Following the Nike Air Presto “Triple Pink”, the Nike Air Max 270 receives the very same “Triple Pink” color scheme to close out summer in style. Overall, the silhouette boasts the vibrant tone across its mesh construction in addition to tonal synthetic overlays, TPU heel overlay, signature Air Max unit, and laces, Finally, more pink for the heel tabs, branding throughout, and midsole solidifies the eye-catching design.
The Nike Air Force 1 Mid React is now revealed in a pristine all-white iteration as part of the AF1’s 40th anniversary celebration. Essentially another lifestyle variation of the iconic Nike Air Force 1 by retaining its iconic design intact, this rendition is enhanced with a mixture of materials via leather and transparent mesh alongside an inner bootie build. Finally, distinctive straps on the heels with blue accents, a semi-translucent midsole and Nike React cushioning underfoot rounds out the profile.
The Nike Air Trainer 1 “Tokyo 2003” consists as a special iteration of the classic silhouette and as suggested, it pays homage to Japan. Sporting a timeless color scheme of black and white as its primary tones, the model incorporates a premium build via tumbled leather and croc-like leather overlays across its forefoot and heel section. Additionally, the focal point consists of “TYO 03” motifs adorning the lateral heel and hangtags while pops of purple throughout add vibrancy to the sleek profile. Finally, a white/black midsole with more purple accents on the outsole rounds out the design.
The Nike Air Max 97 is revealed in a new colorway which also pays homage to South Korea in a subtle manner. Officially covered in a mixture of “Pure Platinum/Wolf Grey-White-White,” the pristine pair boasts a white mesh upper that is nicely offset by Wolf Grey and Pure Platinum suede overlays. Additionally, the focal point is directed at the left heel tab which bears 나이키, the Korean spelling of Nike, alongside the year 2002 on the right heel tab. Finally, a white rubber sole featuring the distinct Air Max cushioning rounds out the design.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid is introduced in a new Lakers-inspired colorway for its next iteration and it’s suggested to arrive in the coming weeks. Simply draped in the Los Angeles Lakers’ signature colors of purple and University Gold across its leather upper, the silhouette is also complemented with white adorning its side panels, signature Wings logo on the ankles, and midsole. Finally, contrasting black laces and rubber outsole solidifies the aesthetic nicely.