The Nike Zoom Air Spiridon is a source of great nostalgia for sneaker fans. The original colorways of the sneaker were iconic and have finally been retroed this year more than a decade after their original 1997 release. If the OG colors are a bit too garish for your current style, this clean white and wolf grey pair is a nice alternative.
C.E just released a handful of pieces from it’s Fall/Winter 2016 season. While there hasn’t been a lookbook shared of yet, one of the best items so far is the Collared Pullover Top. Minimally branded on the front, the back features a screen-printed and patch graphics. Get it directly from the C.E website , intransigent capitalism indeed.
Detroit based Revive Michigan has a dual collab releasing with Whiz Limited and Majestic Japan. The t-shirt is limited to just 50 units. The tee is made from heavyweight Japanese cotton and features screen-print on the front and back including the Whiz Limited 76 logo on the back.
The collaboration releases this Friday at Noon at Revive.
The Nike Sock Dart needs little introduction at this point. The laceless lightweight model has become one of their most popular summer running shoes and Nike has been steadily releasing colorways of it. The latest is a triple black treatment that’s available now at Nike SNKRS for $130.
In more sneaker news, Nike put out a new take on the Mercurial model, this time using white flyknit and combining it with the famous Spiridon sole. OG Spiridon themselves are being brought back soon as a retro but these have a decidedly sci-fi feel with the all white color-way. Might be a little difficult to keep these clean for long given the colorway, but you can scoop em now for $200 at Nike.
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News that Louis Vuitton creative director Kim Jones is working with Nike had been circulating for several months. Now we get the first glimpse at what a joint venture between the two looks like in the form of the NikeLab Air Zoom LWP. The model is based on it’s OG 1995 counterpart but has been modernized for a 2016 release. A perforated white upper is combined with beige accents and heel tab. Expect a July release for these over at Nike Lab retailers.
American streetwear label BURMA has been quietly making a name for themselves with impactful graphic designs that reference the 1990s. While the brand has been available exclusively online up until this point, they have created two designs exclusively for Detroit based Revive. The collection goes live today at noon and you can shop the collection here.
The release of the ACRONYM x Nike Lunar Forces last year showed that designer Errolson Hugh was not afraid to make drastic design changes to a flagship Nike model. Photos have now surfaced online of what appears to be the next shoe collaboration between the techwear innovator and Nike.
Two sample color ways have emerged both featuring a mid height design with a zippered inner bootie and some new protective layering around the toe. One appears to be navy with cream accents and the other is a wild pink and volt combo. Time will tell if other variations might also be released.
Expect a release later this summer through Nike Lab outlets.
Hender Scheme has made a name for itself by putting out extremely high quality handmade sneakers. While most of the shapes are borrowed from classic 90’s sneakers, there is no substitute for the quality of natural leather and hand-stitching found on their models. The Spring/Summer ‘Post Modern’ includes their take on the IV, an Air Force and a tan natural leather version of the Nike Presto. With no external branding and attention to detail down to the leather laces, these will set you back a good stack but they are sure to last for years. Expect to find them online at their usual outlets – Need Supply, END and Mr.Porter.
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The ACG Lupinek first made an appearance last winter in the form of a snowboot. The design has been tweaked and now will be releasing as a low-cut sneaker. Distinctive elements of the original design made thier way over in the translation: the VAC-TECH mud guard, Phylon midsole and a perforated tongue really help this sneaker stand out. Available in two stylish flyknit treatments – dark grey and grey/white, look for the Lupinek to release online and at select Nike Lab outlets. The only downside of the shoe is it’s hefty $275USD pricepoint.