For Air Max 270, The “Neo-vintage” wave may be new to some, but the Swoosh has been delivering pre-“aged” propositions for years, with the latest arriving in the form of the Nike Dunk Low “Vintage Navy.” Akin to some of the most popular releases of Peter Moore’s iconic design since 1985, the upcoming sneakers indulge in a white synthetic leather base that allows overlays to inject contrast into the mix. Midsoles underfoot, however, feature a slightly-yellowed makeover that might lead some spectators to believe the Nike Dunk has been around since the silhouette’s inaugural launch 36 years ago. Traction doesn’t get the “aged” aesthetic, but that surely won’t stop some customizers from distressing it to match the cushioning.
Although the color blocking falls in line with some of the other releases, this Nike Dunk Low White Navy Blue features a twist.Opting for an aged look, this interpretation of the Nike Dunk Low dons a White and Navy leather construction that rests atop a Yellowed vintage-like midsole. White laces, a Navy rubber outsole and Nike branding on the heel, tongue and insoles complete the look.
This Nike Epic React Flyknit White Black Gold sneakers are a crowd favourite.I have been both surprised and impressed by how good the Nike Epic React Flyknit is. It’s a very fast shoe that I’ve found myself reaching for when I know I want to get moving. It’s not perfect by any means but this is the closest I’ve ever got to putting my minimal shoes away for good.