Jordan Shoes UK is looking to focus on future basketball stars with the upcoming "I Got Next" series, a dedicated collection of vibrantly designed shoes made just for kids. We can confirm that a number of Nike's most popular retro shoe designs will be slowly revealed in early summer, but we're happy to show you a very first look at the Nike Dunk High.The Nike Dunk High “I Got Next” features a handful of shades of blue similar to the co.jp “Argon” colorway from 2001 that was referenced by Union Los Angeles for its Passport Pack. These, however, implement an even bluer variety, while white and light gray add more contrast to the mix. Solid white midsoles and translucent glazed soles add even more punch, while "I GOT NEXT" text appears on the heel as well as the custom insoles.The regular black and white 'Panda' colorway has become one of the most popular colorways on the Nike Dunk silhouette since its first release in 2021. Nike is now releasing new black and white Dunks, that have been named the 'Black Panda' due to their predominant black accents. Let's take a look at the two kicks!
Overbranding is all too common in the case of Nike Air Max 90. Rarely, however, has the brand explored sub-branding (?), as it prefers to celebrate and amplify its iconic logo rather than tone it down. But that's exactly what's happening with the Air Max 97, whose Swoosh has been stripped of its bold, more visible embroidery.The palette itself, which is full of neutrals, contributes to the overall simplicity. The colors effectively blend into one another, with dark and light tans dressing the leather overlays and mesh base respectively. White therefore balances both above and below, playing a passive role in outfitting the lace unit, lining, and midsole. And while the Swoosh is relatively defined along the tongue and heel, its both lateral and medial appearance draw little to no attention.As the name of the two silhouettes already reveals, black and dark gray tones dominate the colorway of the new Dunks. White accents on the midsole, the Swoosh and the laces complete the simple and particularly clean look of the kicks.
Every time we reveal a new member of 2022 Jordan Release collection, we get the message: take a vacation. Constructed with earthier materials such as hemp, burlap and twill, the Sun Club collection stood out for its leisure themes; after all, Nike created a new logo that depicts a person relaxing in a hammock if the message wasn't clear enough.This latest Air Force 1 doesn't hide the tropical influence as it's covered in a light pink upper and paired with a white sand veil on the sneaker's Swoosh and outsole. The tongue trades in the classic '82 label for an embroidered illustration of an individual in pure relaxed mode, while even the lace tips feature a faux bamboo finish. Finally, the neon insoles with the Nike pinwheel logo assure us of the sustainable methods used to create this particular release.