Shown above, the Nike React WR ISPA comes dressed in three different colorways done in your choice of Black/Metallic Silver, Summit White/Royal Blue or Velvet Brown/Terra Orange. We’ve learned that the shoe comes with waterproof TPE mesh uppers, taped seams on the mid panel with ISPA branding, an “X” embossed on the heels, an asymmetrical lacing system, reflective hits, a large Swoosh logo on the medial side all while being placed on top of a React sole unit.
The Nike VaporMax Gliese made its debut earlier this month when they dropped the Metallic Field colorway. Now we got word that the Nike VaporMax Gliese will be releasing in the Black and White color scheme you see above.
For those not too familiar with this iteration of the Nike VaporMax, it’s a shoe with a stylish upper consisting of a Flyknit design with leather overlays. Details include a bold tongue tab that features “Nike Air” with mini Swooshes, followed by a Black midsole and Blacked-out translucent VaporMax sole.
Back in August of last year there was a rumor floating around saying that Jordan Brand would be bringing back the highly-coveted Air Jordan 6 Doernbecher some time in the Fall along with the rest of the Doernbecher Collection. Fall came and went and it never happened. Fast-forward to today and now we get official images of the Air Jordan 6 Doernbecher. What does this exactly mean? It’s kind of odd to see images of a shoe that never released or will release, which leads us to believe that the Air Jordan 6 Doernbecher could possibly be getting the retro treatment sometime in 2019.