NIKE has taken the wraps off of another copper-Swooshed VaporMax, introducing a predominately white colorway of the kicks to go along with the marled grey pair that surfaced last month. According to Nike, the duo make up an “Explorer” pack — the colorways are dubbed “Explorer Light” and “Explorer Dark” — as their Swooshes “hint at the deep-sea diving helmets that opened up underwater frontiers.” While the white pair references space suits, the grey pair “alludes to the gritty texture of faraway planets.”
adidas Originals has given the classic Superstar an update, this time taking inspiration from New York City. The sneaker is the third of adidas Originals’ recent flagship exclusive drops and comes in navy with contrasting white 3-stripes on the external side panel. The inside panel shows the New York City influence, with a map of the city’s five boroughs illustrated on the premium navy suede.
The shoe also features a leather upper, lining and shell toe as well as semi-reflective laces with metallic lace tips. The adidas Originals New York City Flagship Exclusive Superstars will be available on June 22, and only from adidas Originals flagship stores in New York, Berlin, London, Milan, Seul, Tokyo, Mexico, Paris and Moscow.
Take a look at the rest of adidas Originals’ flagship exclusive drops, including a Paris-inspired Tubular Instinct and an NMD_R2 based on Tokyo.
After the Air Jordan 13 “History of Flight” was released back in 2009 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Jordan brand, it quickly passed into legend as one of the rarest and most sought after of all Jordans. This summer, though, to mark 20 years of the Air Jordan 13, the sneaker will be getting a wider release and you might finally be able to get your hands on a pair. The “History of Flight” comes primarily in white with red detailing, and pays tribute to Jordan‘s career playing for the Chicago Bulls. If you want to pick up a pair of your Air Jordan 13 grails, the “History of Flight” colorway is dropping at select Jordan Brand stores and online on July 22, priced at $190 USD.
Take a look at Jordan Brand’s upcoming footwear offering for this fall, which includes the “History of Flight” sneaker.
Nike‘s Air Max More sneaker has been given a blue and white upgrade for the silhouette’s latest release. Coming in a white upper with contrasting royal blue laces, Swoosh and full-length Air Max unit, the “Game Royal” colorway is perfect for the coming summer months. The sneaker also comes with a perforated upper and an internal bootie to maximise its comfort. The “Game Royal” Nike Air Max More is available now at retailers including Titolo for €190 EUR, or $212 USD.
Nike has been turning out the Air Max More colorways since the silhouette was unveiled earlier this year, with “Binary Blue” and “Essential Black” also dropping over the last few months.
ADIDAS has given the Superstar a major overhaul this season, transforming the iconic shell-toed low-top with a new deconstructed design. Dubbed the Superstar 80s Decon, the kicks ditch the shoe’s original construction in favor of a one-piece wraparound leather upper while laser etching mimics the shell toe and branding of the original.
Finished with a “Vintage White” sole unit and brown hits to the heel and tongue branding badge, the “Running White” and “Core Black” colorways of the Superstar 80s Decon are available now via atmos.