Sacai x Nike VaporWaffle will be teaming up once again this Summer 2020 with a new VaporWaffle hybrid silhouette. Double branding on the tongue and side paneling brings that sacai aesthetic while a layered midsole and Waffle outsole finishes off the new look. The sneaker features a Sail upper that’s equipped with mesh and suede with a semi see-through upper. Enjoy the first look at the “Game Royal” edition and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for any updates regarding this sneaker, more colorways and release information from your favorite sneaker brands. Expected to feature with more colorways like usual, we just got a first look at the Sail, Light Bone, Game Royal and Sport Fuchsia.
It’s been three years since the Swoosh celebrated the Nike Air Max 1 Premium 30th-anniversary, and the classic runner is still releasing exciting new looks to this day. This week, we have an early look at the “Asparagus” leather pair, coming soon. Now, it appears Nike is fully sticking with the classic running sneaker for the foreseeable future, as the leather-clad Premium iteration of the AM1 surfaced in a new color scheme this week. Additionally, the AM1’s sewn-in Swooshes have been removed, instead replaced by a debossed version in the leather. Finally, the tongue is adorned by a lone embroidered Swoosh, split in two colors, white for the rounded section, and olive green for the tail.
The blue craze then continues heavily on the heel while pink accents and contrasts on the Nike LeBron 18 Los Angeles By Day Swoosh branding and the heel tab. A white and blue rubber midsole and outsole complete the effortless new take.Starring a creamy Knitposite 2.0 upper, white supportive detailing equips the side paneling while white speckled blue laces match and ties the sneaker down. Official images of the upcoming variation are included below so feel free to check them out below as we wait for more details. The LeBron 18 is likely one of the best signature shoes from LeBron and Nike in some time. Featuring a brand new shape and look as well as updates technologies, Nike wasn’t playing around with the production of LeBron’s 18th signature sneaker.