While Nike continues to add brand new takes to their Nike Air Force 1 Low Velcro, a DIY theme is up next with an iteration set to feature Velcro Nike Swooshes. While the DIY theme has been a popular one as of late and the AF1 Low is one of the go-to customizable silhouettes, Nike will be making it easier to add your own take to the sneaker with the use of velcro materials. Easily one of the shoes of the year, Nike continues to make their case for the Air Force 1.
While the DIY theme has been a popular one as of late and the Mens Jordan 2020 is one of the go-to customizable silhouettes, Nike will be making it easier to add your own take to the sneaker with the use of velcro materials. Now he looks to add three new variations to his invasive NMD collection. While the adidas HU collection has been quiet as of late in terms of sneakers, Pharrell just launched his invasive Human Race Basics collection which features a variety of different apparel pieces in all over Basic colorways.
The Nike Challenger is not the first running shoe Swoosh fans think of when they think of the brand. However, the Challenger was game-changing at the time, so much so that Nike has brought it back for 2020, now in a fiery “Habañero” color scheme. Finally, the Swooshes and heel counters come in Habañero Red to complete the look. The look begins with a University Gold base layer, before adding overlays to the toe, heel, and laces in Green Nebula. This week, the Challenger emerged in its most enticing colorway yet, painting the shoe’s sleek frame with eye-catching colors for Summer. Keen-eyed fans may have picked out the Challenger from this lineup, a retro running shoe shown in the first slide of Nike’s latest rewind. Now, just a few days later, the Challenger has resurfaced in an updated “OG” format, meaning the Swoosh is bringing back the vintage running sneaker for another round of releases. Most recently, the brand shared an inside look at an old-school Nike catalog from the 1980s, showing off a number of silhouettes for running, training, and basketball. Nike’s vintage catalogs have been popping up regularly in the SNKRS app over the past few weeks, acting as a not-so-subtle heads up about what the Swoosh has in store for the year.