Who is hyped for the Nike Air Max 270 React Cactus Jack. A sneaker that first leaked around summer, we never actually got to see the shoe in question until now, and it's everything we wanted and so much more. Serving as La Flame's next Nike collaboration, here's everything that we know so far! The lacing system has also been fully reworked with smooth grey leather panels and a toggle switch. You'll also find earthy suede overlays across the toe box and heel, tying everything together. With that said, gone if the no-sew upper of the general release version, and in its place in a wavy pattern that's dipped in a creamish beige hue. When rumours of this shoe first leaked in July, a ton of renders and mockups were popping up of an AM720R with a backwards Swoosh. While the American rapper could have just left it there and called it a day, we all know that he always goes above and beyond.
2020 Jordan Sneaker is one of two brand-new silhouettes to be unveiled as part of the ongoing collaboration between adidas originals and Parley for the Oceans. Branding is kept subtle here, with tonal-black three stripes barely visible alongside the embroidered logo on the tongue. The duo have been working together since 2016 and focus on creating sustainable sneakers by using Parley’s signature recycled ocean fabric materials. This time around, the Ultra Boost DNA is the model of choice, with it’s signature uncaged upper crafted entirely from signature Parley fabric, with the instantly-recognisable turquoise stripes running across the shoe’s entirety.
Jordan 2020 Release is a brand-new rendition of one of the Oregon-based brand’s oldest tennis sneakers. The Court Vintage showcases classic Nike stylings and is an absolute dream to work into outfits due to its simplicity and clean lines. The same logo is featured on the tongue tab and heel, with splashes of white making this effortlessly simple colorway a must-cop! The uppers of this pair are crafted from black grained leather that creates an instant retro feel, and this is only intensified with Nike’s old-school logo embroidered onto the side in orange.