After making its official debut via a COMME des GARÇONS collaboration, the long-awaited general release of the Nike VaporMax Flyknit looks to making its way onto the shelves very shortly. The heavily-cushioned silhouette is featured in a clean “Pure Platinum” colorway for Spring/Summer 2017, which adorns the sneaker’s lightweight and breathable Flyknit construction. Nike’s signature Flywire, a permanent fixture in the sportswear giant’s newer Air Max models, enhances support along the medial and lateral sides, while the visible Air Max technology makes certain of a comfortable ride. Subtle aesthetic details such as the white Swoosh, grey tongue and grey ankle portion finish off the latest design. Look for the “Pure Platinum” Nike VaporMax Flyknit to hit select Swoosh accounts in the near future.
After taking the wraps off the cream iteration of the Raf Simons collaborative silhouette, adidas Originals returns with a lush rendition of the iconic tennis shoe in premium tan. The low-top sneaker now receives a suede/linen upper for a sophisticated look. Not to mention, the rubber sole is adorned with a complementing hue to top off an all-over tan makeup.
Take a look at the shoe above and purchase it now at select adidas Originals stockists such as Renarts.
What looks to be a late addition to their collaborative footwear lineup, adidas Originals and White Mountaineering present two new variations of the Superstar Slip-On for Spring/Summer 2017. Like the rest of the models the latest kicks mainly feature hues of blue and white across their respective makeups to go along with modernized Three Stripes elastic bands that adorn the forefoot of the design. The inclusion of this unique feature, which was first introduced onto the classic Superstar in August of 2015, once again signals Yosuke Aizawa’s penchant for utilitarian design. Material-wise the two opt for the ultra-comfortable Primeknit construction for a lightweight construction and additional touches of nubuck along the heel counter, while the ever-present shell toe is featured in a clean white for both colorways. You can purchase the kicks at select adidas accounts including Sneakerboy now.
The clock will soon be turned back with the return of the Nike Air Trainer Max 94. This time around the unforgettable silhouette receives a twist as it transitions from a mid to a low-cut model. Its nostalgic vibe is presented via its OG “Dark Pine” colorway as its visible Air Max unit in the heel is complemented by a white midsole along with an upper that incorporates a mix of black and white coloring to go with Nike Air branding on its heel. “Dark Pine” coloring is found along its neoprene bootie with Air Max2 branding found on its tongue in white.
There’s no slated release date for the Nike Air Trainer Max 94 Low, but it’s expected to drop online and at select Nike Sportswear retailers sooner rather than later.
The Nike Air Force 1 Ultra makes a big comeback with an all-Flyknit upper in a low-cut silhouette. The black colorway is accented by metallic overlays, adding a striking effect to the sneaker. Additionally, the knit construction and cored-out sole provide a lightweight feel to the revamped shoe, offering comfort and flexibility. Finished off with contrasting branding against the lateral, heel tab and tongue, take a closer look above and purchase a pair at Nike starting on Feb. 17.