With the reveal of the new Nike Kyrie 7 just going down yesterday, we got our first leak for the silhouette with the new signature sneaker featured in the coveted “Raygun” theme. Originally released in 2005 on the Dunk Low, the colorway has been revisited a couple of times since, and now the new Nike Kyrie 7 will be the canvas for the theme. A black Nike Swoosh is embroidered in with yellow stitching which allows yellow to paint the heel which showcases the Raygun mascot in all of its glory. A black and white tongue and lacing system then match perfectly with the midsole and newly revamped rubber outsole. Check out detailed images of the upcoming colorway below and make sure to keep it locked to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.
Now the iconic Air Jordan 1 Chicago colorway will be adorning the Nike SB Dunk Low Chicago for a clash of everything the sneaker community needed. Size? has loaded up a Chicago rendition of the Nike SB Dunk Low quietly and the news is expected to break the sneaker internet when the rest of the sneaker world gets ahold of the news. While the Nike SB Dunk Low has been growing like crazy and has been releasing in dozens of colorways every month. Finally, black is showcased on the ankles and Nike Swoosh as well as the lacing system. A white midsole and red rubber outsole then bring the design to a nice finish.
We just got an early look at the brand new Fragment x Air Jordan 35 with the help of what appears to be an upcoming Fragment collaboration on the all-new silhouette. With this Air Jordan 35 surfacing with official images, it’s a good sign that whatever went down with the AJ34 not releasing has been resolved and the two will be continuing their collaborative efforts on the next biggest thing from Jordan Brand. An interesting new look for the next year’s hardwood sneaker and we’re interested in more colorways and detailed images. Displaying a similar midsole to the 34, the upper arrives with a thicker look to it with the help of a leather overlay on the toe that flows into the forefoot area, breaks, and continues at the heel.