Nike Blazer Low LX is coming strong with the spring/Easter vibes with this new colorway which is inspired by picnics.And if you find you have a passionate affinity for them, then you may want these Blazer Lows to better express that.This women’s color option of the model comes covered a canvas construction in pastel blue and pink on the side panels with white on the toes and eyestays. An homage to picnics outright, the pair’s colorway exudes Spring in its every element. Pastels of various kinds — mostly ones blue and pink dominant — alternate throughout the upper, splitting the package between two fruit-informed themes. This double inspiration is evident even in the branding, as the tongue label celebrates both blueberries and strawberries by way of the left and right foot, respectively. Additional details include dual white and yellow laces, gingham patterns on the Swooshes in pink and blue as well as on the inner liners, and smiley blueberries and strawberries on the tongue tags.

Nike Sneakers didn’t give it its proper recognition for 2005’s “History of Air” campaign, which for some reason skipped the silhouette. To start, “Comet Red” and “Goldenrod” colorways for women and men, respectively, will arrive at limited stockists overseas beginning on April 8th. Despite featuring a noticeably slimmer Air Max unit at the heel, the forthcoming reissues deliver the mid-1990s flair that’s been missing from the Swoosh’s lineup for three decades.But avid fans of the silhouette were somewhat treated to a retro of sorts for its 20th anniversary in 2016, with Nike re-issuing the Air Max 96 and Air Max 96 II, albeit with a with the midsole from the Air Max 95 Ultra.A breathable mesh base is overlaid with synthetic leather overlays, which have recently been borrowed by the VaporMax line. “Grape Ice” and “Midnight Navy” accompany the aforementioned tones, animating the same components they did more than 20 years ago. Branding on the tongue and heel further partake in the nostalgia as they indulge in their pairs’ respective color schemes.

Nike Zoom Kobe 6 Protro ‘White Del Sol’ brings back the original ‘POP’ colorway from 2011, updated with refreshed tooling and a sleeker shape.As a result, many a planned colorway was shelved indefinitely until they deemed it appropriate to release. Today, thankfully, the line-up is up and running, and it seems we’ll soon see further retros such as this upcoming Kobe 6 Protro “POP.”Polyurethane ‘islands’ create a scaly texture on the white and grey upper, fortified with a black molded heel counter and accented with a matching black Swoosh. “POP,” for the uninitiated, stands for “Playoff Pack.” Originally released in 2011, the colorway is effectively a “Home” variant of the “Del Sol,” its yellow shade accenting throughout the lining as well as the underfoot of the tooling. The Cushlon midsole packs a large and flexible Air Zoom Turbo unit in the forefoot, along with a softer foam compound in the heel. For 2021, the offering is staying faithful to every detail, with some likely upgrades to the internals.