Nike Air Force 1 Low Drew League Arrive on June 6, 2020

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Nike Air Force 1 Low Drew League comes highlighted in all White while constructed with leather and then we have perforations on the toe box and panels.This offering of the Nike Air Force 1 Low features a signature all-White leather upper with perforations on the toe and side panels.Nike is now offering up a new Air Force 1 rendition that pays homage to the Drew League – the annual LA-based Summer basketball tournament that features Pro-Am athletes and a plethora of House of Highlights social media clips from NBA players such as Nick Young, Trae Young, DeMar DeRozan, and more Drew League branding on the embroidered heels, tongue labels, and insoles atop a solid White rubber AF1 sole completes the design.
Nike SB Dunk Low Premium Asparagus released back in August 2009, which was designed for the fall season.Nike SB Dunk Low Premium “Asparagus” receives its nickname “Asparagus” due to its Green shaggy suede side panels.Brighter notes of orange and yellow tie in the theme and make us wonder if it’s too early to grab the rake.Other details includes Black leather on the eyestay, toe box, and textile Swooshes with Golden Yellow accents, Red lining and midsole atop a Black rubber outsole. Finishing off the design is a graphic insole.“NIKE” is stitched onto the heel in goldenrod yellow. The Nike SB Dunk Low Premium “Asparagus” is available now at select Nike SB accounts worldwide.
New Jordan dropped the Air Jordan 1 “Royal Toe” colorway as a follow up to 2018’s “Bred Toe” release.Michael Jordan’s first signature shoe, the Air Jordan 1 continues to be one of Jordan Brand’s most consistent model when it comes to new releases.Back in 2018, the Air Jordan 1 “Game Royal” was debuted that brings together the popular “Royal” and “Chicago” versions all into one shoe. It features a similar color blocking to the “Chicago” pair, but replaces the Red leather paneling with Royal Blue.
Posted 11 May 2020

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