Nike Air Max 270 G Light Bone Hot Punch Dressed in the iconic Hot Punch colourway, the pair are crafted from synthetics and canvas and showcase a contemporary panelled look, with Nike’s signature Swoosh logo embellished onto the lateral side twice. Nike Air Max 270 G Light Bone Hot Punch is a brand-new golf rendition of one of Nike’s best-selling silhouettes in recent years! The Air Max 270 launched back in 2018 and was marketed as the tallest ever Air Max sneaker, and has since gone on to become a modern-day classic. Now re-engineered for golf purposes, the AM270 will no doubt be a huge hit on the greens!Range-specific Golf-270 branding is also featured, while the large Air Max unit at the heel is present as ever.
New Ray-Ban Sunglassess Releasing alongside the Saffron Quartz edition, the lightweight trainer was originally a high-end lifestyle model that accompanied the Nike Zoom Spiridon OG in the early 2000s, Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Cage 2 Pistachio Frost is the latest colorway to be unveiled of the highly-popular silhouette that was designed by the legendary Steven Smith.and has recently been reintroduced to Nike Sportswear's current lineup and was used as the blank canvas for a collaboration with Stussy that released in natural hemp and metallic silver.Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Cage 2 Pistachio Frost showcase the sportswear-aesthetic that made them so popular in the first place. Nike’s signature Swoosh logo runs across each side, while a mix of perforated suede and leathers makes up the panelled uppers.
Jordans 2019 Shoes First spotted during his Figures Of Speech exhibition at MCA Chicago last year, it made a re-appearance during the American fashion designer's Fall Winter 2020 runway showcase, and it's hands down one of the cleanest Swoosh collaborations he's ever worked on.Off-White x Nike Air Jordan 4 White Painted in a clean cream palette, the AJ4 is decked out some of the finest materials around including fine leather across the upper complete with visible stitching for a sartorial finish and a dash of suede across the toe box for a premium look and feel. Like the classic Jordan IV, mesh panels feature across the lateral and medial side panels, but this is also paired with see-through rubber elements for a deconstructed vibe that we all know and love. This extends towards the heel badge which is present with Nike branding - just like the OG.