Spring will make you fly with jordan 4 metallic red and wings+horns

Barely a few days after the announcement of the release of the innovative Future craft sneaker, Nike announced a new collaboration with Canadian brand wings+ horns.  This time, Kith and Puma decided to team up to create a new masterpiece of sneaker art. 
 
The companies took inspiration from classic Japanese design and created a new model of sneakers - Puma Tsugi Shinsei. Interestingly, "Tsugi" is Japanese for "next". The jordan 4 metallic red sneaker itself combines classic Japanese style with the innovative development of the ignite foam midsole, a hallmark of some Puma models.
 
The release will include three colors - black, white and olive Kithstrike, which, by the way, will be the most limited and will be released in an edition of 150 pairs. The color of the Tsugi Kithstrike follows the color scheme of the old-school aviator jacket. I want to note that the olive color in combination with the orange sole looks very cool.
 
All three colors will be available for free sale on Friday, April 14 in Kith stores and on the website. The Kithstrike color will retail for $120 and the white and black will retail for $110.
 
This is not their first collaboration, it is worth noting that each release includes not only sneakers, but also a collection of clothes. In our blog, we will take a closer look at which sneaker models will be presented this time. 
 
The collaboration will be based on the NMD R2 and Campus 80 models. The NMD R2 will be available in 2 colors, with the light-colored sneakers using Prime knit technology, and the light gray shoe color matching the main color scheme of the upcoming release. Unfortunately, the dark prime knit model will not be available. 
 
The Campus 80, on the other hand, comes in navy blue with an original take on Nike signature three stripes. 
The entire range will be available April 27 at select Adidas stores at a price not yet announced.
 
 
SUPREME ANNOUNCES COLLABORATION WITH NIKE AND COMME DES GARCONS
 
ust yesterday, Supreme announced a collaboration with Nike and Comme des Garçons. The release will include items, including a boxing logo, and sneakers. We will be interested in the upcoming sneaker release, about which little is known yet.
It is worth noting that earlier releases were carried out with the participation of Timberland, but now Supreme and Comme des
 
Garçons have decided to move on, which came as a surprise to many.
 
The collaboration will be based on the Nike Air Force 1 low in white with an eye pattern towards the back of the shoe. The release will remain true to the classic model of this line, only the pattern will change, which is made in the style of a Japanese company.
Unfortunately, the sneakers will be released in May, while the rest of the collection will be available from April 13th. The expected price of the sneakers is $180, so mark May in red on your calendar.
 
This time, Kith and Puma decided to team up to create a new masterpiece of sneaker art.
 
The companies took inspiration from classic Japanese design and created a new model of sneakers - Puma Tsugi Shinsei. Interestingly, "Tsugi" is Japanese for "next". The sneaker itself combines classic Japanese style with the innovative development of the ignite foam midsole, a hallmark of some Puma models.
 
The release will include three colors - black, white and olive jordan 4 metallic red , which, by the way, will be the most limited and will be released in an edition of 150 pairs. The color of the Tsugi Kithstrike follows the color scheme of the old-school aviator jacket. I want to note that the olive color in combination with the orange sole looks very cool.
 
All three colors will be available for free sale on Friday, April 14 in Kith stores and on the website. The Kithstrike color will retail for $120 and the white and black will retail for $110.
 
 
 
Publicado en Fashion en marzo 01 at 09:57
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