Nike Air Force 1 07 Triple White is by far one of their cleanest colourways yet.
Finely crafted from premium leather, the Air Force 1 07 Triple White is painted in an all white hue all over.Embodying everything that makes the sneaker so legendary, this AF1 takes some of Nike’s classic features and combines them with a simple and striking design.Down below, the classic Air midsole is present for endless comfort.Classic Nike branding adorns the tongue, heel, and midsole, and of course, the lateral and medial sides are adorned with the ubiquitous Swoosh logo.
2019 Sneakers Release Getting its name from Michael Jordan’s second NBA season when he so forcefully dunked at the net that it completely shattered the glass backboard, this shoe is considered by many sneakerheads to be the holy grail, and now, you can cop a pair from the retailers listed on this page!Jordan 1 Mid Shattered Backboard is one of the most iconic AJ1 colourways to ever exist – period.A pair of orange Swooshes shoot across the lateral and medial side panels, while the legendary Jumpman logo and signature winged basketball motif graces the tongue and ankle, respectively.Crafted from a combination of tumbled leather and buttery smooth suede, the Jordan 1 Mid Shattered Backboard works on a clean white base with black and orange panels overlaying for that iconic 1985 aesthetic. To round it all off, perforations make their way to the toe box, and an Air infused midsole sits down below for comfort that’s been changing the game for decades.
New Jordan is a literal game changer, and here is everything that you need to know!Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64! Paying homage to the iconic games console that released in Europe on the same year the AM97 made its debut,Nike Air Max 97 Nintendo 64 Featuring an all grey palette that’s inspired by the N64’s controller, it’s printed with a ton of play button symbols, emphasising the Air Max 97 Nintendo 64’s playful aesthetic.Additionally, “POWER” and “RESET” patches can be found on the tongues, as well as three black dots on the pull tabs that are a one-to-one copy of the controller port that fans of the Japanese gaming system will be familiar with. Taking advantage of the AM97’s wavy design, red, green, blue, and yellow accents make an appearance throughout the upper as a nod to the console’s signature 3D “N” logo.