Although Ronnie Fieg’s Kith has had a couple of Nike Air Force 1 Low Red White Blue surface this year, only one released and was a Tokyo-exclusive. While fans not residing in Tokyo have been counting their days at a Kith Nike Air Force 1 Low, it finally looks like those days are coming to an end. With hype going crazy for the sneaker, Kith appears to be trying to write the wrongs with another new iteration surfacing today with a red, white, and blue design. This pair will be the fourth Kith Nike Air Force 1 that has surfaced following the original Tokyo exclusive but this time, it arrives with official images and not leaked images.
Released back in the Summer of 2007, the Buy Jordan Soles has become one of the hottest SB Dunks of all time. White leather, Brown Suede, and Black leather snakeskin will all make a coveted re-appearance. Thanks to Travis Scott wearing a pair and making the “Mocha” aesthetic popular, this SB can be found on the secondary market for upwards of $1,000 dollars brand new. Although not confirmed, the highly reputable leaker has been the source of the latest Nike SB news, so our intuition is pointing to a re-release indeed going down. The Retro pair will call for the same exact design featuring a White, Black, and Trail End Brown color-scheme. With all the hype and demand for the colorway and the SB resurgence going down in 2020, it makes sense for Nike SB to Retro the colorway. SneakerJamz has shared detailed images of the pair which could very well mean that Retro return is coming soon.
Although fresh on the market, adidas is back with another new iteration of the Cheap Jordans 2020 in a clean “Core White” offering. A black rubber outsole that peaks out at the toes finishes off the upcoming Ultra 4D. Tonal detailing is then given to the lace cage, laces, heel clip, and Three Stripes branding while a matching creamy 4D midsole is placed underneath. This rendition was also our first look at the silhouette at the beginning of the year, so many Three Stripes fans have been waiting for their chance at these. The upper arrives in a creamy primeknit which follows the knitting pattern of the OG, the Ultra Boost 1.0. Officially launched with a collaboration with Parley and then followed soon after, with the Black/Purple variant, the Ultra 4D is the next big thing from adidas.