While it is unfortunate that we can’t see Lebron James take on his opponents at Staples Center, we have to enjoy other things, like the new Nike LeBron 17 Low. Constructed for LBS’s game, the low-top version of his 17th signature Nike sneaker features Air Max cushioning paired with Nike React technology for a soft experience. The black Nike sneaker furthermore sports lightweight wraparound overlays and Flywire cables for a lockdown fit.
There are many things you can expect when wearing the Nike Air Max 720 Waves but one thing is for sure, it’s bubbly! Just look at the humongous Air Max midsole, it’s out of this world. Made with a lightweight leather and textile upper the sneaker features a D/MS/X design fusing hoop DNA from Nike with lifestyle elements.
You don’t have to look through a telescope for an out-of-space-like experience as Jordan Brand introduces its latest otherworldly Jordan Aerospace 720. The high-top Jordan sneaker adds even more Air underfoot, boasting a 720 Air unit that turns this sneaker into cushioning heaven. Built with a textile upper and synthetic overlays, the black and white silhouette is round off by unique branding and contrasting heel and tongue pull.
The Nike ISPA Air Max 720 combines Nike innovation and a Ninja-themed feeling. The technical sneaker from Nike’s improvise, scavenge, protect and adapt thinktank is inspired by the Zoom Turf 96, featuring Nike’s biggest heel Air boasting “Contains High-Pressure Nitrogen” lettering, to cushion every step of yours like a cloud. The eye-catching rubber outsole comes with rubber pods to provide a grippy stand.
Off-season Odell Beckham Jr is a different beast, out there living his life to the fullest, the superstar Wide Receiver gives us his latest take on lifestyle footwear. The Nike Air Max 720 Slip picks up where OBJ left it with his first version of the 720 OBJ. This time Nike leaves off the lacing construction and offers a slip-in version of the layered sneaker featuring a deconstructed, cut-and-sew mixed suede, mesh, and webbing look. The tech-driven sneaker comes with dual straps crisscrossing over your midfoot for stability in this eye-catching silhouette.
Jordan Brand introduces its latest otherworldly Jordan Aerospace 720, this time in partnership with Paris Saint-Germain. The high-top Jordan sneaker offers a PSG and French-like look, adding even more Air underfoot with its 720 Air unit that turns this sneaker into a walking cloud. Built with a textile upper and synthetic overlays, the PSG-approved silhouette is round off by PSG co-branding and an asymmetric red and blue colorway.
What might be a subtle nod to Union’s Air Jordan 1 High, this Air Jordan 1 Mid takes up the color-scheme of the coveted sneaker made by the LA-based boutique. Staying accessible, this mid-cut rendition is made from soft leather and features a multi-colored stitched Swoosh that gives the sneaker its own spin.
It’s a special day for Air Jordan 1 fans when a true OG returns, and in this case, the Air Jordan 1 High '85. To celebrate the 35th anniversary, Jordan Brand flips the OG colorway of white, black and red to a clean and well-matching black and varsity red. The iconic first signature sneaker of Michael Jordan is constructed in premium leather, with the same features when Mike touched the hardwood back in 1985.
The Air Jordan 1 Hi Zoom Air turns to new materials and remakes the iconic Air Jordan 1 into a retooled gem. Built with a lightweight leather and patent leather upper with translucent accents, the high-top Jordan sneaker features an updated cushioning system to offer more bounce to every step.
First, it was the Court Purple Air Jordan 1 High and now the low-top counterpart enters the sneaker stratosphere. The Air Jordan 1 Low ”Court Purple” offers an OG design from 1985 with a new colorway sporting a shiny leather upper with white and black accents that underline the great purple feel of the summery sneaker.