Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci Teams up with Nike for his own Air Force 1 Collection. The Low, Mid, High and Boot builds aim to transcend city, style and gender, as Tisci believes the Air Force 1 already does. “The shoe is universal yet somehow very personal,” Tisci told Telegraph. “I travel all over the world, and I see people wearing the Air Force 1, and they wear it in so many different ways. And so I was thinking, what is the essence of the Air Force 1? And how do I take that essence and make my own statement? For me the Air Force 1 is not about gender, it’s not about a particular city, nor is it about a certain style. The community decides. It’s democratic. It’s love.”
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Air Max Day just passed but its not to late to get in on the festivities. We just received two new colors in the Air Max Light. Military Blue and Light Crimson. Available now at Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, and Online.
The Kobe IX Elite is getting back to back color way renditions. This time in a combination of court purple and laser orange throughout the entire sneaker, this rendition of the Kobe 9 silhouette is sure to grab the attention of Lakers fans. Available at Costa Mesa, Los Angeles, and San Diego Tomorrow 4/12.
Nike Sportswear are going strong with their Air Max. This new red gum essential features a tonal mesh and soft suede overlays combined with contrasting white Swoosh branding, as well as branding at the heel and tongue, for a sharp and clean look. Available at Costa Mesa, San Diego, Los Angeles and Online Now.
Nike Sportswear introduces its Nike Air Python silhouette in a new “Cool Grey” colorway. Being the SP model, the sneaker’s upper is constructed of full-grain leather and has been debossed with a snakeskin pattern similar to that of the brand’s previously released variants. In addition, 3M reflective accents at the tongue and heel once again provide a touch of contrast. Available Saturday 4/12 Instore. Online 9AM PST.