It looks like in 2022, Tom Sachs and Nike will be furthering their collection with a brand new NikeCraft General Purpose shoe. 

Creating their fourth release to date, Tom Sachs and Nike have a certain aspect that demands attention whenever you hear the two names combined. Thanks to his popular Mars Yard rendition, the duo has accumulated quite a bit of demand over the past couple of years which will continue into 2022 with the General Purpose silhouette.

While we don’t have all the aspects of the new sneaker, from first look images, the shoe appears to opt for more of a safer design. Featuring a creamy mesh upper that’s detailed by tonal suede overlays across the mudguard and white Nike Swoosh logos, the rendition is finished off with a gum midsole and outsole. Creating a rendition you can wear for a variety of different occasions.


The Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose release has yet to be scheduled but a release is expected to go down later this year via select Nike retailers and Check out the first look images below and make sure to follow JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news from your favorite brands.

Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe
Style Code: DA6672-200
Restock Date: August 5, 2022
Retail Price: $109.99

UPDATE 8/1: The OG Tom Sachs NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe will be restocking on August 5th, 2022 via Be sure to follow us on Twitter for live updates.

UPDATE 5/29: We finally have official word that the General Purpose Shoe will be dropping on June 10th, 2022 via The pair will be dropping in womens sizing 5-14.5, 15.5, and men’s sizes 3.5-13, 14, and 15 at 10am ET.


UPDATE 2/8: More images of the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe are here which you can enjoy below. The sneaker will also arrive in special packaging. Thanks to reserved_kicks for the detailed images.

UPDATE 1/4: Thanks to sneakerknockerzllc, we have a detailed in-hand look at the Tom Sach’s x NikeCraft General Purpose Shoe. Enjoy below and stay tuned for updates.

Images Via: die_sel666

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