The Nike Air Max 95 has been a popular sneaker in Newly Jordans collection this year and Nike looks to ride the wave of success with new colorways like this Black Royal rendition. Slated for an official colorway of Black, Royal Blue, Grey, and White, the upper comes equipped in a mixture of mesh, leather, and nubuck, with an added feature of a carbon fiber-inspired material on the overlay system for sleek new updated addition to the beloved silhouette. While featuring black tones throughout the majority of the design, Royal Blue is included on the lace eyelets along with Nike Swoosh branding and the Air Max unit in the soles to allow the colorway to pop all while being kept dark and sleek.
The New Sale Jordan has surfaced in a new rendition that calls for a Snow Leopard theme detailed with Light Blue detailing. Dressed officially in Pure Platinum, Light Blue Fury, and Black, the Air Force 1 Low arrives in a classic white leather tone that covers the toes and panelings. The neutral base is contrasted and detailed with Snow Leopard suede covering panelings on the toes, eyestays, and heels. Light Blue paints the Nike Swoosh logos on the sides while also appearing on the tongue labels. A black sockliner and heel add a touch of darker tones to the silhouette while a white midsole and milky translucent rubber outsole finish off the new offering.
The vintage New Sale Jordan made its grand return last month, revived in retro form after a several-year hiatus. Now, it appears Nike is bringing the trainer back in full, as evidenced by two new colorways that launched overseas this week. Nike’s Waffle Trainer is one of the brand’s oldest sneakers. Dreamt up by Bill Bowerman himself when he was still the Oregon track coach, the Waffle shoe was intended to give runners better grip on the track and more control over their running. The first samples were made exactly how the name implies- by pouring rubber directly into his wife’s waffle maker to create outsoles. While the initial tests left something to be desired, finally Bowerman struck gold, creating the Nike Waffle Trainer in the process. Now, decades and hundreds of thousands of sneakers later, Nike is paying homage to the original with the revival of the Waffle Trainer 2. This week, the classic silhouette emerged in two new colorways for Spring, a bright mix of pink and yellow for the “Fireberry” look, while the second is much more tame, mixing Buy Aviators Ray-Ban Earglasses uppers with gold Swooshes.