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5 Most Anticipated Sneakers of 2020

This year has already had some great sneaker drops, including the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low, the Yeezy Basketball "Quantum," and others.

Despite all these great drops that have already come and gone, the rest of 2020 still has a lot of great releases in store.

To help make sure you don't miss out on any of these upcoming releases, we put together this short list of the five most anticipated sneakers still to come in 2020. Check them out below.

Ben & Jerry's x Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chunky Dunky'

Ben & Jerry's x Nike SB Dunk Low 'Chunky Dunky'

(source: Nike)

Just in time for summer, Nike is teaming up with Ben & Jerry's for the Nike SB Dunk Low "Chunky Dunky."

This collab features a design inspired by Ben & Jerry's packaging, including a melting yellow Swoosh, faux cow hair overlays, a tie-dyed ankle liner, and other familiar details.

This pair is retailing for $100 and is set to release in select skate shops on May 23 and via Nike SNKRS on May 26.

Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React

Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React

(source: @hanzuying)

Travis Scott x Nike collabs have yet to disappoint, and the Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React "Cactus Trails" continues the hot streak.

This twist on the Air Max 270 React features an earth-toned colorway, a pre-distressed look, and Travis Scott branding on the insoles and heel tabs.

After being delayed a few times, this collab is set to drop on May 29 with a retail price tag of $170.

Off-White x Air Jordan V 'Plot Twist'

Off-White x Air Jordan V 'Sail'

(source: @virgilabloh)

Fresh off the release of his black Off-White x Air Jordan 5s, Virgil Abloh teased a new Off-White Jordan 5 colorway.

The Off-White x Air Jordan 5 "Plot Twist" is essentially an inverted version of the black colorway. The shoe features a deconstructed design, pre-yellowed details, circular cutouts, and a colorway similar to the "Fire Red" 5s.

Details for this release have yet to be revealed, but this pair is currently expected to drop during the holiday season later this year.

Off-White x Air Jordan IV 'Sail'

Off-White x Air Jordan IV 'Sail'

(source: @karlhab)

In addition to the Jordan 5 "Plot Twist." Off-White is set to release the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 "Sail" this summer.

This pair of 4s, reported to be a women's exclusive release, is dressed in a Sail white, white, black, and Muslin color scheme. Other details include translucent wings and heel tabs, "AIR" branding, and a cream hangtag.

While there is no official release date, these 4s are expected to drop this summer for a retail price of $200.

(If you like the Off-White aesthetic as much as we do, try grabbing a pair of Off-White style laces for your customs sneakers.)

Dior x Air Jordan 1 High OG

Dior x Air Jordan 1 High OG

(source: Nike)

You've probably heard about this last one already. The Dior x Air Jordan 1 High OG is one of the most anticipated drops of the year, and despite an indefinite delay due to the coronavirus, the shoe is still expected to drop later this year.

Made in Italy, this Dior x Air Jordan collaboration features the signature Dior pattern on the Swoosh, a Dior-stamped sole, "Air Dior" branding, a clean white and grey color scheme, and other unique details.

While there isn't currently a release date for these, be sure to keep an eye out as only 1,000 pairs are expected to be sold for a retail price of $2,000.

Don't forget to follow us on Instagram to see how you can use Angelus paint to make your own customs, and  stop by our online store to grab the materials you need for your next project.

Air Jordan Release Dates - May 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced Jordan to push back the release dates of some of its most anticipated new colorways, but there are still a few good drops set to come this month.

Check out some of the upcoming drops below, and make sure to check out our online store to grab the materials you need to customize these upcoming colorways.

Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red”

(source: Nike)

Jordan rereleased the Air Jordan 5 "Fire Red" at the beginning of the month to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Jordan 5.

This colorway, originally released in 1990, features a white leather upper, Fire Red accents, a black and Fire Red midsole, and an icy outsole.

The Air Jordan 5 "Fire Red" released in full family sizing on May 2 at select retailers and StockX for $200.

Air Jordan 13 GS “Aurora Green”

(source: Nike)

Jordan Brand also has something in store for the kids this month with the children-exclusive Air Jordan 13 GS "Aurora Green" colorway.

This new Jordan 13 is dressed up in a bright white, green, and pink color scheme with a leather upper and pink and green speckled laces.

The Jordan 13 GS "Aurora Green" is set to drop on May 8 at select retailers for $140.

Air Jordan 1 High OG “Royal Toe”

(source: Nike)

One of the biggest additions to Jordan's Spring 2020 lineup is the new Air Jordan 1 High OG "Royal Toe."

As you might've guessed, the "Royal Toe" features a royal blue toe box and accents, a black and white leather upper, a white midsole, and a royal blue outsole.

You can pick these up from select retailers on May 9 for $170.

Jordan 4 "Metallic"

(source: Nike)

As part of an upcoming Jordan 4 "Metallic Pack," Jordan is dropping four new Jordan 4 colorways -- Purple Metallic, Green Metallic, Red Metallic, and Orange Metallic.

