Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% to Arrive this Fall 2020

Off-White x Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% to Arrive this Fall 2020

Giannis Antetokounmpo‘s Nike Zoom Freak 2 has just surfaced in a brand new “NRG” colorway that will be releasing this fall.the pair is effectively leaning into lifestyle New Air Max 270 as it dons a gradient not too dissimilar to the one found on the Air Max Plus.Nike Zoom Freak 2 NRG sports a Sunset-like color blocking featuring a Pink and Orange gradient upper paired with Black detailing and White leather.Grounded in oversized white midsoles, the “Sunset” provides a substantial neutral complement to the aforementioned dye; hits of black accent throughout the construction — atop the tread, various molds, and even the counter — while a metallic silver films the enlarged swoosh that stitches across the profile.An oversized 3M reflective Swoosh on the lateral, while the medial displays a loud graphic with “WIN” and dollar signs.This matches the forward weave of the upper whose mid-panel begins the transition into orange and then to a darker red not long thereafter. A White midsole atop a Yellow and Black rubber outsole completes the design.

Sneakerheads 2020 will once again be collaborating on a set of running shoes, this time around they’ll be releasing three colorways of the new Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% during the fall season.whispers of the Off-White creator diving back into the realm of running silhouettes were starting to float around, but it look as though we could be inching closer to an official confirmation as first imagery of the said Nike Zoom Tempo NEXT% project have leaked into our midst.The color options include “Black/White-Scream Green,” “Racer Blue/Black-Pink Glow-White” and “White/Black-Solar Red.”the Swooshes are no longer crafted with outlines, but rather formed with an almost crackled, DIY paint aesthetic that arrive in equal sizes between the lateral and medial panels.Each shoe will come with signature Off-White branding and zip-ties completed with rubber spiked outsoles.Color-wise, they are formed with stealthy skins that cover both the knitted uppers and midsoles, as well as clean white Swooshes, medial and rear midsole Helvetica branding, followed by “Scream Green” outsoles/forefoot Air units that channel a similar look to the OG AlphaFly NEXT% installment.

New Jordan got their first glimpse at a mismatched set of Air Jordan 3s. One shoe was draped in “Blue Denim” and the other a “Khaki” colored us a detailed look at both of those pairs as complete sets (with both the left and right shoes of each colorway). When these originally surfaced, very little was known about them, but now we can confirm that this Air Jordan 3 is a 1 of 3 sample, with 1 of those sets being the mismatched set.Both were made to test out how different types of materials would hold up on the Jordan 3 model and were created without the intention of ever actually making it to market. Each pair is put together on a White midsole with Gum bottoms and uses the same Blue and Tan elephant print on the mudguards. But the similarities stop there. The Denim pair is draped in a Navy Blue denim upper with Tan stitching, Tan Jumpman, and Tan heel tabs and is topped off with a Blue suede tongue. The Khaki pair contrasts the denim in that the Jumpman is Blue, but the rest of the upper is sueded out in a clean Khaki colored suede.


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