What looks like a simple triple white colorway of the Nike Air Max 95 is actually a little more than that as Nike has given the legendary silhouette the “Next Nature” treatment. So what exactly does this mean? It means this Air Max 95 comes constructed with the traditional mesh and leather build that we’re used to on the upper, however the shoe also incorporates recycled materials. In addition to the upper, the rest of the sneaker including the branding, laces, tongue, inner liner, midsole, and outsole are also all covered in the heavenly hue. You can look for this Nike Air Max 95 Next Nature in Triple White to release in women’s sizing in the coming weeks. Will you cop or pass?
Another earth tone colorway of the Nike Crater Impact has surfaced following a look at the Nike Crater Impact Sequoia a few days ago. The Nike Crater Impact is a relatively new silhouette from the Swoosh which is made from at least 25% total recycled material features a mesh base with a synthetic nubuck on the side panel overlays. This colorway has been covered in Brown Kelp all over the upper with Cave Purple accents hitting the overlays on the tongue and eyestays, the tongue branding, and the heel pull tabs. Additional details include stitched Swoosh designs on the side panels, a thich speckled recycled Crater Foam midsole, and recycled Nike Grind detailing on the outsole. If you rock with the Nike Crater Impact you can look for this Brown Kelp colorway at select Nike retailers as well as online now for $100.
Nike SB will soon be releasing a new Nike SB Dunk Low colorway which looks to a classic sneaker for inspiration. Today we get our first look at the Nike SB Dunk Low “Chlorophyll” which is inspired by the classic Nike Air Trainer 1 colorway. The sneaker features a Medium Grey/White-Chlorophyll-Black color makeup as the shoe starts off with a White perforated base which is then joined by black and grey suede overlays on the toe, midfoot, eyestay, ankle, heel, and Swooshes. Chlorophyll Green is then present on the tongue tags and heel branding along with a white midsole and grey rubber outsole to finish things off. At the moment the Nike SB Dunk Low “Chlorophyll” is expected to release some time in November for $100.
Following the release of the Social Status x Nike Dunk Mid Chocolate Milk last month, we now have release information to reports for its counterpart, the Social Status x Nike Dunk Mid Strawberry Milk. The The Social Status x Nike Dunk Mid Strawberry Milk is inspired by milk cartons given during summertime free lunches as this pair represents strawberry milk. The shoe is covered in a color scheme of Light Soft Pink/Coconut Milk-Pink Glaze and its highlighted by its mixed material construction. Other highlights include Social Status and Nike logos on the tongue tags and insoles, slightly translucent, synthetic Swooshes, an ingredients list displayed on the medial side which reads, “Nike Sportswear, Social Status,” as well as a special box and wrapping paper.