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    The Sean Wotherspoon x Air Max 97/1 Will Release On Air Max Day via Nike SNKRS Draw

    The Sean Wotherspoon x Air Max 97/1 Will Release On Air Max Day via Nike SNKRS Draw

    One of the most highly anticipated releases as Air Max Day 2018 approaches is the second drop of the Sean Wotherspoon Nike Air Max 97/1 hybrid. Wotherspoon’s design won Nike’s RevolutionAir Design contest from Air Max Day 2017 and comes equipped with a retro color palette and corduroy material on its racing stripes. Serving as a nod to two Air Max silhouettes that celebrated anniversaries last year, it boasts an Air Max 97 upper atop an Air Max 1 sole unit. Much like the Air Max 97 “Country Camo” pack, velcro tongue tabs will be included with this selection, as consumers will have the choice to equip their pair with a Swoosh logo, or a wave.

    As expected, this drop will be fairly limited, but no where near as exclusive as the first release. Fans of this hybridized design will be able to test their luck at picking up a pair on March 26th, for $160 USD. - Article by Sneakernews.com

    A Brief History Of The Nike Air Max 95 “Neon”

    A Brief History Of The Nike Air Max 95 “Neon”

    Few sneaker colorways in history have had an impact like the “Neon” affair of 1995. Originally debuting on the annual flagship Air Max shoe (it wouldn’t be called Air Max 95 until later), the pairing of the neon green with the timeless gradient of grey tones has evolved into one of the brand’s signatures, firmly etching itself into the fabric of the brand’s legacy. Over the years, we’ve seen the “Neon” colorway reprise its role on the Air Max 95 through various Retro releases, but it’s also been chosen as the anchor for some of Nike’s more experimental creations like the Air Max 95 360, part of 2006’s One Time Only Pack, and the mythical knee-high boot that became available in late 2007. There was also the Ueno-exclusive version, the Patch version, and several other iterations that have culminated with Roger Federer’s signature shoe, the Vapor RF. While not the most extensive display of Air Max 95s, these photos shared by gc911 have all the significant chapters laid out, complete with the original box. This, of course, is all leading up to the grand re-release of the Air Max 95 “Neon” (it already released in Japan), so stay tuned for a release date and enjoy this eye candy below. - Article by SneakerNews.com

    Official Images Of The Complex Con Exclusive OFF WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Have Emerged

    Official Images Of The Complex Con Exclusive OFF WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 Have Emerged

    2017’s Complex Con event saw several exclusive sneaker releases, one of them being an OFF WHITE x Nike Air Force 1 iteration that only dropped during that hectic weekend. While a future release isn’t confirmed, official Nike images of this shoe have emerged. More often than not, the appearance of product imagery on Nike’s servers suggest that a future release will go down, so this is certainly something to keep an eye out moving forward. Virgil Abloh’s OFF WHITE collaboration with Nike is already making waves in 2018; the Europe-exclusive release of the Air Jordan 1 stands as one of year’s best thus far, two Vapormaxes have enticed Air Max fans, and the rumor of a black colorway of the Air Max 90 has us excited for the future. We’ll let you know when we learn of a future release of this Complex Con exclusive drop. - Article by sneakernews.com

     

    First Look At The Air Jordan 1 “Satin Shattered Backboard” - Sneaker News

    First Look At The Air Jordan 1 “Satin Shattered Backboard” - Sneaker News

    The increasingly popular “Shattered Backboard” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 is set to make its return, but with a twist. The orange, black, and white colorway inspired by Michael Jordan’s uniform during an exhibition game in Italy is reprising its role with the help of shiny satin materials on the toe-box and the ankle collar and tumbled black leather.. Additionally, the Swoosh is embroidered similar to how the “Season of Her” series of AJ1s. That said, the Air Jordan 1 “Satin Shattered Backboard” is said to be a women’s release according to perryprophets, who leaked the photo. Additionally, the Jordan wings logo appears to be an attached piece rather than the embroidery seen on the satin iterations of the “Banned”, “Royal”, and Aleali May edition. Stay tuned for release info and take a gander at the leaker image below. - Article By Sneakernews.com

     

    Isaiah Thomas Reveals An UNDFTD x Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro PE In Yellow Camo

    Isaiah Thomas Reveals An UNDFTD x Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro PE In Yellow Camo

    Isaiah Thomas’ preferential treatment in the Nike Kobe department isn’t changing anytime soon. Today he was spotted in a never-before-seen camouflage-print colorway of the Undefeated x Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro, which features a predominantly yellow base with red and maroon accents. This is just one of the several PE colorways that have been revealed since the NBA All-Star Weekend, as Devin Booker, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and Demar DeRozan were also blessed with their own camo color palettes. It doesn’t look like these new colorways will release, but we do know that the classic flight-jacket version is set to release soon.