The upcoming Nike “Sun Club”, which is currently expected Nike Outlet to release in late May, adds yet another footwear model to the mix. Much like the recently previewed Air Force 1 Mid, this upcoming women’s release makes ample use of multi-colored panels in both canvas and woven that fit the brand’s sustainable Next Nature category. Seen here is a mix of gold, blue, and light crimson hues, each panel built with a natural canvas and a matching woven with intricate patterns. The tropical “Sun Club” logo hits appear on the tongue label as well as the embroidered scenery on the heel. These definitely have some Easter-like vibes, but as we mentioned earlier, a May release is currently expected so these won’t arrive until after the holiday.
Hailed from Tokyo, Japan, atmos is a sneaker boutique of legend, acclaimed for crafting some of the most beloved Air Max 1 collaborations of all-time. And though many still ship them with Nike, the retailer has recently taken up a more intimate relationship with adidas. Together, the two are about to release collaborative iterations of the Forum ’84 Hi and Forum ’84 Low,Kizik Shoes casting both in silver metallic. While they may take a similar approach, there are key differences to the two models. For starters, the low-top trim features white across the laces and stripes, while the heel cup and Trefoil contrast in black. Along the Hi, all of these same details are dyed the darker of the two shades, better complementing the adjacent tongue and collar. Near everything else is shared by the duo, especially the silver metallic that wraps the upper. The latter’s sheen and polish is practically identical across both, which can also be said for the pairs’ cream-finished midsole, buckle/strap, and tongue label.
Throughout its 58 year history, NIKE, Inc. has prepared dozens of collections across its several categories. For its latest, the North American institution has taken a number of Nike Sportswear silhouettes and given them denim-covered makeovers.Rick Owens Shoes The latest?: A Nike GTS ’97. Accompanied by a couple of Air Max and Nike Dunk options, the low-top model is unquestionably the least coveted given its relative obscurity within the current world of hype sneakers. Nevertheless, the tennis-informed design delivers a compelling, on-theme style sure to help any “Canadian tuxedo” aficionado with upcoming ensembles. Rich blue denim panels are complimented by white and red accents across the upper and Nike SB-approved sole unit.