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More Images Of The Upcoming Nike Air Max 1 Inside Out Light Grey
It looks like there is going to be more than one colorway of the Nike Air Max 1 Inside Out. Above you will find images of this uniquely designed Air Max 1, this time done in a Light Grey motif.
The Nike Air Max 1 Inside Out is constructed in a way that has all the materials we’re used to seeing on the inside of the shoe, now visible on the outside. Not only that, but some of the branding on the shoe (heel) is also flipped to give the shoe even more of a unique look. Details that manage to stand out the most include the tongue label, exposed stitching, and the inside out Swoosh logos. A tonal upper uses shades of Grey, White and Tan to create the versatile look. A Sail colored midsole give the shoe a bit of an aged look.
No word on when these will drop but stay tuned as more info regarding the Nike Air Max 1 Inside Out Light Grey begins to surface.
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The Nike Blazer High Patchwork Is Looking Like A Must-Cop
Did you already see this new iteration of the Nike Blazer High? Dubbed the Nike Blazer High Patchwork, this version of the Blazer High comes dressed in a White upper that’s covered in a patchwork print. Although not actual Nike branded patches (just a print), the busy and colorful pattern really sets this Blazer High off from what we’ve been seeing from the model lately. The patchwork is done in a way that mimics quilt-style squares. Each patch offers a different range of colors, while the printed stitching makes the design even more realistic. A large White midfoot Swoosh, and a White midsole round out the main features of the shoe. No release date has been announced but look for Foot Locker and other select retailers to drop them in the coming weeks. Who’s picking up a pair?
via: Foot Locker
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Official Images: Nike Zoom GP Seattle Supersonics
The Nike Zoom GP is getting the retro treatment in 2019 and the next colorway to hit retailers will be this Supersonics pair that you see above via official images.
Designed Eric Avar, this Nike Zoom GP sports a blend of leather, suede and mesh for its uppers done in Seattle Supersonics colors. Dark Green and red make up the majority of its base with white perforated leather overlays across its forefoot. Finally, matching white midsoles and pops of yellow on the rubber outsole complete the style.
Check out the official images above and look for the Nike Zoom GP Supersonics to release on May 18th for $160.
No Hype Needed: Nike SB Dunk Low Washed Coral
The Nike SB Dunk Low garnered some hype last year and while we await another highly sought after collab to be unveiled, today we bring you a look at a new pair that shines all on its own, and best of all can be yours today. Starting off with an almost all-black upper, this Nike SB Dunk Low takes on a leather construction along with suede overlays. Washed Coral detailing provides a nice pop as it can be seen on the Swoosh branding, the Nike branding on the tongue and heel, inner liner, and the rubber outsole. A black midsole and matching black laces complete the look on this Nike SB Dunk Low that can be found at select Nike SB retailers now for $90.
The Nike React Element 55 Just Released In The Rabid Panda Colorway
Hopefully you’re not tired of the Nike React Element 55 yet because Nike keeps dishing out new colorways left and right. The latest pair has made its way to retailers today with the arrival of the Rabid Panda offering.
Taking on a patriotic look, this Nike React Element 55 starts off by being covered in Blue Void all throughout the textile mesh upper which is then offset by Habanero Red on the Swoosh, eyestay, and heel. To cap off the look we have Team Red detailing on the heel counter as well as on the pods on the white React sole unit.
If you’re interested in grabbing a pair you can do so now at select Nike retailers for $130.
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