Nike’s pro-skater Grant Taylor will be releasing an ACG-inspired SB Blazer Mid during the fall season.Closely associated with the Swoosh’s pro-skater Grant Taylor, the silhouette is seen here borrowing signature design elements from Beaverton’s outdoor-ready family known as Nike ACG.Grant Taylor x Nike SB Blazer Mid features a Brown canvas and leather base with Black rubberized Swooshes and vibrant ACG Purple and Orange accents on the tongue and heel.Sporting a classic hiking-ready color story, this installment comes packaged with base layers that splits its forefoot and rear between murky brown leather and canvas, rubberized Swooshes, and tongue/heel accents that blend together vibrant tones of purple and orange.“GTP” is branded on the tongues in the “ACG” style completed with Black and White speckled midsoles. A playful nod to Nike’s functional apparel/footwear family is directly located on the tongue which ushers in the lettering “GTP” but in a way that remixes the traditional ACG logo.
Nike is set to release a new Air Max 1 NRG that uses materials from the brands Space Hippie series.Done in a color scheme listed as White, Black, Electric Green, and Game Royal, the Nike Air Max 1 NRG comes with an upper utilizing recycled canvas overlays paired with exposed stitching throughout. Now as they”re on Crater Foam Air Force 1’s, they also look to bring the coveted Air Max 1into the mix and from the first look at the upcoming colorway, these are going to be a problem.This Nike Air Max 1 features recycled canvas overlays paired with exposed stitching throughout. Black leather mudguards, Neon Green branding on the forefoot with recyclable insoles completes the design.A white midsole, matching outsole, and blue Air Max bubble finish of the upcoming offering.In addition we have Neon Green on the branding located at the forefoot, exposed stitching and recyclable insoles which finishes the look.
Continuing the celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 3, Jordan Brand will be releasing a special edition Air Jordan 3 Seoul to commemorate the occasion. The shoe was created by Tinker Hatfield and Dan Sunwoo as a special project in Nike’s Innovation Kitchen.“I grew up a sneakerhead in Seoul and I wanted to create a shoe that pays homage to the creative energy of the city. Now is the perfect time, building on the momentum of the winter games and the love Korean consumers have for Jordan Brand,” says Sunwoo.The Taegukgi (Korean flag) inspires the shoe’s overall color scheme, with the “taeguk” symbol expressed through the lining and collar’s blue and red and the white upper representing peace and purity (as it does on the flag). 서울 (Seoul) is featured on the left inner tongue, while the 1988 summer games motto 화합과 전진 (Harmony and Progress) is featured on the right inner tongue. The heel reads “Nike Air” in a clear nod to the original Air Jordan 3.