Each colorway features an all-white leather upper, a white rubber sole, and metallic details on the eyelets, Jumpman logo, and tongue lining.

All four colorways are set to drop at select retailers on May 20 for $190 each.

Air Jordan 13 “Flint”

(source: Nike)

For its last May release, Jordan Brand is bringing back the popular Air Jordan 13 "Flint," which was released in 1998 and rereleased in 2005 and 2010.

The rerelease of the Jordan 13 "Flint" will feature the same 3M reflective detailing as the original, and is dressed up in a navy blue, University Blue, Flint Grey, and white color scheme.

Look for the Jordan 13 "Flint" at select retailers on May 30 for $190.

Don't forget to follow us on Instagram to see how you can use Angelus paints to customize your new pair of Jordans.

Coming Soon: Adidas Yeezy Quantum

Back in 2018, Kanye West gave us an early look at the Adidas Yeezy Basketball. Unfortunately, the shoe, which was announced as part of the 2019 Yeezy lineup, never actually dropped.

But now, according to Yeezy Mafia, we can expect to see the new Yeezy Basketball model in stores in the coming months.

Take a look at the upcoming Yeezy "Quantum" below along with a few other upcoming Yeezy releases.

Adidas Yeezy Quantum

(source: @yeezymafia)

According to Yeezy Mafia, the new Yeezy Basketball "Quantum" is set to drop during the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend, which is taking place from February 14th through the 16th.

Yeezy Mafia also noted that there are two version dropping: a lifestyle version and a basketball version. Both will be $250 retail.

Yeezy Quantum Reflective Detail

(source: @yeezymafia)

The Quantum's upper is much like the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 with a taller ankle collar, color-blocked heel, a suede toe box, and a translucent sole.

One of the most unique parts of the shoe is the 3M reflective hits hidden on the upper. While it is a basketball shoe, some believe it will be banned from the NBA due to these reflective hits.

700 MNVN SPRING 2020 LINEUP

(source: @yeezymafia)

The new Yeezy Basketball models aren't the only new silhouettes coming from Yeezy this year.

This Spring, Yeezy is expected to drop various colorways of the new 700 MNVM. This new model will be constructed from nylon rather than suede and leather.

The four colorways for this new silhouette are "Orange," "Triple Black," "Bone," and "Phosphor." All colorways will feature a full-length Boost midsole and a new lacing system.

Per Yeezy Mafia, the 700 MNVM will retail for $220 and may be available on StockX before the official release.

Make sure to follow Angelus on Instagram to see how you can customize your own Yeezys, and be sure to check out our online store to grab the materials you need for your next customs.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Obsidian University Blue Coming in August

The Air Jordan 1 will always be one of the most iconic Jordan silhouettes of all time, so it's no wonder why there's always so much hype for new colorways.

Next month, we'll be getting another brand new Air Jordan 1 colorway. You can check out the details below and see how you can customize your own pair of Jordan 1s ahead of this drop.

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Obsidian University Blue

(source: @hanzuying)

Thanks to IG user @hanzuying, we can see the details of the new Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Obsidian University Blue up close.

This colorway is another addition to the collection of UNC-themed Jordan 1s. The OG Obsidian University Blue features a full leather build with a Sail, Obsidian, and University Blue color scheme.

The release date for this pair has changed a few times. But, as of now, you can expect this colorway to hit stores on August 31 with a $160 price tag.

Thinking of picking up these new 1s to customize for yourself?

Check out some of these pics for some Jordan 1 custom inspiration.

Blacked Out Jordan 1

(source: @swellguycustoms)

Want to flip the colorway on your Jordan 1s?

Check out these custom black and clay green 1s made by sponsored artist @swellguycustoms. Like the new 1s coming next month, these started with a white upper.

If you want to see how to make this design for yourself, check out the full tutorial on our YouTube channel.

Warhawk 1s

(source: @sab_one)

These next ones are a great example if you want to put some more detail into your customs.

These Warhawk 1s by sponsored artist @sab_one, take inspiration from the Warhawk fighter plane with some design elements inspired by Off-White.

Red, Yellow, and Blue Jordan 1s

(source: @astrotorfcustoms)

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Obsidian University Blue colorway is clean as is, but, if you want some more color, take a look at these for some inspiration.

These customs by sponsored artist @astrotorfcustoms use a unique yellow, white, red, and blue color scheme to make them stand out from the rest of the Air Jordan 1 colorways.

Sketch Jordan 1s

(source: @astrotorfcustoms)

If you want to change up the design aesthetic of your 1s, try out this sketch effect made by sponsored artist @astrotorfcustoms.

All you need to create this sketch effect is some cleverly placed white and black accents. 

Grab some paint for yourself to give this effect a try without changing the color scheme on your 1s.

Remember to follow Angelus on Instagram to see more customs like these and to keep up with our current promotions.

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