It’s the start of the month and Nike is gearing up to release new sneakers this September. We have the lowdown on what to expect this week from the US sports brand.

KD 8 “Hunt’s Hill Night”

The eighth Nike signature shoe of NBA superstar Kevin Durant is dropping a new colorway tomorrow. The KD8 “Hunt’s Hill Night” features the official colors Night Silver/ Deep Pewter-Tumbled Grey-Green Glow.

Retailing for $180, the sneaker features a silver flyknit upper with a mint green midsole. It will drop in stores on Wednesday, September 2.

Nike Free Trainer 5.0 V6 “Oregon”

Releasing on September 2 at 10 am EDT, the trainers are designed for multi-sport workouts with its lock-down support and mobility. With official colors Kelly/ Black-Metallic Silver-Volt, the pair will sale for $110.

“The newest Nike Free Trainer 5.0 V6 ‘Oregon’ colorway features Kelly Green and Black uppers, punctuated by complimentary school logos and “Win The Day” emblazoned on the inside of the tongue,” Nike revealed.

Nike Zoom All Court CK

Sold for $85, the skateboard sneakers will drop in stores on September 2. Inspired by Cory Kennedy, the pair features a simple yet effective design with a Zoom Air unit in the midsole and a stitch-free lining.

“In true Cory form, he and Nike SB are keeping his signature All Court shoe launch simple, in quintessential black & white with a snakeskin Swoosh,” Nike wrote.

Nike Running Modern Gold Rush Pack

Dropping on Thursday, September 3, the pack features six new pairs of running shoes. Ranging from $120 to $130, the sneakers included in the set include:

– Women’s Nike LunarTempo MGR

– Men’s Nike LunarTempo MGR

– Women’s Nike Air Zoom Structure 18 MGR

– Men’s Nike Air Zoom Structure 18 MGR

– Women’s Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 MGR

– Men’s Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 MGR

All pairs feature a Metallic Gold Swoosh.

Air Max 95 “Anniversary”

“It’s been 20 years since the Air Max 95 arrived and changed running footwear forever. Now reaching platinum status, two new takes on Sergio Lozano’s masterpiece come to life for its 20th anniversary. Featuring the Air Max 95 in Men’s and Women’s, both pairs come dressed for the occasion in celebratory platinum tones,” Nike describes.

With a release dat on September 3, the pack includes a Men’s version of the pair featuring “a Filigree graphic is laser-etched throughout the upper, honoring the milestone for the Air Max 95.”

The women’s version of the pair features a “raw and refined” design with colors white, black and metallic platinum.

Air Jordan 9 “Anthracite”

Probably the most awaited sneaker release of the week, the Jordan 9 “Anthracite” will have sneakerheads and Jordan fans lining up to score a pair. Dropping on Saturday, September 5, the pair will retail for $190.

The pair has the official colors Anthracite/ White-Black.

“The Remastered Air Jordan 9 Retro also marks the return of the molded lace loop all the way to the bottom,” Nike noted.