Nike will be releasing a few great gears this week that fans should be excited about. From running shoes, to skateboard sneakers and everyday casual wear, expect to cop a good pair in the coming days.

Nike Air Max 95 Ultra

Releasing this Thursday, July 16, the Air Max Ultra follows the iconic silhouette of the shoes with some lighter upgrades. Since first being released two decades ago, the redesigned pair features a lightweight woven jacquard upper and a lighter midsole by “coring out the spine-like structure,” Nike described.

The Nike Air Max 95 Ultra will be available in Nike retailers worldwide for $185 for Men’s and $125 for Women’s.

Nike Metcon 1 “Varsity Red”

Nike’s sneakers has been banned in the NBA and now it’s off limits in the CrossFit circle too? According to HypeBeast, the shoe giant is taking aim at competition, Reebok, after CrossFit required its competitors to wear only the British-brans shoes as an event partner.

With a tagline of “Don’t ban our shoe. Beat our shoe.” Nike is releasing the Metcon 1 in a banned colorway too — “Varisty Red.” The colorway, which features Black, Red and White, was also banned in the NBA when it was first released on the Air Jordan 1.

“This colorway pays homage to Nike’s first outlawed shoe, the Air Jordan 1, and it’s designed to stand strong in any competition—whether it’s allowed or not,” Nike explained.

The Nike Metcon 1 “Varsity Red” will release on July 16 at $130 per pair.

Nike SB Civilist Collection

Dropping on Saturday, July 18, the Nike SB Civilist Collection is in collaboration with Berlin premium skateshop, Civilist. The collection consists of the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Canvas Spree which features a unique “waveprint” pattern, while Nike SB Jansoki Max Spree features the trademark “WaveKnit” design of the pair but positioned on top of a special double-layer fabric.

The pairs price tagged at $90 to $120.