Share This Page: This Week In Shoes: Air Foamposite 1 Premium, Air Force Max CB 2 Hyperfuse, ADIDAS Originals (9/28 - 9/30) Air Foamposite 1 Premium - Atomic Red Nike brings back the Air Foamposite 1 this weekend in a Thermal Map (575420-600) colorway that plays off of the super-hyped Weatherman design released just last month. They feature the signature Foamposite one-piece upper, along with the Nike Zoom unit, providing a bold and modern look while maintaining high-profile functionality. You can pick them up at all City Gear stores and online this Saturday, September 28 at $250. Air Force Max CB 2 Hyperfuse - Royal Blue / Chilling Red-White Nike has reimagined the Charles Barkley signature shoe, with a unique Hyperfuse spin. The Air Force Max CB 2 launches in a never-before-seen Hyperfuse (616761-400) this Saturday, introducing a Deep Royal colorway accented by retro-inspired touches of Chilling Red, along with white bringing in a balance that keeps the radical shoe from going too far out there. This signature shoe launches Saturday, September 28 at $150. Pick it up in stores and online. Air DT Max '96 - Fresh new Colorways Coming back into the spotlight this week, the Nike Air Max '96 (316408-003, 316408-600) relaunches on Saturday with two classic colorways that play on the shoe's strengths, drawing attention to the leather/suede combo by utilizing a clash of dark uppers across an all-white midsole and outsole. These are the perfect shoes to bring together a vintage 1990s look, and it's never too early to bring back greatness. You can pick these up on Saturday, September 28 at only $130, or $110 for Grade School sizes. ADIDAS Originals - Run Thru Time 80's Pack Coming this Monday, 9/30, the adidas Originals series is set to wrap up the month of September with a fresh mix of retro and contemporary with their fan-pleasing 80's Pack. The RUN THRU TIME pack is packed with adidas Originals’ signature style, bringing the past 30 years back from the dead in a fresh, contemporary way. The pack of nine shoes takes three iconic running silhouettes – the ZXZ ADV from the 80s, the ZX 5000 Response from the 90s and the Adizeros Adios 2 from the 00s – and expresses each of them in three colorway/material concepts synonymous with each of the three decades. The 80's execution is all about classic mesh, vintage suede and reflective stripes. Look for these shoes in select City Gear stores, after they drop on September 30th.