Following 2019’s Nike Air Max Plus, Nike has taken the Air Max Plus and added the coveted color-blocking to the retro 1998 sneaker. As of late, we have seen the model surface in a couple of great colorways and even an upcoming Supreme collaboration which sets the shoe up for a lot of success like we’ve seen Nike do in the past. Now the coveted Batman theme will adorn the sneaker. Originally debuted in 1998, the Air Max Plus is a silhouette Nike is currently trying to catch on with today’s retro-style lovers.
October 31st is getting closer and closer and it appears Jordan 2020 Release is getting ready a little early this year with a handful of Halloween themed sneakers surfacing. Up next is a Nike Air Trainer 3 dedicated to Dracula. While we already know of two Halloween editions, the Orange Skeleton Air Force 1’s and the Spider Web Nike Air Max 90, the Air Trainer 3 has gone a little deeper into the roots of Halloween and has an interesting new theme dedicated to none other than Dracula. This Summer, it looks like Nike has taken a trip to Translyvania and got inspired. The iteration arrives in a perfect Dracula colorway with an upper consisting of white, black, purple, and red.
The Mens Jordan 2020 is finally here. The second signature silhouette from skater Nyjah Huston in his five years with Nike SB. This Nyjah Free 2 begins with a white mesh base, reinforced with a grey taped overlay acting as a mudguard. The Swoosh comes in purple, while five teal lace loops complete the look. This week, we have an early look at the sleek model in a classic Swoosh “Grape” color scheme, coming soon. Now, Nike SB is adding another color scheme to their lineup, this time giving a nod to the classic Jordan “Grape” color scheme. However, the release forged ahead, dropping in a special Olympic-themed look amid a handful of other colorways. The Nike SB Nyjah Free 2 launched earlier this Summer, originally planned to coincide with the debut of skateboarding in the 2020 Olympic Games. Nyjah Huston has been making the most of his time on the Black Friday Ray-Ban Sunglasses team, from his part in Til Death in 2018 to his now two signature sneakers.