Coming Soon: Nike KD 15 What The
It looks like the “What The” theme will be returning on the Nike KD line as official images have surfaced of the Nike KD 15 “What The”. Covered in an official color makeup of Action Grape/White-Black-Pink Foam, this Nike KD 15 takes the “What The” theme to the highest level as the performance sneaker gets covered in a wide variety of materials, colors, and prints all over the upper for an eye-catching appearance. The sneaker gets constructed out of a multilayered mesh upper for enhanced ventilation and is joined by a full-length Air Zoom Strobel technology stitched directly to the upper to cut weight and ensure full-foot responsiveness. Additional details include a glow-in-the-dark cage on the side panels, “KD” logos on the tongue tags and insoles, “EA$Y” embroidered on the heel tabs, and KD’s old number 7 written on the heels. The Nike KD 15 “What The” is already available at select retailers in Asia with a stateside release expected in the coming weeks. The retail price is set at $160.
Official Images: Nike Air Max 1 Premium Denim Leopard
Even though #AirMaxDay has come and gone, that won’t stop Nike from releasing neck-breaking colorways of some of their most popular Air Max silhouettes. One of the latest offerings is this Nike Air Max 1 which comes covered in various colors and materials, including denim and leopard. Taking on an official color makeup of Medium Blue/White-University Gold-Picante Red-Metallic Gold-Desert Ochre, this Nike Air Max 1 starts off with a white textured mesh on the toes which is then joined by navy denim overlays on the toes and side panels as well as leopard print on the heels and toes. Additional details include white textured leather Swooshes on the side panels, a red and gold embroidered ankle collar, white rope-like laces, brown leather tongue tags, metallic gold upper eyelets, white Nike branding on the heels, and graphic insoles. Down below we see a full white rubber sole unit to cap off the look on this Nike Air Max 1 that is expected to release on April 28th for $160.
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