Joining the massive Dunk lineup in 2021, Nike will be releasing a new “Team Red” colorway of the Dunk Low later this summer.Nike Dunk Low isn’t quite done just yet. Even after an extensive set of reveals, the silhouette is appearing in more and more new make-ups.Nike Dunk Low Team Red Dressed in a simple White and Team Red color scheme.This time, the classic “Team Red” color takes the helm, leading what is presumed to be a women’s exclusive colorway.This Nike Dunk Low features features a White leather base with matching tongues, insole and midsole paired with Team Red overlays, Swooshes, branding on the tongues, insole, and heels completed with a matching-colored rubber outsole.White neutrals dress underneath, popping up at the toe, mid-panel, and collar. And as the titular red hits the overlays, the look very loosely resembles the beloved “St. John’s” scheme, though just with far darker shades.
Sneakers2090 continues to add to its Jordan Delta 2 lineup as another new colorway was just revealed.The new lifestyle model from Jordan Brand gets covered in Black on the entire upper in a variety of materials which include mesh, suede, and leather.This pair sports a Black base with Crimson contrasting accents.Building on the success of its predecessor, the second iteration of the Delta silhouette returns with a host of familiar features, including the cloud-like comfort of React foam.For a pop of color we see the addition of Crimson on the heel pull tabs, side panel tongue tags, and the eyelets. On the upper, plush materials range from see-through mesh to luxe suede, creating a look that can be dressed both up and down.Various branding throughout the shoe and a Sail midsole infused with react foam technology rounds out the look on this Jordan Delta 2 that will be releasing soon for $130.
2021Shoes adds to their “Exeter Edition” collection with another new Air Max 90 that nods to a Nike pioneer’s ingenuity and craftsmanship.The model’s latest ensemble continues to build on the “Exeter Edition” theme debuted in February.Jeff Johnson arrived to Exeter, New Hampshire, in 1974 with 1 goal: to help a fledgling shoe company find an edge within a vanishing local manufacturing industry.Nodding to craftsman Jeff Johnson and his time in Exeter, N.H., the forthcoming pair indulges in a combination of disparate tones inspired by excess waste materials.From here he took a scrappy approach that resulted in collecting excess waste materials from local vendors to create shoes in colors and material combos never before seen.Hits of neon green, purple and pink take over slices of the Air Max staple’s upper, resembling the colorful takes Johnson helped create in the late 1970s out of scraps from a vanishing local manufacturing industry.While remaining true to its OG running roots, this Nike Air Max 90 gets revamped with features like excess materials in the upper and about 15% Nike Grind in the forefoot of the outsole.Given that the latest sneaker contributes to the Swoosh’s modern sustainability plans, approximately 15% Nike Grind appears on the outsole’s forefoot.