Nike has made the iconic Jordan 1 Mid Chicago Flip Shoes, more sustainable by applying Crater Foam to the model. The Crater Foam is made with at least 20% recycled materials (by weight). The Nike Air Force 1 Crater comes in two new colorways. Both the "Pure Platinum" and the "Summit White" colorway are already available, check out the link below to see where you can score this beautiful sneaker!The Nike Air Force 1 has been around for years and is undoubtedly one of Nike's favorite models. After a lot of different cooperation with the biggest brands and an unprecedented number of different colorways, it is time for the Air Force 1 to become more sustainable. So in addition to looking completely top-notch, you also contribute to a more sustainable world!A crocodile motif swoosh in pink leather (or snakeskin…), another turquoise blue, the AF1 Vandalised is making a thunderous comeback. The Nike Wmns Air Force 1 LXX ‘White Bleached Aqua Pink Rise’ combines deconstruct and asymmetric approaches. The heel thumbnails also go there. Although exclusive to women, the exotic Air Force 1 Lux Vandalized will be accessible to men up to size 44.5. Be on the lookout because the plus sizes will go quickly.
A few posts ago, we showed you a specific Jordan 4 GS Lemon Venom, which we can call the Double Mini Swoosh. Then you saw the "White / Wheat" version, and today we will introduce you to the "Olive" variant.As the name suggests, the shoes will have two mini Swooshes on the upper, located in the rear sectors of the upper. Other interesting features unique to this project are the embroidered skate jacket on the heel and the camo pattern on the tongues. As for the design itself, designers from Oregon offer us an uppers made of dark olive and brown-olive leather. The latter color is used on the heel counter, side panels and top of the toebox. All this has been pampered with black lining and Swoosh. All this is placed on a white sole with an olive underside.For several years now, Los Angeles artist Warren Lottas has made a name for himself designing clothing based on the logos of the biggest NBA franchises. Very well done and with strong visuals, his creations are worn by Travis Scott or Lebron James which allowed him to gain exposure. Building on this success, the designer embarked on footwear by reinterpreting the Dunk in his own way. The pair look a lot like the original Dunks except for the Swoosh which features a Jason Voorhees header on its front end.
To make people talk about Air Jordan 6 Quai 54 Sail, Warren Lottas decided to base himself on the iconic colors of the Dunk by recreating in particular the Stüssy, the Heineken and more recently the Dunk Pigeon. It was precisely because of this pair that the controversy began to swell. Jeff Staple fully validated Warren Lottas' design by sharing it on social media, pushing the designer to declare it “original”. The media grabbed hold of it and the pair naturally came to Nike who filed a complaint this week stating: