Each week, we’ll break down the most popular upcoming shoe drops. We’ll give you the lowdown on the prices and sizes, break down the history of the shoe, and give you the scoop on the newest tech features. Check back every week for the hottest releases. If it’s hyped, it’s here. You can check out the full list of releases on Eastbay’s Release Calendar. Here’s what you have to look forward to this weekend:

Air Jordan Retro 14

JORDAN RETRO 14 ‘OXIDIZED GREEN’ – JULY 16 AT 10 AM ET

The Air Jordan 14 ‘Oxidized Green’ is returning after its initial release in February of 1999. It is the first time since the original release that sneaker heads will be able to get their hands on this classic sneaker. After such a long wait, this shoe is sure to go quick once it becomes available. Men’s $189.99, Grade school $139.99.

adidas Crazylight

ADIDAS CRAZYLIGHT LIBERTY EDITION – JULY 16 AT 10 AM ET

Liberty makes its mark on the Crazylight 2016 with a patriotic red, white, and blue colorway. It is an all-new James Harden player exclusive colorway built for the game’s fastest players. The name is also a reference to Harden’s freedom on the court. He has the ability to create scoring opportunities with his elusive footwork and ability to swerve through traffic and score in key situations. Men’s $129.99, Grade school $99.99.

Nike Kyrie 2

NIKE KYRIE 2 ‘USA’ – JULY 18 AT 10 AM ET

The latest Kyrie 2 sneaker comes in a patriotic colorway ahead of this summer’s competition. The shoe has a clean look with white as the dominating color, accented by royal blue and red. The Kyrie 2 ‘USA’ is also being released in kids’ sizes, so the whole family can show their patriotism. Men’s $124.99, Grade school $99.99, Preschool $79.99, Toddler $54.99.

Nike Flyknit Hyperdunk

NIKE HYPERDUNK FLYKNIT – JULY 18 AT 10 AM ET

The Hyperdunk is bridging the gap between performance and style with a new Flyknit construction. Always considered a top performance shoe, the Hyperdunk Flyknit is furthering that reputation. Flyknit technology allows for the shoe to move in tandem with the body’s natural motion. It allows players to maximize their athletic ability and take their game to the next level. Paul George and other Nike athletes will be sporting the shoe at this summer’s competitions in August. Men’s $199.99.

Nike Kobe

NIKE KOBE XI ELITE – JULY 18 AT 10 AM ET

Nike is releasing the Nike Kobe XI Elite exclusively in grade school sizes, just in time for back-to-school shopping. The Kobe XI Elite is well-equipped for on-court performance, but it also has a fresh look and comfort that works well off the court. Grade school $134.99.