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The 2021 reissue of the Nike Dunk Low SP ‘UNLV’ revives one of the original colorways of the 1985 ‘Be True to Your School’ series, albeit in low-top form. The sneaker is rendered in the signature colors of the University of Las Vegas, highlighted by a neutral grey leather base with contrasting University Red overlays. A padded collar and breathable nylon tongue combine for a comfortable fit, the latter accented with a woven Nike tag in the same grey and red color scheme.
Known for their iconic collabs, once again Kanye West and adidas had brewed up more sneaker collection heat with the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Black Red. Showing "Pirate Black" flashes, these come with a core black upper and sole that has a core red "SPLY-350" branding on both sides.
From high-profile collaborations to retro-inspired colourways, the Dunk has been busy making headline appearances in 2020—and we're extending the celebration by reviving the storied style in a refreshed form, bearing the imprint of Virgil Abloh and his Off-White™️. Virgil has never shied away from showing love for the understated, time-tested silhouette, and now he's helping redefine its presence by literally adding new layers to the design, inspired by the aesthetic of the Air Pegasus line, and paying ode to the exemplary style of skateboarding through the years.
Supreme and Nike came together yet again for their seasonal sneaker collaboration. This time, the two brands partnered on the Air Max Plus, a sneaker considered a cult classic in major cities globally, like Paris, London, New York, and even Sydney. Originally debuted in 1998, Supreme added new design elements that take the sneaker out of its traditional mold. The Nike Air Max Plus Supreme Green is loud and vibrant – matching the pedigree of past Supreme Nike collaborations. The Green pair puts into good use the unique curvature of the TPU on the upper. The skateboarding brand morphed this material to spell out “SUPREME”, adding hidden-in-plain-sight branding to the model. From there, the TPU shows off a gradient of blue and orange on the green pair, giving a flame-like element to the sneaker.