Nike is releasing a handful of new packs from their “Evolution of The Swoosh” Collection that debuted earlier this year. On deck today we bring you a look at the Nike “Future Swoosh” Pack which consists of the Nike Air Max 1, Nike Air Force 1, Nike Air Max Plus, and the Nike Air Max 270 React. Every silhouette from the collection comes with new multilayered futuristic Swoosh logos placed somewhere on the shoe. Each sneaker also comes with a color combination of Black, Purple and Neon Green. Look for the Nike “Future Swoosh” Pack to release on December 20th at select Nike retailers.
A versatile appearance hits this Nike Air Force 1 Low along with a pop of color. Noted as a women’s release, this iteration of the Nike Air Force 1 Low features a full leather construction on the upper in a combination of black and grey. The pop of color comes on the Swoosh logos on the side panels as well as the stitching on the midsole, both which are done in Pink Blast. Debossed Nike branding on the heels, 3M Nike branding on the tongue, a black Nike dubrae, and a contrasting white rubber sole unit cap things off. Ladies can look for this Nike Air Force 1 Low to release in the near future.
First spotted early last month, we now get an official unveiling of the upcoming Fragment x Clot x Nike Air Force 1 PRM.
The Fragment x Clot x Nike Air Force 1 PRM is a special iteration of the Air Force 1 Low that comes dressed in a Black, University Red, and White color scheme. Details on the pair include the textile upper covered in Chinese characters alongside Black leather Swoosh branding. Giving the shoe some contrast is the White midsole, Gum rubber outsole and the Red co-branded insoles. Just like the Game Royal CLOT x Nike Air Force 1 that just released, this pair will also tear away on the upper to show another layer underneath.
Making its debut next month, Nike has officially unveiled the Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2019 Collection.
In 2003, the Doernbecher Freestyle program was launched, and since then it has raised $24 million to advance the cause of children’s health at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital—helping to ensure that the highest standard of specialized care is available to all its patients.
This year’s Nike Doernbecher Freestyle Collection is designed by Desiree Castillo, Kahleah Corona, Ethan Ellis, Bransen Fernando, Sawyer Miller, and Zion Thompson. The silhouettes that will be a part of this year’s collection include the Nike SB Zoom Janoski RM, Nike React Element 55, Air Jordan 14, Nike Air Max Triax 96, Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2, and the Nike Air Force 1.
Fresh off the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6, the Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Cactus Jack” is slated to drop next week. Composed of mixed materials such as textile, leather and suede that are styled in a patchwork theme, as well as in different tones, the sides also bear special patterns and text, which reflects things from Scott’s upbringing—like the durability of traditional work clothing, natural tones associated with being outdoors, and the surreal vibes of Astroworld. Other details include Texas branded straps on the heel, as a nod to Scott’s home state, followed by a zippered lace shroud in corduroy/canvas. Finally, a white midsole and yellow rubber outsole tops off the design.
The CLOT x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Game Royal aka “Royal University Blue Silk,” is one of two colorways from the upcoming collaboration between the fashion retailer/imprint and the Swoosh this season. The sneaker’s design is defined a tonal blue silk upper that bears an all-over pattern that is reflective of CLOT and its Chinese roots. Additionally, the patterned fabric that can be torn away to reveal a secondary design. Finally, a contrasting white midsole and gum rubber outsole tops off the design.