The Nike Air VaporMax tries a digital camouflage motif on for size. We got a first look at this colorway not too long ago, and today we have even more detailed images that show how digi camo works with this model.
This uniquely-designed version of the Nike Air VaporMax comes with a Flyknit upper done in two shades of Grey. The tonal look of the shoe is broken up by way of the Grey and Pink digital camouflage print placed on the heel portion of the shoe. Below you will find a clear VaporMax sole and even more Pink spotted on the outsole heel. Grey laces and a White Swoosh on the side panels complete the look of the shoe. Who’s down to pick up a pair of these? No release date yet, but we’ll hit you with that info too as soon as it’s made public.
Up next for the adidas Crazy 8 ADV Primeknit is this brand new colorway that gives the model a Night Cargo finish. Out now, let’s get a closer look at the shoe courtesy of BAIT.
This version of the adidas Crazy 8 ADV comes constructed out of a Primeknit upper that single-handedy modernizes the classic ’90s silhouette. Opting for a tonal finish, the entire upper comes in a Green (Night Cargo) finish accented by the White hits noted on areas such as the tongue tag, striped collar, pull-tab and back heel. More Green can be seen on the laces and sole unit to complete the monochromatic theme of the shoe. Priced at $140, pick up the adidas Crazy 8 ADV Primeknit Night Cargo at select retailers today.
Above you will get a first look at this new colorway of the Air Jordan 10. Although it’s not identical, this colorway of the Air Jordan 10 looks like it could be the cousin of the Air Jordan 10 Cool Grey, right? Unlike this original Cool Grey 10s, this version opts for a tonal finish on the upper that has the shoes done in all-Grey.
What really sets the shoe apart from anything we’ve ever seen from the model are the array that are used on the uniquely-designed outsole. Hits of Red, White, Blue and Yellow are all utilized on the linear design of the outsole. No word yet on the reasoning or theme behind the colorful soles, but as soon as one is announced, we will be sure to let you know. Get a first look at the shoe above and look for this version of the Air Jordan 10 Cool Grey to drop on January 2018 for the retail price of $190.
This Chinese New Year version of the Nike Special Field Air Force 1 Mid will feature White upper constructed out of both tumbled leather and mesh. The subtleness of the shoe is broken up by way of the bold features such as the Gold accents, the custom CNY fireworks graphics on the midsole/outsole, the custom CNY logo on the tongue and the icy translucent outsole. No official release date yet, but we do expect the Nike Special Field Air Force 1 Mid Chinese New Year to drop during the month of January. Stay tuned for a release date and price info.
It looks like the Air Jordan 13 Hyper Royal finally has an (un)official release date.
Set to drop early on in 2018, the Air Jordan 13 Hyper Royal comes dressed in a clean two-toned finish that has the model rock a White and Hyper Royal makeup. Above you will see renditions of what many people believe the shoe will end up looking like. The shoe is expected to comes dressed in a White leather upper contrasted by the Hyper Royal noted on the suede overlays and midsole. Completing the look is the Black and White rubber sole seen below. Are you a fan of this simple makeup? Dropping on March 3rd for $190, stay tuned as more release info and new images begin to surface.