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Originally released in 2012, the Nike Dunk High “Black/Varsity Maize” will be returning during the 2020 holiday season.The hightop silhouette taps into a classic colorway from the archives as the Nike Dunk High in Black/Varsity Maize is returning.Nike Dunk High SP Dressed in a Black and Varsity Maize color scheme.The colorway, which made its initial appearance in 2012, was dressed in all leather as the black and yellow contrast popped well on the silhouette. This Nike Dunk High looks similar as the original featuring a Black leather base with Yellow tumbled leather overlays atop a matching rubber outsole.The 2020 rendition, however, will incorporate a white midsole instead for a cleaner look.Finishing off the design is a White midsole instead of Black that was used on the 2012 pair.
New Drop Jordans is getting ready to release a few new “What The” colorways of Kyrie Irving’s latest Kybrid S2 shoe that includes design elements from previous Kyrie models like the 4, 5, and 6.This Kybrid “What The” mixes up designs from some of your favorite Kyries; the Kyrie 4 ‘AS’, Kyrie 5 ‘Taco PE’, ‘Have a Nike Day’ and more.One of those includes this upcoming offering of the Nike Kybrid S2 also referenced as the Kyrie S2 Hybrid.By pulling in so many details that speak to his eclectic personality, this shoe is a true representation of Kryie’s interests, inspirations and introspections.While the exact inspiration behind this design has yet to be revealed, the model is covered in graphic prints and patterns from previous Nike Kyrie releases.
Jordan Brand will be releasing an upcoming Air Jordan 4 in 2021 that comes in a very familiar color blocking.The Air Jordan 4 released in 1989 and ushered in a new wave of performance as Tinker Hatfield modified the Jordan signature shoe line.This time around, it won’t be for a collaboration, but for a new colorway that may suggest a return of the “White/Cement” makeup.Air Jordan 4 “White/Cement” Dressed in a mix of White, Tech Grey, Black, and Fire Red.Jordan’s fourth signature shoe featured a mesh side panel, a wing lace structure, and an extended heel tab that was amplified the details introduced in the Air Jordan 3.The classical rendition last launched during NBA All-Star weekend back in 2016, and has since increased in value on the resell market at a rather slower pace as it currently sits between the $450-575 range.No leaked photos have surfaced, but the color description of this release matches the recent 2016 “White Cement” Air Jordan 4, but it remains unconfirmed whether or not it will be a return of the original or an alternate color blocking.