The “Particle Rose” line
Nike revealed the “Particle Rose” line earlier in 2018, starting with the Air Max 90 LX, 95 and 97 Ultra. The Air Max [url=http://www.schuheclub.net/]nike
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The release date for Virgil Abloh and Nike’s Air Jordan 1 “White” has been adjusted. February 27 was marked as the day when the shoe would arrive but it has since been pushed back. By now, fans are familiar with the classic sneaker which was originally teased at Off-White’s Men’s Paris Fashion Week show. Its all white base is accented with light blue hints to complement the deconstructed form. Abloh’s signature orange detailing can also be found on the outside lateral instead of the hangtag.
Europe dwellers will be able to purchase the $190 USD pair on March 3 via the SNKRS app. There’s no confirmation on a global rollout but hopefully it takes place shortly after. In other Off-White news, Abloh and Takashi Murakami have finally opened the doors to their “Future History” exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery.
This vibrant sneaker has a full suede and leather upper, all cloaked in the golden hue. Tonal stitching and laces complete the look, and even the branding on the tongue and heel and the miniature Swoosh see a yellow update. Rounding out the look is a crisp white midsole encasing visible Air Max [url=http://www.schuheclub.net/]nike
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The Air Max 98 has been getting a lot of attention lately so Nike has finally decided to show the Air Max 97 some love too. The archival silhouette arrives in a brilliant orange hue that is accented with reddish tones throughout the upper. This color also covers the Air Max unit which is sandwiched between a clean white midsole and black outsole. To further add to its appeal, glow-in-the-dark racing stripes are trailed around the top, giving off an orange light.