Nike SB Dunk High Invert Celtics CU7349-001

Nike SB comes with a new kind of colorway, which can be called quite unique. The Nike SB Dunk High Invert Celtics is a sneaker from the upcoming “Invert Pack” from Nike SB. In this article, we’ll post the official photos and discuss this new colorway.

The invert colorways that will drop in the “Invert Pack” are based on the color difference between “normal” and “negative” photo colors. When you take a picture of the Celtics colorway, you will see green and white in the final picture. When you would look at the (old-fashioned) negatives, you would see the pink and black colorway.

Nike SB Dunk High Invert Celtics

This Invert Celtics has many different materials. The white green Celtics part is made of leather and has a green Swoosh. The rest of the upper is made of raw suede and comes in the pink and black colors. The midsole is black and the outsole is pink. A great detail is the Nike logo on the outsole, which is green again.

Nike SB Dunk High Invert Celtics
Color: Black/Pink Rise-Lucky Green
Home Base Release Date: September 12, 2020
Wider Release Date: October 2020
Style Code: CU7349-001

We still have to get used to this double colorway, but we find the story behind this reverse variant very interesting and typifies the uniqueness of Nike SB. What is your opinion about this Nike SB Dunk shoes?

Air Jordan 4 “Lightning” is making a comeback

After being spotted on the feet of Travis Scott, it finally looks like the fan-popular colorway will get a relaunch next year.

Michael Jordan’s fourth official signature Air Jordan 4 UK sneaker, celebrated its 30th anniversary last year and continues to be released in a number of successful editions here in 2020 – such as the retro launch of Air Jordan 4 “Black Cat” and Virgil Ablohs super hyped Air jordan 4 “Sail” (which by the way is expected to be followed by a “Broad” edition later this year). However, that does not mean that Jordan Brand has plans to put the model on ice just yet – on the contrary, there are rumors that a fan favorite will make a comeback for the first time next summer.

Not released since 2006

This is the Air Jordan 4 “Lightning”, which has not seen the light of day since 2006, when it was originally released. Since then, the shoe has gained renewed interest after being seen on the feet of Travis Scott a handful of times, and now the shoe should get an official re-release.

Still attractiveness

The shoe is characterized by its simple but unmistakable “Yellow / Black” colorway, which also characterizes the Air Jordan 4 “Thunder”, which was released at the same time as the Air Jordan 4 “Lightning” at . The entire upper is clad in yellow with black and gray contrasts, while the sole is kept in white with a black outsole. It ensures a sporty and retro-aesthetic expression that still has appeal eight years after its original release.

Let’s look at the Kith x Nike Air Force 1 Low White “NYC”

We’ve seen Ronnie Fieg’s Kith x Nike Air Force 1 UK shoes become a desirable commodity in the sneaker world. From Japanese exclusives to friends and family iterations, Kith x Nike Air Force 1s have got footwear fans excited. Back in July, we saw a special Kith Air Force 1 inspired by Fieg’s beloved New York. The black AF1 was enough to raise our eyebrows, but it looks as though a white Kith x Nike Air Force 1 “NYC” is on the way too.

Much like its noir counterpart, the Kith x Nike Air Force 1 White NYC is a real showstopper. Premium tumbled leather has been used throughout, with splashes of orange and blue adorning the AF1. A set large of semi-translucent TPU Swooshes use the aforementioned colouring, giving the shoe a NY Knicks feel. On the heel, an embroidered NYC logo can be seen and features a small Swoosh running through the centre. It’s the subtle details that really set this Kith x Nike Air Force 1 apart, however.

Just as we’ve seen in previous Kith AF1s, “Kith Air” adorns the heel of this pair. A slick gradient effect logo can be seen on both the tongue tag and insole; orange and blue come together and bears bold co-branding on both areas. Bringing this Air Force 1 to a close is an icy sole unit, finishing this well-constructed collaboration off nicely.

If you like the look of the Kith x Nike Air Force 1, then sit tight. As for now, there’s no confirmed release date on the shoe. However, a Fall 20 release date has been confirmed so keep your eyes peeled. Check out the official images below and let us know if you’ll cop these Kith x Nike Air Force 1s.

The Jordan 4 “Lightning” pair worth 70 million will be released again

Although the Air Jordan 4 UK celebrated the very important 30th Anniversary last year, this shoe has actually put on some notable color schemes throughout 2020. And during the session “Fire Red” will return in the collab collection of Off-White collabs as well as back to “Black Cat” earlier this year, Tinker Hatfield’s design is slowly building a list of rumored color schemes. is set to release for 2021. The 2006 favorite “Lightning” color scheme is set to return in August.

