Our top 3 winter kicks that have just dropped on WOOVIN.

It’s officially the holiday season! As many of us prepare for Christmas or take shelter from the snow or the cold winter weather, the sneakerheads among us are excited for another reason. Traditionally, December is a time of lots of amazing sneaker offerings, and this year has been no different. We’ve picked out three models, already available to buy and sell through our WOOVIN site. All of which stand out to us as early highlights of this winter season.

Jordan 11 Retro DMP Gratitude (2023)

There is no better way to start this list than with this year’s Air Jordan 11 offering. For context, every December, Jordan releases a single Air Jordan 11 High, one of the most popular Air Jordan models. It is regularly the highlight of the year for sneakerheads and Jordan fans alike. This year, the colorway in question is the “Gratitude” Air Jordan 11. First releasing in 2006, the sneakers were part of the Defining Moments pack. The sneaker was a take on the famous “Concord” colorway, which Jordan wore on his way to his 4th championship. However, with added golden details to signify his winning achievement. 17 years later, and 3 years after the other Jordan from the Defining Moments pack got a retro, the Jordan 11 Retro DMP Gratitude has finally hit shelves.

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Adidas Fear of God Athletics 1 Basketball Carbon

Having announced their partnership with Jerry Lorenzo in December of 2023, Adidas has finally released their Fear of God collection. A significant figure in the popularization of athleisure, Lorenzo’s latest collection follows a similar theme. But the star of the show is the new Adidas Fear of God Athletics 1 Basketball sneaker. Currently available in a Carbon finish, the sneaker will likely be released in more colorways further down the line. The model’s basketball functionality alongside its stylish silhouette opens itself up to two different markets. And its futuristic design, albeit different from current trends, could be a sign of what’s to come. Especially after the popularity of Fear of God’s Nike collaboration, seeing their initial work with Adidas is no small deal. And to finally have the chance to get the product in our hands is a great feeling.


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For a while now, the Nike SB Dunk has been touted as the next style to fade out. But, whilst the sneaker’s hype has settled since the start of the decade, the Dunk is still here. A perfect example of this is Nike’s latest offering in collaboration with TIGHTBOOTH. A popular Japanese Fashion label. Significant given the popularity of skating in Japan, as well as their skating success, most recently with Yuto Horigome. The model takes inspiration from the night time, with white paneling, featuring a hatched pattern, layered over a black upper. Other notable detailing includes a reflective Nike Swoosh, a dotted pattern on the tongue and orange TIGHTBOOTH branding on the heel of the sneaker and its insole.

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