While Nike's plans for the new year's Dunk Low have yet to be fully implemented, several new styles Men Nike Shoes have appeared in the last month, suggesting there's no shortage of experimenters for Peter Moore's 37-year-old Dunk Low. In addition to the highly anticipated "retro" collection (only for women's sizes), the Swoosh is also preparing a number of colorways for spring, including a newly launched option that features a white leather base and around the forefoot, tongue and heel suede cover. The aforementioned construction isn't anything new to the silhouette - especially when considering the Nike SB variant - but what is the latest implementation is the main "dollar"; shades of green are segregated into the back panel, despite the deep navy and vibrant red Enter the mix with a swirl on the side and accompanying branding. The rest of the shoe indulges in a "patriotic" arrangement, with ruby-toned stitching running through the midsole.
Back in 2020, the Nike Dunk Low and High-Top Dunk Low (high-top counterparts) are the most colorful, and some of these products also delve into the eclectic eclecticism of ice cream flavors. In contrast, this year's colors are much simpler, 2021Sneakers with neutrals replacing brights, etc. The same goes for the latest style, which limits the color palette to just three neutrals. Certain features, like the white base, are standard on the general version. The suede cover offers a slight but not uncommon deviation from its rough exterior shade of light grey. Black, then, sits on top and adjacent, deepening most of the top line as well as the Swoosh and outsole. Allen Iverson has been out of the NBA since 2010, but his Reebok Question Mid is arguably more popular than ever, thanks to a series of notable synergies that have emerged over the past three years. Ahead of summer, the 1996 classic comes in a whole new style, including a black and purple makeup look worthy of the name "Eggplant." Like most versions of Iverson's first signature sneaker since 2019, the upcoming sneaker features mostly leather construction on the upper. Suede panels are interrupted at the toe and heel, with the front area being complemented by a translucent, purple outsole. The vector logo on the tongue on the sides and top, and the "3" detailing on the back also indulges in "eggplant" - a tone reminiscent of which has left its mark on Reebok products. Honeycomb-patterned cushioning pods follow the suit in the midsole, although the accompanying foam opts for an all-white look.
Over the past two months, NIKE, Inc. New Jordan has released dozens of new styles to mark the 40th anniversary of the NIKE Air Force 1. In addition to high-profile collaborations and extensive collections, Bruce Kilgore's iconic designs will undergo revolutionary changes, as proposed by the women's iteration of PLT.AF.ORM. The emerging duo borrowed the Swoosh's platform-specific unit and "Air Force, A.F." name, building on the Swoosh's offering of exclusive services to women over the past few years. At first glance, the sneaker is unmistakably an Air Force 1, but a closer look at the upper reveals something novel. However, this misplaced, upper-and-lower double-hook design is undoubtedly overshadowed by the exaggerated midsole unit underfoot: the chunky tooling makes a statement of its own, but splits from mid-foot to heel, literally and visibly taking the Kilgore Designed for basketball to new heights.