The Nike Air Safari is set to return this Fall in an all new “Bamboo” flavor. A slight tweak to the Air Safari that we’ve come to know and love, the “Bamboo” Nike Air Safari removes the iconic safari print from the trim of the sneaker and places on the on the upper which is then surrounded by a combo of nubuck and mesh. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these this Fall.
adidas has dug into their archive once again and this time around they have brought back the adidas Torsion Response Lite “OG”. Back in the 90s, the adidas Torsion Response Lite was a breakthrough running product as it features the adidas Torsion bar, a one piece bootie construction, and a lightweight breathable upper. Flash forward to 2014 and the adidas Torsion Response Lite returns in the OG White, Red, Black, and Green flavor. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these this Summer/Fall.
Adding to the Nike Air Max 1 “Laser Crimson” that we looked at earlier, and other Grey offerings that include the Nike Air Max 90 “Cool Grey” and Nike Roshe Run NM “Cool Grey”, Nike is dropping another Air Max 1 for the Fall with the Nike Air Max 1 “Light Base Grey”. Another simple and clean colorway that we could’ve seen back in the golden age of Air Max 1 releases, the “Light Base Grey” Nike Air Max 1 features a mix of White, Black, and Light Base Grey. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these later this Summer/early Fall.
Adding to an illustrious history of strong collaborative projects, Nike SB and Brooklyn Projects have linked up once again to create the Nike SB Dunk High x Brooklyn Projects “Paparazzi”. Inspired by the celebrity lifestyle of Hollywood, the “Paparazzi” Dunks feature a mix of Black and Red nubuck with several nods back to the persistent celebrity photographers including reflective flash bulbs across the upper, a BP camera logo near the heel, and an icy sole that exposes more flash bulbs. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these on 8/2 at Brooklyn Projects locations.