Unlike the “Thunder” version that was re-released in 2012, the Jordan 4 “Tour Yellow” was never re-released. Claims of recent on-foot photographs from Travis Scott have brought great interest to this shoe. However, the inherent bright tone and gray accents of this sneaker have captured its own attention for the past 14 years. The mesh and hardware details from start to finish are reminiscent of a dark “Lightning” upper with complete contrast, complete in gloss. The side wings, branding on the reed, the Jumpman logo on the heels, and most of the outsole cut the golden tone on suede with dark gray. Although not easily visible when wearing these shoes on their feet, the branding “Tour Yellow” on the shoelace gives a respect for sneakers worthy of the holy grail.

The Jordan 4 “Lightning” is rumored to return in August 2021 with an extremely attractive retail price of 190 USD. In the meantime, take a look at the shoes that have been released since 2006 right below.

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Air Jordan 4 Lightning
Color: Tour Yellow/Multi-Color/Multi-Color/Dark Blue Grey
Style Code: CT8527-700
Release Date: August 2021

Nike has an Air Max 95 “Freddy Krueger” on the way

The unofficial sequel to the legendary Dunk Low “Freddy Krueger” reportedly lands in connection with this year’s Halloween.

Shorter days and cold weather lurk around the corner, and so does Halloween – Nike’s best excuse for releasing a pair of chilling sneakers. For the past couple of years, Nike has released skeleton versions of Air Force 1 and “Night of Mischief” Dunk Lows, among others, and this year they continue the success – apparently with a special “Freddy Krueger” version of Air Max 95.

Desired predecessor

Freddy Krueger – the ardent protagonist of the iconic “Nightmare on Elm Street” thrillers – already has a connection to sneakers. In 2007, Nike created a special “Freddy” -inspired version of their popular Dunk Low model with the figure’s green and red striped shirt and blood stains. The sneaker which was so coveted that today it costs up to more than DKK 100,000 on the secondary market. Precisely for this reason, it is not so little startling that Nike, almost 13 years after the success, has given the Air Max 95 the same treatment.

Knives and blood stains

The Air Max 95 Freddy Krueger shoe comes in the same color palette as your predecessor with imitation blood stains on both the heel, the tongue and the shoe’s insole. In addition, it has been upgraded with a silver panel over the laces that mimic Freddy’s knives, as well as checkered on the tongue that imitates his hat. In general, Nike has managed to make a sneaker with a satisfactorily recognizable theme without the shoe’s expression being too much, which is otherwise often the case with this type of concept sneaker.

Comes out in a Halloween Pack

Nike has not yet confirmed the release of the Air Max 95 “Freddy Krueger”, but as I said, it is expected to be released for Halloween (October 31) as part of a Halloween Pack that should also include a Dracula-inspired Air Trainer 3. Team keep an eye on our Release Calendar for updates.

Ruohan Wang x Nike Air Force 1 Flyleather Multi Color– CZ3990-900

Since Phil Knight and his sidekick Bill Bowerman officially created Nike almost 50 years ago, the most commonly known as the Swoosh brand has been recognized for its great capacity for innovation. Among its most remarkable technologies, we obviously find the Air cushioning system or the Flyknit mesh. In 2017, the American giant once again distinguished itself by creating a new generation leather called Flyeather. Composed of 50% recycled materials, this one is therefore more ecological but also lighter and more durable than any other leather. If we’re telling you about it today, it’s because the creative teams at Nike used it to design a new, never-before-seen version of Bruce Kilgore’s iconic Nike Air Force 1. For the occasion, the latter have teamed up with Berlin artist Ruohan Wang in order to reconcile aesthetics and technique in a colorful variation that should not leave you indifferent.

Berlin-based artist Ruohan Wang puts his creative stamp on Air Force 1.

If you are a die-hard fan of the Air Force 1 to the point of worshiping it, this new imprint shaped by Ruohan Wang is sure to find its place on your feet as well as in your sneaker collection. As long as you obviously have a soft spot for multicolored finishes, or even graphics.

The pair born from the collaboration between Nike and Ruohan Wang is indeed faithful to the universe cultivated by the latter through his paintings and illustrations. The stem of this unique AF-1 is thus covered with visual details of contemporary inspiration whose themes and colors are intended to remind us of how much humanity, energy and nature are important values, not only for the native of Beijing, but more generally for all of us. You will realize for yourself that the figure is difficult to describe. Note, however, the preponderant place occupied by red, pink and blue while the side Swoosh is revealed in a monochrome white coating, which ensures a certain balance between the design imagined by Bruce Kilgore in 1982 and the personal label affixed to it by Ruohan Wang. To conclude, note the eco-responsible dimension of the sole with touches of green on its middle part but also on the outside.

The Nike Dunk High SP Varsity Maize should appear soon

The Nike Dunk is home to some legendary colourways that have been among the most sought-after collector’s items in the sneaker scene for years. Including the Nike Dunk High SP Varsity Maize, where it was recently announced that a restock of the well-known colourway is imminent. Travis Scott recently rocked the even rarer Wu Tang Special Edition.

With the Varsity Maize, we are now getting a colorway that was last stocked in 2012. The high-quality upper material made of smooth leather is divided into a black and yellow color blocking, which is applied similar to many Jordan colourways.

