Nike Air Huarache
Nike Air Huarache is back with a sherbet inspired aesthetic featuring a gradient overlay fading from orange to pink. The rest of the shoe remains rather simple, as a white mesh base allows for the pink flavor to really stand out. Let us know your thougts on the latest Nike Huarache below.
Nike SB x Surpreme
Originally making its debut in 1993, the Nike SB GTS, aka “Great Tennis Shoe,” was essentially crafted as a versatile silhouette that’s suited for both performance and lifestyle. But, after seven years, the model was appropriated by skaters such as Guy Mariano, Pepe Martinez and Drake Jones instead, thus leaving a mark in skateboard culture.
This Supreme x Nike SB GTS rendition is a modernized interpretation. Offered in five tonal finishes: Red, White, Denim, Yellow and Black — each are constructed of herringbone cotton canvas uppers, while resting atop a crisp, White rubber sole unit.
Priced at $88, the entire Supreme x Nike SB GTS lineup is scheduled to arrive at Supreme‘s flagship locations in NY, LA, London and online starting July 16th, with Japan to follow on July 18th.
Nike Air Max 95 OG
The Nike Air Max 95 returns in the original “Neon” colorway on July 25th. While the Nike Air Max 90 was the focal point of Air Max attention earlier in the year, Nike is finally getting around to the Air Max 95, and what better way to start than with the Nike Air Max 95 “Neon”? The wavy upper returns with the grey gradient inspired by human anatomy, while the neon shade of green now infamously known as Volt arrives on the visible air bubbles, Swoosh branding and lace eyelets. The white mesh netting returns to match the lining and laces to complete the original aesthetic. This pair has retroed a number of times in the past, but it wouldn’t hurt to re-up. Be sure to check out the latest photos of the famed model after the break and just incase you can’t wait for 7/25, know that you can secure your size on eBay.