Parisian power Pigalle is the latest fashion focused collaborator to put their touch on the Nike Air Force 1. Following the much talked about appropriations by Riccardo Tisci, this AF1
Refreshing in color and textured to the touch, the upcoming Air Jordan 11 GS “Turbo Green” is ready spring. Those who can squeeze into a 7Y or below are blessed again with an exclusive Air Jordan 11 Low style code, this time utilizing a teal-like tone in a reptilian pattern all around. A white ballistic mesh upper provides a base, while hints of volt and an ice blue outsole add detailing. Get a full video preview of the GS release in the video above, and tell us what you think of the makeup in the comment space below.
The sneakers that are made in the USA continue their outdoor trend with the New Balance 998 “National Parks”. After a wave of “Seaside” 577s, this new NB 998 stays inland in natural tones. A tonal grey base composes most of the upper in mesh and suede overylays, joined with a blue suede heel counter. Red accents are seen on potions of the midsole, as well as the manufacturing tongue tag and branding outline. Final detailing comes in the form of a speckled midsole, color stitched laces, and a brown heel tab for a rugged touch. Explore a pair of “National Parks” this summer by swooping yours today for $160 from shopnicekicks.
Slithering its way into the already stacked Jordan Brand release roster for 2014 is the new Air Jordan 11 “Green Snakeskin”. This summer sunbather continues the trend of Air Jordan 11 Low style codes that feature the reptilian wrap, adding a new species to the line. Set against a black ballistic mesh upper and tongue, the scaly print is seen in nightshade green. Hints of volt ice cover the Jumpman logos on the tongue and heel, while a white midsole and ice blue outsole keep the sidewinder in line. Get a full, detailed look at the release below, and tell us what you think of the composition in the comment space underneath.
Back at the top of the year, we presented our list of 10 Sneakers Set to Dominate 2014. So far? So good. As the seasons change, so do the trends. While a couple of the silos prove more hot weather friendly than others, we’re ready to offer our picks for the coming months. Check out our 10 Sneakers That Will Dominate Summer 2014. Give us your picks and your favorites in the comment section.