Monday, June 19, 2017


John Elliott Nike Vandal High Collaboration Release June 2017 Paris colette - 3852840
John Elliott‘s NikeLab collaboration first surfaced during the presentation of his 2017 fall/winter collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s in early February. Rounding out Elliott’s sports-inspired collection on the runway was his NikeLab take on the Vandal High. During an interview with HYPEBEAST at the show, Elliott mentioned that this is his first collaboration with the Swoosh, and that he “grew up skating and playing basketball.”
For me, the only silhouette that I did both in was the Vandal. I traveled with Vandals throughout the course of my childhood, so for me, this whole collection is based in the past. And there was no shoe that made more sense to work on than the Vandal.
Now, the streetwear-styled high-top sneaker has a release date. Elliott shared details on Instagram and an image of both the “Anthracite” and “Sail” colorways. Look for the sneakers to arrive in-store at colette and NikeLab P75 in Paris on June 21. The next day, they’ll be available worldwide via Visit the website to read Elliott’s story on how the NikeLab collaboration came to be.
NikeLab Meadow Sneaker Footwear Casual Shoes Baby Teeth Nike Logo Geoff Hollister Low-Top - 3852471
NikeLab has just taken the wraps off the all-new Meadow silhouette for the 2017 spring/summer season. The inaugural low-top is draped in a light pink colorway and boasts a two-strap velcro system for easy wear. Additionally, the pared-back shoe boasts Geoff Hollister’s “Baby Teeth” Nike Logo from 1976 which is adorned on the heel-cap.
Check out the NikeLab Meadow model above and expect an official rollout starting June 20 at NikeLab’s official website and select stockists worldwide.
Nike Dunk High "Off-White" Colorway - 3851919
The Nike Dunk Hi silhouette gets a summer worthy makeover. The sneaker comes in an “off-white” colorway featuring a suede upper along with a white leather swoosh, perforated toebox for breathability, crisp white laces and sole. The Nike Dunk Hi retails for $117 USD and you can cop a pair at retailers such as Upclassics. Will you be adding this sneaker to your rotation?
In case you’ve missed it, Momofuku’s David Chang joins Nike for a Nike SB Dunk High “Momofuku” sneaker.
Nike Kobe Venomenon 6 Cool Grey Kobe Bryant - 3851528

In our last look at Nike’s Kobe Venomenon 6, Kobe Bryant’s signature shoe took on a mean “Triple Black” color scheme. The statement kicks are back with yet another summer release in its newest “Cool Grey” tonal iteration. The uppers feature a lightweight breathable mesh construction with complimentary hits of black landing on the front side Swoosh, tongue branding and on the heel rope pull tab. Rounding out the new design is the paint speckle motif making its way onto the translucent midsole. While no official release date has yet been confirmed, look for the Nike Kobe Venomenon 6 “Cool Grey” at participating retailers sometime this summer.
In other footwear news, A$AP Bari teased another colorway of the VLONE x Nike Air Force 1 silhouette.
Nike KD Kevin Durant 10 oreo golden state warriors - 3850829
Following the announcement of an “Olive” colorway last week, Nike releases yet another colorway for the KD 10. This time around placing a speckled “Oreo” knit in the upper with matching speckled laces. The black heel counter adds some contrast to the sneaker, and sits atop a white sole unit. Following Durant’s MVP-winning performance in the NBA Finals, it’s safe to say we can expect a few more iterations of the KD 10.
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Nike Duel Racer white menta black vintage 1988 duelist - 3850772
A new silhouette for Summer, the Nike Duel Racer resembles a vintage running shoe. Made to fit comfortably like a sock, the upper is made from breathable mesh synthetics. A primarily black and white shoe, the swoosh and aggressive heel-counter bring hints of Menta green. This shoe is modeled after the original Nike Duellist, which debuted in 1988. You can cop this shoe from retailers such as Sneaker Politics for $120 USD.

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