Release Date: Nike Air Max 1 Powerball Pink Lemonade

The Nike Air Max 1 Powerball Pink Lemonade has been given a tentative release date. This is the third colorway from the Nike Air Max 1 Powerwall collection that joins the Yellow Lemonade and Pine Green Lemonade pairs.

Although no images of the Nike Air Max 1 Powerball Pink Lemonade have leaked, the shoe is expected to come dressed in an Atmosphere and True White color scheme. Expect the same pop art-style “Air” appearing on the quarter panel in an allover fashion. The shoe will come constructed in a mix of mesh, suede, and leather atop a White midsole and Black rubber outsole. Continue reading

Official Images: Air Jordan 4 PSG

Debuting next month, here are official images of the Air Jordan 4 PSG. Taking on a color scheme of White, Neutral Grey, Black, and Bordeaux — the majority of this Air Jordan 4 is draped in the pristine/neutral hue. Bold Bordeaux accents and black detailing throughout comprise its aesthetic while finishing touches consist of the “PANAME” text label on the lateral forefoot and the “PSG” badge on its heels. Furthermore, the sneakers will be packaged in a co-branded matching box. Continue reading

Royal Pulse Swooshes Highlight This Nike Blazer Mid 77

Another neutral colorway of the Nike Blazer Mid 77 with a pop of color has surfaced as we bring you official images of the Royal Pulse rendition. Starting off with a white leather base construction that dominates the upper, this Blazer Mid 77 is then hit with grey suede overlays on the toe and mudguard while the highlight Royal Pulse blue hue is seen on the Swooshes and the “NIKE” branding on the heels. OG-style Nike branding on the exposed foam tongue and a cream/beige hue on the rubber midsole finish off the look on this Nike Blazer Mid 77 that will be dropping soon for $100. Continue reading

New Branding Hits The Heel of This Nike Air Force 1

Another day, another pair of Forces. This time around the iconic silhouette from Nike Sportswear dons a classic leather upper with some new added details for that vintage aesthetic. Looking at this Nike Air Force 1 Low we see the shoe starts off with a white leather base all throughout the upper that has been hit with a yellow trim all on the overlays for a vintage/aged look. Adding to the vintage look is the silver detailing on the branding, heel tab, inner liner, and the rubber outsole. As a finishing touch we see some new “AIR FORCE 1” branding on the heels that looks like it was done by a label maker. Get a good look at this Air Force 1 Low above and expect a release to take place in the coming weeks. Continue reading