Puma Shoes gives some shine to their classic Basket sneaker with the “Patent Leather” pack. The vintage hoops low-top receives a glossy makeover in three colorways including your pick of navy-red-white, solid black, and white-navy, each with a white sole unit below. The Puma Basket “Patent Leather” collection combining old school style with a modern look is arriving now at select Puma retailers, including Las Vegas’ Feature.
Following the initial look, an editorial perspective of the Nike Dunk High CMFT “Bred” is now showcased, depicting the classic footwear on a person’s foot.
Comprised as a tweaked composition of the legendary Nike Dunk which first debuted back in 1985, this variation is retooled to emphasize comfort, as a soft Phylon midsole and OrthoLite sockliner deliver performance cushioning, while strategic cut-outs in the rubber outsole reduces the shoe’s weight overall.
Sporting a premium synthetic leather upper for durable comfort in a color block of the ever adoring palette of Black and Red, a White midsole and Red outsole unit rounds out its overall palette and composition perfectly. Retailing for $100, find this variation of the Nike Dunk High CMFT at Nike retailers now.
Nike Air Force 1 Elite
Style Code: 744308-100
Release Date: February 11th, 2015
Nike is bring visible Air to the Air Force 1 in classic form. While we’ve seen visible Air on the AF1 in other forms, Nike adapts the familiar window from the Air Max 1 onto this made-for-All-Star silhouette, but the details don’t stop there because there’s a plethora of three-dimensional studs and stars that give this sneaker quite a unique look. Look out for these to hit stores on February 11th right before the start of All-Star Weekend.
Where oh where has the New Balance 678 been? New Balance has kept the silhouette on reserve and it has been sitting safe and sound, but now the retro runner is back and making a splash with two new colorways to help bring in the Spring and Summer seasons. Each rendition of the New Balance 678 model works OG-inspired colorway that make use of mesh and synthetic suede materials.
Each iteration is dipped in a premium White base, while either a vivid Blue or Burgundy hue hits up the side panels, heel, toe and New Balance branding. The toecap and heel also feature some Grey detailing, which completes the color palette. If you’ve been looking to add a 90′s looking retro runner into the rotation then look for the New Balance 678 at your local New Balance retailer soon, and keep it locked here for the specifics.
Previewed last week as part of the upcoming collaborative sneaker set from Brooklyn We Go Hard and Puma Shoes, today we get a closer look at the “Pristine” colorway of the R698. The luxurious edition of the classic Puma runner by the Parisian label features a premium blend of materials including nubuck, leather, and mesh, along with chenille for each side stripe. In a colorway that is indeed pristine looking, the silhouette sports off-white and cream hues across the upper with a touch of navy wrapping the heel. Get a better look at the “Pristine” R698 by BWGH here, and find them at finer Puma suppliers this Saturday, January 31st.
There’s no place like home. This “Tin Man” Nike Dunk High won’t be the first Nike SB silhouette to display the Wizard of Oz theme, as the Nike SB Dunk Low “Dorothy” has that claim to fame. Here, the shoe gets a rather subdued theme to callout one of Dorothy’s friends, as the tin motif finds its way onto the Swoosh, toebox, and heel. A simple black maintains a classy finish to contrast a fully translucent outsole that skips out on the added blue ice tint. Grab a pair today from select spots like Rise.
The New Balance 990 OG wasn’t getting much attention in 2014 but it is on the come-up this year. Already off to another colorway, the New Balance 990 takes on a mesh and suede construction which is laid out in a Grey base. Lighter shades of Grey touch on the design as well and White also adds to the look along the laces, New Balance logo and midsole.
The heel tab features 3M reflective material, ensuring that this rendition of the New Balance 990 OG gets spotted. If you’re interested in gabbing the latest colorway of the New Balance 990 runner then be on the look for them at your local New balance retailer today for $180.
Fans of the cult-classic Nike Air Max Plus have another new colorway to get excited about. Ditching the model’s signature multicolor fade, this icy new look for the bold 1998 Tuned Air runner features an immaculate white upper with ‘Ice’ blue accents—including the frosty clear outsole. Unfortunately like a few other great new looks for the Air Max Plus we’ve seen recently, these are a Foot Locker Europe and Australia exclusive, so you’ll have to pull some strings to get a pair if you’re in the USA.
You know you want to jump for joy. Nike will be gifting us to a QS release of the Nike SB Dunk High “De La Soul 2″. The Nike SB Dunk High “De La Soul 2″ brings us a dope second interpretation of one of our favorite Dunks to date, and you can expect these to be an All Star Weekend release that will be arriving later in February.
The 2004 print that first graced the low top has now transferred over to the Nike Dunk High and you can be sure that everyone is going to want to get their hands on these. This iteration is set in a White leather base while the toe and the heel get some extra attention. Be on the lookout for these to arrive at select Nike retailers on February 13th for $150. It’s not hard to make the decision to cop these but leave word in the comment section as to whether or not they will be part of the 2015 rotation.
Just Don x Air Jordan 2
Color: Bright Blue/Metallic Gold-University Red
Style Code: 717170-405
Release Date: January 31st, 2015
Don C‘s been a Jordan aficionado for quite some time. And, according to Kanye West, Jordan Brand owes both of them for bringing back retro Jordans to prominence. Regardless of the braggadocio behind that statement, the Jumpman has finally teamed up with Don C under his Just Don imprint to give us this quilted leather Air Jordan 2 in a pristine monochromatic Bright Blue. The shoe’s made headlines for the fact that at some stores you’ll have to go out of your way to purchase one of his python-laden snapbacks to secure your pair, but good news is on the horizon for those living outside the states – you’ll be able to grab a pair at select shops as well. Stick around for another look at Jordan Brand’s latest collaborative effort and grab your pair from select shops this Saturday, 1/31 for $275.