Since 1987, Nike’s Air Max 270 line has played a prominent role in a wide range of communities. From artists, designers, urban planners, creatives, brands of all stripes, and the food-obsessed, the Air Max continues to be a potent cultural force.Collabs like the Air Max 1 Amsterdam might seem like an obvious selection, but there are more subtle collabs that speak volumes to individual communities – collabs that many people wouldn’t even recognize at first glance.
This Air Jordan 11 Low WMNS Bright Citrus is coming back in a big way.the scheme is a rather understated mix of white and its titular color. The latter only stands out by way of the slightly translucent sole and the instep’s branding, while the former dresses more widespread. This neutral can be found throughout the leather base, laces, eyelets, tongue, and even the patent midsole that nods to OGs. What’s more, there’s an additional detail that sets its apart from the original: an OG carbon fiber plate, a first for the women’s version of the model.
This Air Jordan 6 Retro Electric Green features a mostly “Black” ensemble complemented by eye-catching “Electric Green” detailing throughout the upper and sole unit. Lace toggles and Jumpman branding on the tongue indulge in the vibrant tone, as does the sportscar-inspired tab on the heel. Underfoot, the nubuck-heavy Jordans opt for a predominantly-two-tone sole unit: As with the original Jordan 6 from 1991, the “Black”-colored midsole features detailing above the semi-translucent outsole and heel Airbag dipped in a stark contrasting color. Branding on the tread also indulges in the pair’s titular “Electric Green” tone.