Nike is taking the classic and timeless Nike Cortez to its roots by releasing a new Nike Cortez ’72 this time in a clean Triple White offering. Ideal to be worn during the summer, this Nike Cortez gets engulfed in the heavenly hue literally from head to toe. Design highlights include a premium leather construction all over the upper with tonal Swooshes on the side panels, shark-toothed edges on the eyestay, metallic silver lace dubraes, debossed Nike branding on the heels, and a full white rubber sole with additional Nike branding on the outsole. Look for the Nike Cortez ’72 “Triple White” to release in the coming weeks for $110.
The classic Vans Rowley XLT is making a return, beginning with this collaboration between Dime and Vans Skateboarding.
Nike Skateboarding will be releasing a new “University Red” colorway of the popular Nike SB Dunk Low for the summer of 2024. While there are no images of the sneaker yet, a mockup has been provided Sole Retriever showing us what to possibly expect. Expected to come in an official color combination of University Red, White, Gum Light Brown, and Gym Red, this Nike SB Dunk Low is expected to come with a White leather construction on the base of the upper which is then joined by a premium University Red suede on the overlays, Swooshes, and heel tabs. Additional details that we can expect are Orange accents on the tongue labels and insoles as a nod to the label series, white rubber midsoles, and Gum Light Brown rubber outsoles. Stay tuned to Kicks On Fire for a first look and expect a release to take place during summer 2024 for $115.
The original Nike Air Max 1 Urawa dropped way back in 2004 as a Japan-exclusive. Now Nike is set to bring it back in 2023. The 2004 pair paid homage to the Urawa Dragons (aka Urawa Red Diamonds) J League Football Club. The 2023 pair will come modified a but, while still playing tribute to the teams’s kits.