Do you love the Stan Smith but adore more muted tones? If so, then the brand new Mens Jordan 2020 was made just for you. Down below you’ll find an off-white midsole for that retro vibe that we all know and love, and to round it all off, the classic Three Stripe perforations have been removed, and in its place is Human Made’s signature heart logo. Made in partnership with legendary artist Pharrell Williams and Japanese streetwear icon Nigo of A Bathing Ape fame, this is a must have for any collection this season, so don’t miss out! Painted in a pristine palette, grey accents access the tongue and heel where you’ll find “adidas” and “DRY ALLS” respectively – the latter is a reference to HM’s peculiar slogan that no one really knows the definition of. The perfect blend of modern Japanese culture and vintage Americana, the White Grey is crafted from a full leather construction that’s as premium as it gets.
Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low Sand is one of several brand-new colourways of the hugely successful Rivalry Low silhouette set to drop in collaboration with Japanese streetwear legends Human Made. Trefoil logos remain at the tongue and heel, with a rounded toe box completing the look.
Headed up by none other than Nigo of BAPE fame, Human Made are arguably one of the best in the game. cleaner releases, with adidas three-stripe branding featured down the side along with Human Made typeface logos. Rumour has it that this latest collaboration is modelled on some of the most iconic BAPESTA colorways of all time, and it’s easy to see why. Dressed in a clean sand and pink rendition, these are definitely one of the
Jordan 6 Quai 54 Sail Purple is the latest release from Jordan Brand and Nike that’s set to honour the annual basketball tournament that takes place in Paris. The graphic patterns across the sides of each shoe make these one of the louder Nike Air Jordan pairs, perfect for turning a few heads on the street! Following on from last month’s Jordan 6 Quai that showcases team orange and total orange touches, this pair instead opts for purple accents across the leather upper that add a Parisian twist to the color palettes! The other shoe showcases the logo of the annual streetball tournament, signifying that these are indeed a limited edition release. We’ve got a closer look and official images right here, so read on to find out more! Crafted from leather and synthetics, the Air Jordan logo can be found embossed onto the tongue for an instantly recognisable look, while the Nike Air logo is conveniently placed on the heel tab of one shoe.