Sneaker press release updates April 24, 2021
At the end of April, may the sneaker entities be on your side as you try your hand at getting pairs for retail.
Although NIKE, Inc. has established itself as a heavyweight in the sportswear space through continuous innovation, the North American conglomerate has repeatedly taken trips down memory lane. Over the past four months, the brand has commemorated the legacy of one of the coolest athletes to ever play in Major League Baseball (MLB), Ken Griffey Jr., although the Nike Air Griffey Max 1 did both original and non-original appearances. colors, the model was accompanied by classic Nike Sportswear like the Air Force 1 and the Air Max 90 loaded with nods to “the child”.
Elsewhere, Nike Basketball would have retrospectively one of its most iconic proposals of all time: the LeBron 8 “South Beach”. Forever linked with LeBron James’ transfer to the Miami Heat from his hometown team the Cleveland Cavaliers, the pair are a point of contact for 2010. The Miami-inspired pair sat on some shelves across the country when it was first released, but has continued. to order more than US $ 1,000 on the secondary market. Away from the basketball court, the Air Max BW (formerly known as the Air Max IV and Air Classic BW) reappears in its iconic ‘Persian Violet’ style. The model was originally launched in 1991 and looks set to have a notable 30th anniversary. While savvy sneaker enthusiasts will surely go after the aforementioned pair, the masses might overlook the Air Max’s silhouette unless it gets a high-profile co-sign or collaboration.
While the Air Jordan 1 Mid has always had an following, its consumer base has apparently exploded throughout 2020, going so far as to include collectors who had previously vowed to forgo the mid-size model. After clearing the runway to its shorter finish, the silhouette recently emerged in a handful of arguably better colourways than what appeared on most takes of the coveted Jordan 1 seen so far in 2021. As teased since then. last year, the Jordan 1 Low is expected to revert to the original construction soon, suggesting some Chicago Bulls-inspired colorways are in the works. Still, the low-top option only appeared in summer-ready experimental arrangements, disappointing some avid lifestyle-focused Jordans fans.
The nearly identical Nike Dunk Low unsurprisingly appeared in another batch of styles over the past week. Nike SB has ostensibly taken the week off as Nike Sportswear picks up the design from 36-year-old Peter Moore, who made up the recently appeared group. AMBUSH’s Yoon Ahn delivered a look at a “Deep Royal Blue” Dunk High, a refreshing pair in the sea of low options.
After a slow start to the new year, adidas Yeezy has regained attention in mainstream sneaker conversations. While countless collectors wait for Kanye West to start releasing new silhouettes much more regularly than he has over the past eight years, the masses have fallen in love with the Yeezy Foam Runner, who recently emerged in a color tone on tone “Ocher”. Perhaps busier with its mission to make Yeezys available to anyone who wants it, “ you haven’t removed the Yeezy 350 V2 from the spin of its shoe empire. On the contrary, the BOOST cushioned model has surfaced in a few experimental styles, presumably in an attempt to revitalize the shoe.
Elsewhere, Reebok didn’t reinvent Allen Iverson’s iconic Question Low so drastically, but delivered it in impressive style after another. Next on the low shoe’s release schedule is a ‘Green Toe’ colourway first seen as a Rajon Rondo Player-Exclusive (PE) in 2006.
For a look at all of this and more, including what’s new from New Balance, check out our top headlines from April 24 through April 30 below.
Nike’s full tribute to Ken Griffey Jr.
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Nike and LeBron return to South Beach
Where were you in 2010?
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No more Mid-Mania with the Air Jordan 1
This is the sale.
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Knee in Nike Dunks, again
I’m not going anywhere.
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Sacai’s Nike LDWaffle returns with help from UNDERCOVER
When worlds collide.
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More Yeezy 350 and foam runners looming
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This week in Air Jordan News
Ready for spring.
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Reebok almost brings old Rajon Rondo to life
We are lucky.
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The Nike Air Max BW is ready for its 30th anniversary
Last seen in 2016.
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This week in Air Force 1 bottom
Its 40th anniversary is fast approaching.
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New Balance Tokyo Design Studio Adds Wavy Platforms to the 574
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