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 their 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:

Jordan Retro 1 High ‘The Return’ – Saturday, Nov. 21 at 10 am ET

Behind every Air Jordan sneaker there is rich history, and the story behind the AJ 1 High might be our favorite; In the ’85-’86 season, when MJ returned to the floor from a broken foot just before the playoffs, he needed a shoe he could trust, and felt the AJ 1 was a safer bet, but wanted a high like the AJ 2. Jordan brand heeded the call and created ‘The Return’ — a combination of both. Get a piece of magic MJ history on Saturday. Men’s $149.99, Grade School $119.99

Jordan AJ 1 High 'The Return'

UA Curry 2 ‘The Professional’ – Available Now

The newest Curry 2 release is for the court assassins. If you mean business (and dress like it) Under Armour’s Curry 2 ‘The Professional’ is for you. “The Professional” is etched into the tongue of the shoe with a bullet below it, signifying Stephen’s sharp-shooting ability. Rumored to pay homage to the ’94 cult classic movie, Leon: The Professional, this Curry 2 is meant for the well-dressed shooters. Men’s $129.99, Grade School $99.99, Preschool $74.99

Under Armour Curry 2 'The Professional'

Nike Air Max 2016 – Available Now

Just when we were beginning to think it was impossible to improve, the Air Max 2016 was once again struck by Nike’s ingenuity. They’ve added a much more breathable mesh onto the full-length air unit, and offer sharper styles to add to your shoe collection. Men and women alike get to choose from two different colors with more on the way. Adapt to any surface in Nike’s newest Air Max. Men’s $189.99, Women’s $189.99, Grade School $154.99

Nike Air Max 2016

Nike LeBron 13 ‘The Akronite Philosophy’ – Saturday, Nov. 21 at 10 am ET

Success in every step; the Lebron 13 ‘The Akronite Philosophy’ follows each and every rung of LeBron’s career ladder. The multicolored shoe features palm trees for his Miami championships and wheat graphics to symbolize Akron. Grab this one-of-a-kind design on Saturday.   Men’s $199.99, Grade School $159.99, Preschool $89.99, Toddler $59.99

Nike LeBron 13 'Akronite Philosophy'

Nike Air Huarache & Air Max Thea – Available Now

Out with the old, and in with the new; red is now the new black. Nike has announced two new women’s shoes to get the red-dressed treatment: The Air Huarache and the Air Max Thea. Both recently created some buzz in Japan where they were released — then sold out — almost instantaneously. You need to be on the ball if you want them when they drop Friday. Air Huarache $109.99, Air Max Thea $89.99

Nike casual

UA ClutchFit Drive 2 Low ‘Emmanuel Mudiay’ PEs – Available Now

A lot of low-top basketball lovers also love Under Armour, but having traditionally worn low-cuts, hadn’t found a go-to shoe — until now. UA has answered with the ClutchFit 2 Low. These ‘Emmanuel Mudiay’ playoff edition kicks are as hot as Mudiay’s handles, and the burnt orange midsole displays that. Mudiay is Under Armour’s newest athlete and, as a rookie, is already averaging almost 40 minutes per game — we’re excited to watch his career unfold, but even more excited to see his future shoe releases. Men’s $109.99

Under Armour ClutchFit Drive 2