Nike Unveils The New N. 354 Air Force 1-Type

Nike showcases a new take on the Air Force 1-Type. N. 354, which is a line under the Swoosh umbrella comes through with the “Experimental Sail” colorway and will come equipped with an upper that is completely covered in foam.

Key features of Air Force 1 -Type include the aforementioned upper, comprised of a spong-like texture reminiscent of Nike’s oxygen masks from its research lab. It is important to note that although the shoe is covered entirely, each panel will still be recognizable. Other features include rip stop pull tabs at the tongue and heel area with a drawcord found at the laces area. The “N. 354” branding is also found on the sneaker as it resides over the sneaker’s Swoosh. Looking at the heel area, there is a fluorescent label patch that is complimented by a white midsole and semi-translucent outsole.

No word of a release date has been announced yet but expect the Nike Air Force 1-Type N. 354 “Experimental” to release in the upcoming months via the Nike website for around $110 USD.


Crocs And Post Malone Continue Their Partnership For The Duet Max Clog

Post Malone has reignited his partnership with Crocs with a new collab. The Texas native will offer his take on the Duet Max Clog silhouette which will see two colorways, accompanied with new features and accessories.

Complete with a robust sole unit and adjustable back straps, these unisex clogs will come in a black or pink color way. Post Malone’s PostyCo branding will also be included in the drop via rivets and lanyard clips.

This collaboration between Post Malone and Crocs will be the fifth collaboration between the two, and to commemorate the occasion, they surprised 5,000 fans around the world with the new limited-edition shoes. For buying options, head to  the Crocs web store and select retailers on December 8. Prices start at £54.99 GBP (approximately $75 USD).

Nike’s New Air Force 1/1 Is Fully Customizable

As if the all-white Air Force 1 isn’t classic enough, Nike offers a fully customizable experience for the silhouette. The customization of shoes is no secret in the sneaker community and Nike formally throws their hat in the DIY ring with the Nike Air Force 1/1.

The Air Force 1/1 features an upper that’s fully interchangeable with a black velcro upper, allowing you to place the panels however you choose. Accompanying the 1/1’s are a full set of Swooshes, tongue badges, laces and heel pieces in an orange color way, enabling the wearer’s style to be showcased uniformly or mismatched.

The Nike Air Force 1/1 is set to release via Nike SNKRS Japan on December 18 as well as later after that in the US. Pricing is approximately $147 USD.

Official Look At The Sean Cliver x Nike SB Dunk Low Collab

Following up his Strangelove Skateboards x Nike SB Dunk Low collab that dropped back in February, Sean Cliver has another collab with the SWOOSH in the works.

Nike is no stranger to working with other brands as they’ve been known to collab with the Grateful Dead, Ben & Jerry’s, Travis Scott and many more. This Sean Cliver x Nike SB Dunk Low features an upper with an over all white and “Psychic Blue” colorway with the white hue consuming the toe box, quarter panel and midsole, while the “Psychic Blue” hue takes over the suede overlays. Rounding out the details are metallic silver hits on the collar and laces while the Swoosh gets done up in a gold finish.

No release date is set, but check the Nike SNKRS app as a holiday drop could be imminent.

The Air Jordan 4 Retro “Manila” Will See Extremely Limited Quantities

The Air Jordan 4 “Manila” will be releasing solely at Nike Manila in the Philippines. This silhouette is inspired by different aspects of Manila, including its flag.

The upper portion of the silhouette shows shades of green with an ostrich material on the tongue while the mudguard receives a stingray texture. Looking deeper into the details, the inside of the tongues shows what number the shoe is marked out of the 150 limited quantities.

For a chance to purchase these sneakers, enter the raffle at Nike Park. Winners will be selected on December 1 with the official release slated for December 3 at the grand opening of the Jordan Brand store in Bonifacio Global City.

The Nike SB Dunk High “Obsidian” Gets A December Release

Nike returns with yet another colorway in its SB range with an obsidian and gum combination on the High silhouette.

As part of its Orange Label release, dropping exclusively for skate shops, Nike will also drop a series of Obsidian & Gum colorways that will be featured on Dunk Low and Blazer Low models in December as well.

The release date for the Orange Label Nike SB Dunk High “Obsidian” is set for December for $110 USD.

Secure The OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 5 “Sail” In A Raffle To Support Black Women

Even though we’ve already seen the release of the OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 5, there is still a chance for you to own a pair and support a good cause at the same time. Virgil Abloh will now be joining up with Aya Brown to host a raffle where proceeds will go toward Girls Only, Therapy for Black Girls, Dream House, and For The Gworls. The aforementioned organizations are set up to support and empower Black women and Black women in the transgender community.

The raffle is up and running right now and will remain live until November 22 at midnight (EST). The winners will be selected on November 24 and will be able to get their very own pair which will be autographed by Virgil Abloh. Head here for more information regarding the OFF-WHITE x Air Jordan 5 raffle and to purchase tickets.

Official Images Of The Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low “Spiral Sage”

After several leaked photos of the Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low “Spiral Sage” hit the web, we now have an official look at the upcoming release.

First seen on feet by Travis Scott, wearing the “Pure Platinum” colorway, CPFM has now opened an official raffle for this collab to give everyone else a chance to purchase. The CPFM x Dunk Low “Spiral Sage” features an upper covered with Swarovski crystals which symbolizes CPFM’s theme of air and sunshine through dynamic light refraction. A padded tongue, Double Vision smiley shoe tag and detachable double lace flap round out the details.

Pricing is yet to be confirmed but head over to the Cactus Plant Flea Market online store on November 18 when this collab releases.

Jordan Brand Unveils Their Spring 2021 Lineup

Jordan Brand has given us a look at some of their releases for Spring 2021 and it’s safe to say they have some heat on the way.

The Air Jordan retros featured in the gallery below have made the official release list. The Jordan Brand Spring 2021 Holiday Collection will be comprised of 11 pairs total with 6 different silhouettes. Such silhouettes will be women’s exclusives, past releases as well as some familiar models featuring new tech and materials.

Release dates have yet to be determined but check back for more details.

The Air Jordan 11 Adapt Celebrates The 25th Anniversary Of The XI And Its Self-Lacing

Continuing its 25th Anniversary celebration of the Air Jordan 11, Jordan Brand has created a first for the silhouette, infusing it with Nike Adapt self-lacing tech. Just like it’s predecessors in the Adapt family such as the Adapt BB 2.0 and Adapt Auto Max, the Air Jordan 11 “Adapt” uses an App to tighten and loosen the laces or through the use of buttons at the mid foot.

For the most part, the overall silhouette stays true to the 11’s aesthetic with a few minor adjustments. A translucent layer covers the upper portion of the sneaker including the lace eyelet area as well as the Jumpman logo at the heel. Instead of regular laces, thin cords have been equipped as part of Adapt technology’s lock-down device. Tinker Hatfield’s sketches remain true in terms of the colorway he originally used as well as an icy sole that rounds out the look.

Be on the look out for the Air Jordan 11 “Adapt” to drop on December 30.