Early access invites for “The 50” were already sent out on Nike SNKRS
This unique iteration is covered in its titular hue from the top to the mid-foot. The indigo dye that’s utilized here is cultivated and harvested by BUAISOU — a group that specializes in indigo-crafting that’s based in Japan’s Tokushima Prefecture. Due to the fact that the indigo dyeing process is done entirely by hand, no two pairs will bear the same shadings or patterns. In addition the its dark blue exterior, there are cross-like shapes that are embroidered into its upper layer. The pair shown above shows them off atop the throat, mid-foot and heels. White paint drops off on the ISPA-branded tongue and heel tabs, and the outsoles and deteriorating midsole molds are dyed with a plum-like tone. Early access invites for “The 50” were already sent out on Nike SNKRS, but pairs are available at aftermarket retailers like GOAT now and it’s not out of the question that a restock will occur this fall twister társasjáték mh. Its upper layer is designed with a crisp white leather material and features see-through TPE circles on the toeboxes, forefoot, midfoot and heels much like Abloh’s previously launched Off-White™ x Air Jordan 5 collaborations. Other important elements to point out on the base layer include that of the side Swooshes which are draped in a bold red hue, the extra set of yellow laces that weave across the upper as the tan canvas strip overlays that also act as the mudguards. Backgrounds of the midsoles are pre-yellowed for a vintage effect, and come seated next to a midsole black mold that is decorated with yellow and blue panels.
Additional accessories include that of the white hang tags, and Helvetica branding printed atop the shoe laces and on the medial wall. First released in 2018, the Nike (NYSE:NKE +1.15%) Air Force 1 Utility High‘s 2.0 version comes three years later sporting a cleaner look with contemporary techwear accents. Peep the new hiking boots in the gallery above. Priced at £115 GBP (approximately $160 USD), the Lahar Low is now available for purchase via Nike GB’s web store clarks forest lagoon. Nike (NYSE:NKE +1.15%) and Serena Williams came together in 2019 to birth the Serena Williams Design Crew (SWDC) — an an apprenticeship program devised to champion diversity in the realm of design. For this initiative, 10 designers from NYC were tasked to cook up a women’s lifestyle and performance collection that entailed footwear, apparel and accessories, all of which were inspired by the iconic female tennis athlete and has now been officially unveiled. There’s no exact time frame as to when these will drop yet, but it’s likely that these could see an official release towards the end of 2021. Equipped with the iconic Waffle sole and oversized Swoosh, the upper is crafted with a soft suede fabric besides an exposed foam tongue. Sat atop a plush foam midsole for added comfort, the Waffle 2 is rounded out with pops of “Hyper Royal” and “Metallic Silver” alongside the overpowering “University Red”.
The second iteration features a mix of smooth and tumbled white leather uppers. The tongue is seen in black nylon mesh donning an experimental tongue label, and a metal buckle system runs over and around the collars. Other details include a leather lace deubré and suede overlays on the heel. Below, a rugged elevated sole unit offers extra grip and utility during slick conditions. As Off-White™ and Nike (NYSE:NKE +1.15%) ‘s Dunk Low “The 50” collection begins to arrive at the homes of lucky “Early Access” winners, we’ve been treated to more detailed looks at select styles from the 50-pair collection. One of the latest? Dunk #34 of 50, shown off by noted sneaker leaker YankeeKicks. In the apparel department, you’ll find an array of products from patterned overalls to matching mesh jerseys and shorts to performance bras and shorts. In addition, athleisure track jackets, sweatpants and quarter zips are also included in the capsule ágyrács tartó papucs. With the Fall season just around the corner, Nike (NYSE:NKE +1.15%) is already planning a release for the much colder, winter months. In its next lineup of Nike Air Force 1 Luxe silhouettes, the sneaker brand has recently announced the arrival of the black, bucktan and gum yellow colorway. Labor Day is the federal holiday created to honor American workers and their achievements, giving most the day off, because that’s definitely the way to our hearts. Held on the first Monday of September, the preceding weekend is also the unofficial end of summer. This year, Labor Day is Monday, Sept. 6, and most online sales will kick off on Saturday, Sept. 4.
In 2020, Nike (NYSE:NKE +1.15%) and its forward-thinking ISPA division introduced a handful of striking footwear silhouettes to the footwear scene. One of those was the Nike ISPA Drifter — a mid-cut model that draws inspiration from the traditional Japanese tabi shoe. Since its debut, it hasn’t seen all that much action, but that will soon change as the silhouette has just emerged with an “Indigo” makeover. After a “Rawdacious” encore, the Nike Zoom AlphaFly NEXT% is preparing what is arguably its best colorway yet. Alongside a vibrant, neon-tinged upper, the pair incorporates equally loud gradients and much more. The upper, relative to what’s underfoot, is visually one note. That, however, doesn’t mean it’s at all boring as the ATOMKNIT construction is woven together with bright “Volt” threads. Branded text and oversized Swooshes, then, detail atop in black, matching the tread but not the sole’s white heel. Forward, the midsole opts to deviate from these neutrals, pairing a blue bottom section with a top half tri-colored in red, orange, and yellow.
For a closer, detailed look, check out the official images below. A release is sure to hit Nike.com and select retailers soon. There’s something admirable (or, at least, like, shamelessly capitalistic) in Nike’s commitment to developing new categories. After all, wouldn’t most other brands be content to rest on their laurels for a bit, reissuing retro Jordans when they need to and milking a deep backlog of hits for all their worth? Not the Swoosh.