The white midsole brings out the colors to their full advantage and makes the black-yellow contrast even stronger. Since this is the normal Varsity Maize and not the Wu Tang Special Editon worn by Travis Scott, the re-release comes of course with the normal Nike brandings on the heel and tongue.

The Nike Dunk High SP Varsity Maize is rumored to be released at the end of this month, so it won’t be too long. We’ll keep you up to date with all the information about the Nike SB Dunk sneaker.

Nike Air Max 95 NRG ‘’Vast Grey’’ CK6478-001

It is clear that the days when Nike was criticized for its “dubious” manufacturing processes are definitely over. Faithful to itself and to its sporting values ​​which it has defended body and soul for nearly 50 years now, the Swoosh brand has indeed been able to rectify the situation by adopting respectable ethics and now an exemplary eco-responsible approach. Embodied by its “ Move to Zero ” program, the objective of which is to completely eliminate its carbon footprint by 2025, this environmental awareness has already materialized through the production of several sneakers made from recycled materials, at the ‘image of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star’ ‘Crater’ ‘. Building on its success, the Beaverton firm has logically decided to revisit on the same principle other iconic silhouettes from its own catalog. After presenting you the Nike Air Max 90 NRG ” Vast Gray ”, also equipped with a ” Crater ” sole, today it is the turn of the Air Max 95 to go green to display at its best on Sneaker Style.

The first Air Max 95 made from recycled materials.

When Sergio Lozano took over from Tinker Hatfield in 1995 to bring his stone to this colossal edifice that is the Air Max, he probably never imagined that his first bubble shoe would still have its place at our feet 25 years later. , and even less in a new structure resulting from recycling.

As explained earlier in the article, the Air Max 95 is indeed about to land in a NRG “Vast Gray” version that Nike’s creative teams have designed as part of the “Move to Zero” program. Expected for September 17, the pair therefore takes on the distinctive signs of the silhouettes stamped with the new eco-responsible label from Nike, starting with a recycled canvas upper. However, Sergio Lozano’s shoe stands out from the other models in the collection thanks to the color nuances that adorn the upper part of its design always inspired by the muscle fibers of the human body. In the photos below, you can notably distinguish notes of fuchsia, blue and dark green which contrast with shades of gray and white, present for its part on the laces. This white is echoed on the midsole whose exposed air cushions have been given a touch of “Volt” yellow which will no doubt appeal to fans of the brand. The outsole has undergone a fashionable ‘Crater’ treatment, which explains the multitude of multicolored stains in its blue coating. These are obviously linked to the scraps of materials used for its manufacture.

Nike is expected to launch the Nike Dunk Low “Laser Orange” super product next year

As part of the product line expansion plan for women, the images of Nike Dunk Low in “Laser Orange” began to spread online in August last.

One of the earliest leaked color schemes in this series, “Laser Orange” carried a very playful yellow-tinged orange in a basic color block format on the Dunk Low line. Compared with the SB Dunk Low variant, the Nike Dunk Low has a thin reed instead of thick cotton padding, the texture is more friendly for girls with gentle outfits.

Although the leaked images were sharp and professional, fans are expected to wait until 2021 to see the Nike Dunk Low Laser Orange shoes appear on shelves.

UPDATE 9/7: New photos via hugokicks of the “Laser Orange” Nike Dunk Low that’s currently scheduled to release sometime early 2021.

Check out the new Sacai x Nike Blazer Low

The shoe is expected to come out in two different colorways along with the new Sacai x Nike VaporWaffle for next year.

Nike and Japanese Sacai are behind one of the most successful sneaker collaborations in recent times with their sensational LD Waffle and Blazer Mid models, both debuted last year. Soon it looks like the duo is ready to kick off the next chapter with two brand new silhouettes. This time, they have once again thrown themselves into the Waffle and Blazer models, each coming in two new, custom-designed editions: VaporWaffle and Nike Blazer Low Shoes.

New model, same design

While VaporWaffle was unveiled a few months ago, it’s only recently that the Blazer Low release has reached the public eye – and now Sacai has even released photos of the model. In connection with the unveiling of the brand’s SS21 collection, some of the models were wearing the new model, which speaks the same design language as its predecessor, but in new clothes.

The shoe has the same flat sole, double-Swoosh on the side, double-tongue and two sets of laces, which were found on the Sacai x Nike Blazer Mid. On the other hand, the original’s high cut has been replaced with a low cut, which makes the shoe a bit discreet and more affordable to style. Initially, it appears that the shoe comes in two different colorways – one with a white and gray base with green and blue details, and the other with a pure white base with red and yellow contrasts.

There is no official info yet on when the new Sacai x Nike Blazer Low will be released, but it is expected to be in early 2021 with the rest of Sacai’s spring collection. Inditl then you can find more current sneaker news via our Release Calendar.