The Nike Air Force 1 has had a busy 2020. From iterations with Nike React cushioning to myriad customizable options via the Nike By You platform, Bruce Kilgore's design remains fresh even after 38 years in the market.The classic Swoosh silhouette receives a super fresh update that’s perfect for pairing with almost anything.Seen over the past several months in "Royal" and "Lucky Green," the Swoosh's solid-color sole aesthetic recently landed on "Wolf Gray."The clean white upper of the classic AF-1 is contrasted with black detailing that’s perfect for anyone who loves a minimal look. Profile swooshes and heel panels indulge in the versatile hue, which has appeared on other beloved models under the umbrella of NIKE, Inc .Air cushioning infused into the midsole delivers all-day comfort, with the encapsulated outsole adding that extra level of traction. The sock liners and 'NIKE AIR' branding on the tongue also showcase the cool tone, providing an Air Force 1 Low perfect for any time of year.
Boston-based retailers Bodega has teamed up with New Jordan to release two Dunk High colorways for the holiday season.there will be two versions of the collaborative Dunk High arriving in late-2020, including "Pearl White/Magic Ember-Team Orange" and "Sail/Multi-Color-Birch-Rustic" makeups.The Nike Dunk High AB comes dressed in a “Pearl White/Magic Ember-Team Orange” color blocking, while the other Dunk High sports a “Sail/Birch-Rustic-Multi-Color” makeup. Images of the shoes have not yet leaked, but the mock-ups suggest that each pair is distinguished by either a white or sail-based upper that's paired with contrasting multicolored or orange accents on the Swoosh. No leaked photos have surfaced, but you can expect dual branding on both pairs.
Jordan Sale USA will be releasing his 18th signature shoe, the Nike LeBron 18 late 2020 and into the 2021 season.the Nike LeBron 18 is said to be releasing in a black, “University Red,” and white colorway.with its textile upper and three-tone sole unit, resembles the original Zoom LeBron II. Free of any ankle straps, the newest sneaker from the 2019-20 NBA Finals MVP features silver Airbags on the tongue, with the top one effectively creating the 2004 model’s contrasting detail.One of the pairs that will be releasing comes dressed in a Black, University Red, and White color scheme. Pull tabs at the heel boast the same scarlet hue found on the branding throughout the sneaker (i.e., lion logo, signature), as well as the reworked Max Air unit underfoot.This Nike LeBron 18 features a Black Knitposite 2.0 upper paired with White Swoosh logos, speckled laces Red contrasting accents atop a White rubber sole.