8 Fire Pairs You Need To Add To The Rotation

8 Fire Pairs You Need To Add To The Rotation

Jordan 3 J Balvin Medellin Sunset

The J Balvin x Air Jordan 3 Retro 'Medellín Sunset' reunites the creative partners on a tropical colorway of the iconic silhouette. Inspired by the breathtaking sunsets of J Balvin’s hometown of Medellin, Colombia, this special-edition AJ3 sports an ivory-colored leather upper with tonal elephant print overlays at the forefoot and heel. A gradient blend of yellow, orange, and dark purple lands on the rear midsole and molded back tab, featuring mismatched Nike branding on the left shoe and J Balvin’s smiley face icon on the right. An embroidered gold Jumpman graces the tongue. Undergirding the sneaker is a blue-tinged translucent rubber outsole.

Jordan 4 Retro Red Cement

This Air Jordan 4 Retro Red Cement pair boasts the same white leather upper as the previously released “White Cement”, but instead of the grey accents, we see bright red details on the midsole and infamous wings that wrap around the midfoot. Finishing off the smooth upper are pops of black on the midsole, lace loops, and inner lining, resulting in a cool contrast that makes this a very wearable pair and an easy addition to the daily rotation.

Jordan 4 Retro Frozen Moments (W)

The Jordan 4 is one of the most popular silhouettes within the Jordan line, having dropped in a wide variety of colourways since its original 1989 release. The latest 'Air Jordan 4 Frozen Moments' iteration sports a cool and collected grey suede and leather upper, whilst metallic silver accents feature on the lace loops and infamous wings detailing.

Jordan 4 Retro University Blue

The Jordan 4 Retro University Blue sneakers reference Jordan’s time at the University of North Carolina. The sneaker features a classic Jordan 4 textured design by blending mesh, suede, and synthetic materials in shades of blue, tech grey, and black. We have just restocked select men’s sizes in these and know they are a popular option and desired pair for many sneakerheads.

Nike Air Max 95 Reverse Neon

When it comes to the Nike Air Max 95, the use of neon colouring is nothing new. The latest "Reverse Neon" iteration draws inspiration from the beloved OG iteration that has become so significant in the sneaker world. The recently released pair opts for a dark gradient upper of grey and black tones, whilst neon pops appear on the lace loops, mini swoosh, and air units running through the full midsole. 

Nike Air Max 95 Hyper Turqouise

The Nike Air Max 95 "Hyper Turquoise" is the perfect combination of classic style and modern innovation. Featuring contemporary Nike Air Max technology, this pair is both comfortable and stylish, sporting a slick gradient grey upper keeping in fashion with the traditional Air Max 95 aesthetic. The details lie in the hyper turquoise accents dressing the lace loops, mini swoosh, and Air Units, adding a clean pop of colour that is sure to prove a hit.

Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog

With the recent resurgence of dunks on the sneaker scene in 2020, Nike has been pumping out the colourways non-stop, the Nike Dunk Low Grey Fog is not one to be missed. Nike has kept it simple with its easy-on-the-eye colour blocking, with the white underlays perfectly contrasting the grey panels on the premium leather upper.

Nike SB Dunk Low Yuto Horigome

Regarded as one of the best skaters in the world, Yuto Horigome began skating when he was 7 years old and was the first ever skater to strike gold at the Olympic Games in 2020. It's not unfair to say that the 24-year-old knows his way around a skatepark, and upon seeing his collaborative effort with Nike, he knows how to design a shoe as well. Keeping things simple, the Nike SB Dunk Low Yuto Horigome sports a white leather base with grey overlays and tasteful hits of brown suede, finished off with an olive swoosh and Yuto Horigome's signature cross-feather logo stitched on the rear heel.

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