by Alex Mullins

This Week's Sneaker Drops

This Week's Sneaker Drops
This Week's Sneaker Drops

We're set for another cracking week of launches in the sneaker world, take a closer look at what's dropping this week!

Nike Terminator Low Michigan In Gold/Navy

Untouched, unaltered and straight from the vault—you get the picture. The Terminator Low lets you step back to the era of hook shots, knee pads and calf-high socks. Pulling inspiration from the "Be True To Your School" ad campaign (and 1 of the 7 original colourways released in '85), it ups your game with spirited team colours. Crisp leather keeps your look smoother than backboard glass and retro branding delivers a big varsity finish. It's game time!

Style: FJ4206-700 | Release Date: 13th June

 

 

Nike Acg Watercat+ Phantom

Phantom/Light Orewood Brown-Summit White-Dark Russet

These cats aren't afraid to get wet. Preferring to spend more time splashing than not, the quick-drying Watercat+ takes you to the water's edge and across to the other side. Born out of our long history of woven shoes, the minimalist upper is crafted with non-wicking cords for lightweight breathability. We kept the quick-entry lacing system from the original while improving the shoe's overall fit and structure to help you stay comfortable on long river days.

Style; CZ0931-002 | Release Date: 12th June

 

Nike X Stussy Vandal High Deep Royal Blue

Stüssy's take on our '84 design looks to the golden era of Nike's history. Casual hemp and an embroidered Swoosh showcase the brand's laid-back design ethos and attention to detail. The Deep Royal Blue colourway and exposed foam tongue pair bold hues with vintage vibes. Stüssy's globally recognised wordmark and a Stüssy 8-Ball on the tongue tag bring in some signature touches to finish the look.

Style: DX5425-400 | Release Date : 15th June

NIKE AIR MAX 1 ’86 LOST SKETCH

Light Smoke Grey/Diffused Blue/Indigo Haze

Style Code: DV7525-001

Lost and found. Open the vault. Make "what if?" a reality. Pulling details from a long-lost notebook, this Air Max 1 brings one of Tinker Hatfield's early drawings to life for the first time. Originally conceived in '86, the design brings history into the now with a worn aesthetic on the leather overlays and aged midsole. Safari print on the mudguard and a 'hand-drawn' graphic above the Nike Air window round out the story of pulling pages from the history books, while shades of purple and blue mix with Light Smoke Grey for a colourway that's a dream come true.

Style: DV7525-001 | Release Date: 16th June

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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