If you didn’t already consider the retooling of the Nike Air Max Lunar1 to be a deluxe upgrade already Nike has decided to make it official with the aptly named ‘Deluxe’ Pack. The reworked Nike Air Max 1 outdoes itself this time with two vibrant new rich colorways.
The sneaker pops up in both Burgundy / Orange as well as Black / Purple and each one is given a rich textured leather upper. The bumpy faced runners both have a White midsole as well with a mesh tongue to add a bit of breathability as well. We don’t know when these are going to be available at Nike retailers but hopefully it will be soon because they are pretty fresh.
Back in 2004, the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Cali” released and people went nuts for them. Fast forward 10 years later, and Nike is now releasing the high top iteration of the sneaker in hopes of a similar outcome! The Nike SB Dunk High “Cali” features the same classic design as its predecessor. The California flag displayed throughout the Nike Dunk High makes for a great design. Hitting select shops August 30th, let us know what you think of the Nike SB Dunk High “Cali” and if you plan on copping!
Nike WMNS Air Force 1 “Iridescent Pearl” Collection
Taking a step away from silver and gold, the new Nike WMNS Air Force 1 “Iridescent Pearl” Collection draws inspiration from the classy section of the jewelery store. This duo uses the iconic Nike Air Force 1 silhouette in high-top form and decks it out with the gem’s finish, specifically for the ladies. Portraying the beauty of raw pearls, these releases put a sporty spin on luxury. To go along with the classic AF1 High is a Nike Lunar Force 1 Sky Hi with an elevated heel, both placing an iridescent upper on top of white midsoles and ice blue outsoles. Grab either pair when they release on September 12th.
J. Crew has been privy to quite a few New Balance models in some pretty sick colorways. While the styles have come and gone here in the states it looks like they have finally made their way to the land down under.
A few very familiar New Balance 998 and New Balance 1400 colorways have popped up at a select Australian retailers including popular sneaker shop Up There. The New Balance 998 appears in Navy / Orange and Tan / Orange while a Grey / Green pair of New Balance 1400′s is also set to be available on August 23 at $220 a pop. This simply means you have another shot at snatching up a pair thanks to the internet.
The iconic Nike Air Max 90 is again given an updated woven upper in Jacquard fashion for lightweight comfort with classic styling. This new style code of the Nike Air Max 90 JCRD utilizes three different shades of green, all intertwined to create a unique appearance. Turbo green, dark mica green and venom green are all prevalent across the threaded upper, while a black mudguard and a white flex sole contribute contrast. Pick up a pair for $150 today, directly from Nike.
Reptile prints are always welcome, especially when the prints are weaved into the design in an intricate and elegant fashion. The latest Nike Dunk Low colorway strategically places a bit of reptile print along the Nike “Swoosh” in a Crystal Mint Hue, while an Obsidian nubuck upper acts as a contrast. A dash of Gym Red is seen along the inner lining of the sneaker and the Nike branding. Treat yourself and go grab your pair today at your local Nike retailer.
Continuing to deliver fresh new style codes for its runners, Puma Shoes hooks the Trinomic XR1 Racer up with a clean White/Blue color scheme. The leading shade takes command of the models leather and mesh-infused upper, while vibrant streaks of blue and pink light up the accents, branding, and inner lining respectively. Get up close and personal with the PUMA Trinomic XR1 Racer White/Blue below and look for these to be available via Caliroots online shop Friday, August 22nd.
The latest rendition of the New Balance 670 model comes to us with a pretty loud colorway. This time around, instead of using Orange as an accenting color, New Balance decides that Orange really is the new Black and works it into the design as a base color. In tunr, Black and White are used as accenting colors in this rendition. If you’re interested in this rendition, then check for availability with your local New Balance retailer.
JD Sports has been known to get the drops on Air Max models for quite some time, and the venerable UK retailer did us the favor of previewing this Nike Air Max 1 before it arrived stateside. Now we’re lucky enough to get a chance to snatch up a pair as it manages to pull in two different shades of blue while mixing together the usual synthetic leather, mesh and suede in a look on the colder end of the color spectrum. What do you think? Be sure to check out more after the click and grab this Air Max 1 pair today via shops like Sneaker Politics.