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Nike Air Max 97 “Spruce Aura”

The silhouette takes a simpler route with a mix of black, white and light grey. Dubbed “Spruce Aura,” the design’s cushioning is found in the black full-length Air Max unit sandwiched between a light grey outsole and white midsole. Moving towards the upper, you’ll find the same shade of grey in suede just above the midsole. The rest is delivered in black down to its laces, tongue and pull tabs. Finally, mini Swoosh logos finish off the “Spruce Aura” iteration on the tongues plus its lateral and medial sides. –HB


Off-White x Nike Air Max 90 “Black”

It’s technical design cues surface once more through contrasting stitching, industrial-styled branding on each medial side, and a shifted Nike Sportswear logo on each tongue. Sparse coloring arrives with just two splashes of orange and a subtle blue air bag. At the moment the Off-White™ x Nike Air Max 90 “Black/Black/White-Cone” is expected to arrive this fall for $160 at select Off-White™ and Nike Sportswear retailers. –HB


Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Gold” Pack

The forthcoming pack takes things a step further than the legendary “Silver Bullet” iteration with two new “Metallic Gold” editions. The pack sees one version sporting “Metallic Silver/Metallic Gold-Black” as its partner sees “Vast Grey/Metallic Silver-Metallic Gold.” Both share white midsoles housing full-length Air Max units. Nike’s Swoosh logos return to their rightful place on each side in addition to the tongues. These arrive on November 23 at select Nike Sportswear and Nike.com retailers for $160 each. –HB

Building on the tactical look of the reworked sneaker, the latest look features a black tumbled leather base upper complete with a canvas buckle strap lockdown system. Usual Swoosh branding is reserved for the lateral sides of the shoe and the higher strap closure. Rounding up the design of the shoe is a mesh branded tongue, D-ring heel pull tab and a distinct gum rubber AF1 sole unit. –HB


Nike Air VaporMax Run Utility “Bred”

The Air VaporMax Run Utility follows up the previous “Reflect Silver” and “Triple Black“ with “Black/Anthracite-Habanero Red.” The sneaker is geared for this season’s colder months with a lightweight feel. The Flyknit upper is dominated in black with the aforementioned Habanero Red added to its toggle-secured lacing system. Dynamic Flywire cables stretch from the Air VaporMax unit to unite at the forefoot which provides the wearer with a reliable and flexible lockdown feel. –HB

The newest collaborative sneaker from the Swoosh and K-Dot comes rooted in LA culture. Lamar expressed that he wanted to meld the comfort of a traditional house slipper with that of Nike’s sleek footwear silhouettes. “House shoes have always been a part of LA culture,” said Lamar. “The shoe is all about being able to get up and just go out in style.” See more via Hypebeast.


Nike Air Max 95 “Laser Fuchsia”

The famed Nike Air Max 95 is ready to welcome another colorway to its growing selection. The 90s model will soon share a black base with dark purple and blue added to its layered upper. The silhouette’s signature branding returns in the form of an Air Max logo on the tongue and Nike Air stamp on the heel. A mini Swoosh appears on the heel’s lateral sides while the aforementioned dark purple and blue are presented with an iridescent shine to complete the design. –HB

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