The Nike Dunk Low ‘Black White’ treats the retro model to an essential two-tone color scheme that accentuates the sneaker’s clean lines, developed by designer Peter Moore and responsible for the shoe’s easy transition from the hardwood to the street. The leather upper combines a white base with contrasting black overlays that wrap around the toe and heel. On both the woven tongue tag and heel tab, Nike branding in white stands out in relief against a black backdrop.
The 2021 iteration of the Nike Dunk High SP ‘Syracuse’ brings back one of the OG colorways of the ‘Be True to Your School’ series from 1985. The leather high-top is rendered in the signature hues of Syracuse University, featuring a crisp white base with contrasting Orange Blaze overlays. Classic Nike branding makes its way to a woven tag atop a lightly padded nylon mesh tongue. The high-top rides on a rubber cupsole, finished in the same two-tone color scheme utilized on the upper.
The Nike women’s Dunk Low ‘Orange Pearl’ offers a pastel colorway of the classic low-top, rendered in traditional color blocking in keeping with the shoe’s ‘80s roots. The upper carries a stark white base with contrasting overlays in a pale coral hue. Traditional Dunk details include a perforated toe box and a lightly padded nylon tongue marked with a woven Nike tag. The sneaker is supported by a two-tone rubber cupsole, equipped with a basketball-specific traction pattern made for pivoting.
The Nike Zoom Kobe 6 Protro ‘All Star’ brings back a special-edition colorway that the Mamba himself wore at the 2011 NBA All-Star Game. This updated version of the classic low-top features revised tooling, highlighted by a full-length Cushlon midsole with a large Air Zoom Turbo unit in the forefoot. Up top, polyurethane scales improve the durability of the micro-mesh build, finished in a gradient blend of red and black. Kobe’s signature is printed on the molded heel counter, while his personal logo adorns the tongue.
The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 ‘Ash Pearl’ applies contrast color blocking to the re-engineered Primeknit upper. Most of the knit build features a blend of indigo, grey and navy fibers, while the top half of the sneaker’s lateral side is rendered in subtle cream and beige tones. The latter hue is repeated on the signature post-dyed monofilament side stripe. The lightweight sneaker is supported by a full-length Boost midsole, its sidewalls reinforced with an off-white rubber cage.
The Air Jordan 3 Retro ‘Georgetown’ is clad in the signature colors of the Hoyas, the team that Michael Jordan victimized on the way to an NCAA national championship. The classic silhouette features a navy tumbled leather upper, reinforced with signature elephant print overlays at the toe and heel. Jumpman branding hits adorn the grey synthetic leather tongue and molded navy heel panel. Lightweight cushioning is provided by a polyurethane midsole enhanced with a visible Nike Air unit under the heel.
The adidas Yeezy 700 V3 ‘Kyanite’ showcases flowing stripes of blue coloring throughout the breathable upper, constructed from monofilament engineered mesh with exoskeletal RPU overlays coated in a glow-in-the-dark finish. Interior bootie construction delivers a snug fit, while a reinforced rubber toe cap provides added durability. The sneaker rides on a lightweight EVA midsole encapsulated in an off-white PU cage, supported by a herringbone rubber outsole.
The adidas Yeezy Foam Runner ‘Sand’ delivers a monotone iteration of Kanye West’s clog-like silhouette. Featuring a slightly darker tan shade than the debut ‘Ararat’ colorway from 2020, the slip-on makes use of a flexible one-piece build that combines standard EVA with an algae-based foam compound. Multiple ventilation ports allow feet to breathe, while textured interiors offer no-slip grip. Underfoot, a classic herringbone tread provides dependable traction.
The adidas Yeezy Foam Runner ‘MXT Moon Grey’ showcases a neutral two-tone color scheme on the sculpted, futuristic slip-on. Ventilation ports are riddled throughout the pliable one-piece build, constructed from a sustainable blend of EVA and an algae-based foam. A textured interior provides no-slip comfort, while the outsole features a herringbone traction pattern for reliable grip. Exterior branding is limited to a discreet adidas wordmark underneath the heel.
The Air Jordan 5 Retro ‘Stealth 2.0’ delivers a refreshed take on the original ‘Stealth’ Air Jordan 5 from 2006. The mid-top makes use of tumbled white leather throughout the upper, accented with powder blue Jumpman branding on the back heel and reflective silver tongue. A pale grey finish is applied to the midsole, featuring a visible Nike Air unit in the heel and a subtle paint splatter effect on the AJ5’s signature shark tooth detailing.