As the name suggests, the Nike SB Dunk Low features a mismatched color scheme that covers the entirety of the shoe with various elements pulled from some of his past Nike SB collaborations, including designs from his own P-Rod line.Bathed in a number of patterns and colors, the upper pays homage to some of P-Rod’s best and most famous releases. The right foot’s toe, which stripes with floral notes, directly borrows the “Mexican Blanket” look, while the gold dubrae adjacent makes use of the boxing themes found on last year’s collaborative Dunk High. Elsewhere, Elephant Print comes into play, nodding to the “J-Rods” that hit the market years back. Stash’s P-Rod 1 dresses right alongside, while further use of the initial silhouette arrives by way of the left foot’s ankle. Quilted linings, then, round off the package just.
The Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low marks the design’s second iteration of the lifestyle-influenced upgrade. Unlike the version that released over a decade ago, the latest proposition forgoes any visible Nike Air Max cushioning. This Air Jordan 11 Low comes in a White, Black, Ghost Green, and Metallic Silver color combination and is builded with a mix of mesh and leather in White and Black. Pink branded insoles, White midsole and icy translucent outsole completes the look.mid-foot areas feature perforations for improved durability, which complements the partly-mesh base well.
With its classic basketball design, the Nike Dunk Low Medium Curry brings the vintage style of the 80s back to the streets. Its high-profile, padded ankle area combines a classic look with great comfort.Dressed in a Sail, Medium Curry, and Fossil color scheme. This Nike Dunk Low features a full suede constructed upper with Sail uppers, Brown overlays and Fossil-colored Swooshes and heels. Adding to the look are white laces and a brown sock liner, while a white midsole and brown outsole complete the look.A Sail midsole atop a Curry rubber sole completes the design.