Shown above, the Star Wars x adidas 2020 Collection will include the adidas Top Ten for C-3PO, Superstar for Darth Vader, NMD R1 for the Stromtrooper, NMD R1 V2 for Lando Calrissian, and the Ultra Boost for Yoda. The images above show that each model will come with portrait tongues and branded heels and insoles. Peep the Darth Vader face on the Superstar’s shell toe.
The Nike LeBron 17 What The was first unveiled back in April. We now come to find out that the mismatched LeBrons will also be releasing in grade school sizes.
For those that may now know, “What The” colorways of models are defined by Nike’s iconic motif which blends past colorways into one.
For this particular pair, the silhouette is defined by a multicolor color blocking theme. Previous colorways such as the “Monstars,” “Mr. Swackhammer,” “Future Air,” “More Than An Athlete” and “I Promise” are some of the notable renditions applied on the silhouette. Finishing touches include a picnic blanket-styled insole that reads, “James Family Reunion” and special hang tags.
The Nike LeBron 7 Christ The King (CTK) is inspired by the away jersey of Christ The King High School basketball team located in Queens, New York. The shoe comes dressed in a Deep Maroon, Metallic Gold, and White color scheme. It consists of a Maroon base with Gold Flywire cables, matching laces and a White patent leather mudguard. It also comes with “Christ King” on the medial heel atop a White midsole with a Maroon full-length Air Max unit.
Dropping soon, here is an official look at the Nike Blazer Low Leather Astronomy Blue.
This new colorway of the Nike Blazer Low comes dressed in a White, Astronomy Blue, and Sail color scheme. Design details include a White leather upper contrasted by the Blue accents on the Swooshes, tongue and heel branding. Completing the look is the White midsole, White laces and a Gum rubber outsole.
Jordan Brand recently announced 32 students across the country (in NYC, Philly, LA, Chicago, Charlotte and Portland) as the latest recipients of their Wings scholarship for the college class of 2024.
Jordan Brand President, Craig Williams, released a letter on behalf of the Brand announcing the news, along with Jordan Brand’s commitment to continue Uniting the world together through fashion and sport. The brand also released an announcement video, featuring a voice over from Jordan Brand Family Member, Carmelo Anthony, welcoming the newest class of Wings scholars.
Dropping next week, here is an official look at the Puma Rudolf Dassler Legacy iteration of the Puma Oslo-City.
Having first been introduced during the 1952 Olympic Games in Oslo and named accordingly to the host city, the shoe went through a couple of changes over time. A few versions later, including the first Oslo-City offshoots in 1972, it arrived in this 1976 iteration. Originally designed as an all-purpose trainer suited to indoor sports such as handball, volleyball and badminton, they today provide a casual yet sporty look for the streets. Details like the iconic textured PUMA Contact sole No. II and the suede formstripe and t-toe overlay round off the shoe and make it a favorite among collectors. A timeless design and silhouette standing the test of times.