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Nike Air Force 1 “Realtree”

The forthcoming drop will be available in contrasting black and white color choices. Each Realtree pattern is displayed on the midfoot and makes its way onto the toebox area while the heel is done in solid black or white. Lastly, the AF1’s signature Nike stamps are found on the tongue and heel with the Realtree logo printed on each insole. These are expected to hit select Nike Sportswear stockists and Nike.com on February 8 for $110. –HB

The latest iteration boasts a futuristic look with its lab-white base color and the translucent Air unit. Abstract-shaped python skin overlays in Warhol-inspired green, red, yellow and pink are scattered across the uppers, while hits of black on the heel strap and the laces, and a green-outlined Swoosh finalize the design. These are currently only available in women’s sizing, so stay tuned for more details on the official drop date. –HB

The pair’s knit upper and the iconic Boost midsole boast an ethereal white while the heel piece, rear midsole brick and the throat line are detailed with black, shadow-like blocks. Maintaining the heel strap and the printed Three Stripes from the initial design, the look rounds off with a manufacturing-style text embossed on the front midsole brick. Priced at $130, the colorblocked NMD R1 are now available on adidas.com and at select retailers. –HB

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, the latest Air Max Deluxe iteration’s soundwave-like upper is dressed in “Sail” while hits of “Desert Ore” can be found on the heel and mini Swoosh branding showcased on the lateral sides. Finally a white midsole housing a signature Air Unit and black outsole finishes off the look of this creamy option. Look for these arrive in the upcoming weeks at select Nike retailers for $180. –HB

The latest take on the popular Jordan Brand model features a white leather base accented by overlays of blue washed suede. The notable detailing on the colorway is the “SP 19 Air Jordan 1 High OG” notation that appears on the medial and lateral midfoot areas. Branding comes in the form of a classic Nike Air tongue tag, side Swooshes and debossed Wings at the ankle collar. Rounding out the design of the shoe is a sail midsole and a contrasting grey rubber outsole. Priced at $160, these are set to release February 15th. –HB

This edition of MJ’s first signature sneaker adds hyper crimson and black to its neutral grey overlays for an odd mashup.  Suede is added to its grey shading throughout and is met by leather shared on its black underlay. Hyper crimson lines the ankle area to complete the design and give the quiet upper a little pop. Lastly, industrial-like branding is implemented to the lateral sides. These arrive on January 24 for $160. –HB

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Nike Air Max 90 “All Black”

Nike returns to a classic all-black colorway for its coveted Air Max 90 model. Keeping up with the same monotoned vibes as the aforementioned looks, this new iteration sees the fan favorite color hitting everything from the quilted-patterned upper right down to its signature Air unit-housing midsole. Hits of white can then be found on the “Air Max” branding on the lateral and medial sides, along with the “Nike Air” logos on the back heels and tongue tabs. This model is available now at select Nike retailers and online for $110. –HB

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