibrant red, while a pixeled and faded Swoosh grace the midfoot.

The sneaker sits atop FlightSpeed technology unleashing the full energy return of the Nike Zoom Air tech for explosive returns. The translucent, red outsole features a herringbone traction pattern, and “BANNED” printed underneath.

The Air Jordan 31 ‘Banned’ will be drops on Saturday, Sept. 3rd, in stores only, so check Where to Cop for details. They will be in men’s for $200.

Air Jordan 31 'Banned' 845037-001