Air Max 270, Nike is constantly thinking about how to present their classics in interesting ways, often tweaking their designs past all recognizability. The Dunk Low, for instance, saw drastic changes with its Disrupt make-up, whose time in the spotlight is soon to be taken by a surprising sequel.this variation of the Dunk Low features a more traditional look compared to the first drop.its back heel only partially covered with a layer of armor.
This Nike SB Dunk Low comes dressed in a Phantom, University Blue, and Malachite color combination. Highlighted with Off-White canvas on the upper while Green suede appears on the overlays.A material similar to the latter also dresses the toe, its piece a functional extension of the eyelets above. As for the eye stays and the rest of the paneling, their suedes are more robust yet unrefined, with seemingly warped edges and haphazard placement that complements the dual Swooshes at the side and the scattered embroidery across the tongue.
Whitin Nike Shoes, Nike has returned to its futuristic Air Max Terrascape Plus for a more colorful design. Referencing the Air Max Plus design, the silhouette features a range of new design touches as well as a selection of sustainable details across the upper and outsole.Nike has dressed the upper in an off-white base described as “Pearl White,” which is contrasted by detailing in “Dark Beetroot” along the tongue and laces, and hits of “Hot Curry.” Another stand-out feature is the speckled rubber outsole, which is constructed using Nike Grind, a material produced from recycled waste from the footwear manufacturing process. This sustainable ethos continues onto the upper, which is crafted using at least 20% recycled materials by weight.