With the Air Max 90‘s anniversary soon coming to an end, it seems New Air Max 270 has slowly begun shifting focus back to adjacent silhouettes, including but not limited to the ever-iconic Air Max 1.Tinker Hatfield’s design was ahead of its time and has become a street style staple. The sneaker’s midsole of course features the brand’s iconic visible Air Unit.From the overlays to the unders, a smooth leather takes the helm, dressing up in neutral hits of a bleached blue and optical white, respectively. Laces, linings, and soles all follow suit, while the tread adds a touch of yellowing for a subtle premium effect.30 plus years on, this sneaker is still one of the most sought after designs from Nike’s range.Elsewhere, the tongue as well as the heel are brandished with a new logo lock-up, one that sees the Swoosh cut down the middle and split-toned with hits of the titular green. Alongside, the profile check opts for a barebones aesthetic as it prefers a debossed imprint over the usual construction.
First seen back in May 2014 and off prime retail shelves for the better part of five years, the Nike Air Max 2015 has recently emerged in a compelling “Black” and “Metallic Gold” colorway. New Jordan Reportedly part of a broader Nike Air Max collection, the forthcoming pair dips its mixed-materials upper and full-length Air sole unit in a pitch-dark hue. Taping across the model maintains its synthetic styling, but the remainder of the upper opts into a makeup reminiscent of carbon fiber. Branding on the tongue, insole and lateral profile deviate from their tonal surroundings with shimmering gold detailing. “AIRMAX” text on the midsole follows suit, but pales in coverage when compared to the “Black” that takes over the Airbag and waffle-like tread.
Widely cherished for its versatile look and heritage, the adidas Stan Smith has recently been spotted with various modifications including corduroy uppers and Swarovski crystals. Latest Jordan 2020 Building out its Autumn lineup even further, the Three Stripes is readying another installment of the popular tennis sneaker, this time by relying on North African-inspired patterns. If you peep a glimpse at the heel paneling and insoles of each foot, you’ll notice that they each have been accessorized with diamond-shaped Moroccan tile patterns; the right side inviting in blue and burgundy color-blocking, while the left side opts for a louder green and yellow combination. Save for the pure white leather uppers and sole units, you’ll find subtly placed red and yellow accents that shroud the first set of lace loops closest to the ankle, in addition to jet black tongue branding.