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Trust in Supreme to bring the 90’s back with the revival of an early tennis which was adopted by skaters in the early 90s. Now available in five solid colourways, the Nike GTS is back with its understated charm retailing at Supreme/Nike GTS US Retail $88/UK Retail £69. View more images of the kicks below.
NIKE prepare to release the “AIR JORDAN 11LAB4.”
Available in University Red / White colourways according to The Drop Date.com. “The Nike Air Jordan 11LAB4 is the next release from the Jordan Element Series, which combines multiple silhouettes to create something new. This time around, the Jordan 4 has been treated to a patent leather upper, more commonly seen on the 11. As a further nod, the toe wrap has been given the no-sew treatment for a somewhat smoother and streamlined look.” The expected world wide release date is July 11th. View images of the fresh kicks below.
The Air Jordan Future Shoe is made with a woven upper and a Phylon midsole for an elevated off-court look and a comfortable, cushioned fit.
The Future comes in all different colour waves and can be worn as unisex, these Air Jordan’s are a great addition.
Sometimes, all it takes is a little change to make a big impact – just ask renowned designers Tinker Hatfield and Eric Avar.
A hardwood classic, the Air Flight Huarache emits cold tones with a reflective, all-black leather exoskeleton. Inspired by the fit of a waterski boot, a black neoprene inner-sleeve can be seen through mid-foot cutouts, reducing the amount of material while maintaining its structure. A speckled midsole with red accents around the heel and outsole add small punches of color
“With an influx of different colourways on Tinker Hatfield’s swoosh less creation; this time round sees a new colourway for women’s. This Women’s Air Huarache is seen in a cargo khaki upper colourway with tonal khaki laces & a clean white midsole. Tonal safari print is added on the side panels & toe.”
Legends live forever and the Air Max 90 is no exception. A timeless running silhouette brought to life in 1990 by Tinker Hatfield, its legacy lives on around the world.
Over the years, it’s been re-imagined, redesigned, and remade; done up in a variety of ways, from all-over graphical treatments to traditional mesh, leather and suede builds. The Air Max 90 once again raises the bar this season, with a design that blends an iconic colorway with modern updates.
The new look maintains recognizable Air Max design language with hits of Infrared where it matters most. The toebox and ankle are both covered in off-white premium suede, creating a new look that still screams classic. Washed denim replaces the typically suede overlays and toecap, while a snakeskin-inspired Swoosh adds another subtle pop.
A classic has been redone