Nike continues to expand their Space Hippie collection with yet another new Nike Cortez Basic PRM silhouette joining the sustainable series. The recycled motifs finally shine on the tongue and midsole while the usual Cortez outsole finishing off the new recycled design. The Nike Cortez Basics is up next and is set to feature an “Iron Grey” recycled design. White detailing is then added in on the Nike Swoosh, heels, laces, and sockliner, adding much-needed contrast from the darker upper. Now in 2020, the past meets the future with the Cortez releasing in a recycled design which is part of Nike’s ever so growing sustainable series. Arriving in Iron Grey, White, and Barely Volt, the entire upper is covered in an Iron Grey texturized upper. The Nike Cortez is one of the most classic silhouettes from Nike’s vast arsenal of great sneakers.
Nike will be furthering their Cheap Jordans 2020 lineup for the kids this Summer with a new iteration that arrives with melted logos. A black Nike Swoosh adorns the side paneling which features teal embroidery that matches perfectly with the toe melted Nike Swoosh and purple melted Smiley face logos on the heel. Contrasting the vibrant upper, a white tongue is placed in while white laces tie the shoe down, and a white sockliner peaks out in certain places. Although starting school may be a little different and at home, kids still deserve their pair of kicks commemorating the brand new school year. This Air Force 1 Low features the usual leather build where a brushed yellow design graces the sneaker. Due to school starting back up, Nike has been furthering their kids’ lineup.
Mens Jordan 2020 has definitely climbed the charts of hype beast and sneaker culture influencers. The partnership marks the first time ever that a Latino artist will be partnering up with Jordan Brand on their very own theme, so you can say this sneaker is history in the making. With collaborations with BAPE and now his very own Air Jordan 1, it’s safe to say the global superstar has definitely made his mark. Late last night it was revealed that J Balvin and Bad Bunny were joining the Super Bowl Half-Time show with J-Lo and Shakira but we never expected an Air Jordan 1 collaboration to be revealed as well.