The Nike Air Force 1 Low “La Calaca” comes with a reflective sugar skulls pattern that is inspired by La Calaca, an instrumental part of the altars created during the holiday which denote the journey of life after death. The white represents the sugar, while colors bring to life the creative design details of the traditional offerings.
Your feet won’t have any issues getting noticed with this new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Mid as Jordan Brand has created something both bright and flashy for the GS crowd. Demanding attention right away, this Air Jordan 1 Mod gets covered in a full Metallic Silver leather construction all throughout the upper with Racer Pink hitting the branding on the tongue and ankle. Down below things get even flashier as we see a tri-colored orange/pink rubber midsole/outsole to cap off the look. This Air Jordan 1 Mid is arriving at select retailers now for $90.
The Nike Air Max 720 Waves comes with an upper constructed out of tumbled leather with synthetic textiles and topped off by an embroidered circular design with a grid pattern on the quarter panels. The shoe also comes with a speed lacing system, nylon pull tabs, padded leather collar and a rippled rubber outsole. Coming in your choice of Blue Void/Red Orbit-Black or White/Black-Wolf Grey., look for both colorways of the model to release on October 26th at select retailers and Nike.com for the retail price of $190.
The adidas Yung-1 is the latest adidas silhoutte to release in a trail-ready version. Rightfully dubbed the adidas Yung-1 Trail, this colorway of the model comes in a Core Black/Solar Yellow-Hi Res Aqua color scheme.
The adidas Yung-1 Trail comes constructed out of a Black mesh upper with matching suede overlays. Bold accents are added to the shoe by way of the Solar Yellow Three Stripes on the sides and the Orange and Blue hits noted on the sole portion of the shoe. Making it suitable for your next hike is the trail traction rubber outsole down low.