New Jordan will be releasing a brand new luxurious version of the Air Jordan 1 as part of their 2020 holiday lineup.When first images of this patent leather black and gold pair popped up back in June, some argued that they were immediately reminded of a similar mid-top makeup that released back in 2003 which, for all you early 2000s RB music lovers out there, was also spotted in Cassie’s “Me U” music video.Air Jordan 1 High OG Dressed in a Black and Metallic Gold color scheme. This version keeps the same patent leather uppers and gilded Swooshes/wings logos in tact, but due to the nature of its heightened collars, they deviate with golden ankle collars for a little extra dosage of luxurious pop.The shoe comes with a similar design as the Air Jordan 1 Mid from 2003, which was the first-ever patent leather Air Jordan 1 to release from the brand. It features a Black patent leather build with Gold patent Swooshes and ankle collar. Other details includes nylon tongues branded with “Nike Air” atop a Black rubber sole.
The Nike SB Dunk Low “Freddy Krueger” pays tribute to the villain from the Nightmare on Elm Street film franchise.The scary-good colorway inspired by the famous horror villain never received an official release, due to a cease and desist being issued to Nike by the creators of the “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise.Nike SB Dunk Low features Freddy’s signature striped sweater covering its two-tone textile upper, while blood-splatters stain the Beige leather overlays.What initially drew excitement to the SB line is the fact that many colorways were produced in limited quantities with hyped colorways, upgraded materials, and fun backstories.A Metallic Silver Swoosh nods to the razor-sharp blades that extend from Freddy’s leather glove.Perhaps no SB design embodies this sentiment more than the “Freddy Krueger” Dunk. Freddy’s signature sweater pattern of red and green stripes covers the upper, while tan leather overlays with blood splatters and a chrome Swoosh resemble his claws. Red embroidered Nike branding featured on the heel atop a Tan midsole and Black outsole completes the design.
First introduced to the footwear market back in May, the Nike Air Zoom Type has since spewed out many a different colorway, many of which have fallen under the Swoosh’s inline family, while others have been specialized versions such as its size? exclusive and MACCU collaboration for the customizable Nike By You platform. Beaverton now has intentions of dishing out more of the former, among them being this newly-surfaced rendition made specially for Nike’s women’s consumer base. Effectively pairing together neutral uppers with contrasting accents, this iteration features a “Light Orewood Brown” upper and heightened midsole mold, as well as splashes of “Pink Flash” to the Swooshes and N.354 branding atop the tongues and medial walls. Furthermore, the lower portions are done up with angelic midsoles and start black waffle outsoles, both of which sandwiches a crimson-tinted exposed zoom bag in the forefoot.