Seen on the Air Jordan 1 Low WMNS previously, the Punch design is back on a women’s exclusive rendition that arrives as vibrant as they come. Gold detailing graces the tongue for Jumpman branding that pops while a white midsole and Punch rubber outsole add the final touches to this new brightly colored pair of kicks. Featuring a mixture of black and punch, the entire leather build beside the black toes feature the vibrant Punch colorway in perforated and smooth leather. The ladies receive some more love from Jordan brand with a brand new women’s exclusive colorway just surfacing for an upcoming release. While the AJ1 Low hype is at an all-time high in terms of hype, the colorway features vibrant tones for an edition you won’t want to miss.
Ready for any of your Fall events, Nike has taken the classic Nike Air Max 90 and has applied a Velvet Brown and University Red colorway, perfect for the season. University Red is then splashed throughout on different portions including the lacing system, forefoot overlay, Air Max unit, and the rubber outsole. Featuring a dark brown mesh base, that can be seen on the toes and ankles, two different shades of brown are used on leather overlays on the midfoot and mudguard. Black then joins the design on plastic overlays around the lacing system as well as the leather Nike Swoosh on the midfoot which is outlined in red. Officially revealed for a Velvet Brown, University Red, Yukon Brown, and Black color scheme, the Nike Air Max 90 will be dropping in a variety of mesh and leather.
With the LeBron, KD, and Zoom Freak all being revealed in their 2020-2021 form, it was only time the Nike Kyrie 7 was revealed which came today and didn’t disappoint. And now as they move onto the Kyrie 7 when tech is at its best, the shoe has taken on new advancements to allow better performance as well as more colorway opportunities. We’ve seen the sneaker take a trip to Bikini Bottom and visit Kyrie’s personality traits as well as his passions off of the court. New technologies and tools are meaningless unless they drive new futures. Nethongkome says that Kyrie’s eagerness to think creatively about his own line shows how the point guard wants to shape a future for performance hoops that’s bigger than himself.