Air Max 270, Timeless designs, whether clothing or sneakers, are rarely ever the loudest in the pack. If you look back at the Jumpman’s most beloved OG colorways, few stretch beyond more than three shades; as a result, many of these — like the “Chicago” and “Royal” — continue to inspire droves of subsequent offerings. The Air Jordan 5 “Racer Blue” is but one of the newest in line, and it’s likely to age extremely well over time. Save the Nike Air branding in the back, its entire upper is a carbon copy of the OG Black Metallic, though its red accents have been swapped out for the titular blue hue.
The Air Jordan 5 Racer Blue adds color-popped accents to a stealthy colorway of the venerable 1990 silhouette, designed by Tinker Hatfield and introduced to the world by Mars Blackmon.this retro-inspired pair has a silver mesh side panel that nicely complements the grey TPU lace guards. Modernising the Tinker Hatfield creation is a black nubuck-clad upper and pops of the titular Race Blue in the lace lock, tongue and midsole. This Air Jordan 5 is finished with icy touches in the tongue and outsole. Simple yet bold, this one-of-a-kind shoe is the epitome of a must-have.
This adidas Yeezy 500 Blush features a suede upper construction, stitching, laces, and a bulky adiPRENE sole which are all dipped in a "Blush" colorway. Previously called the Desert Rat, this silhouette has a bold look with a subtle colorway.Initially released in February 2018 as a limited pre-order in New York and Los Angeles, the Yeezy 500 ‘Blush’ underwent a general release in April 2018. Its moniker is a fitting one, as the monochromatic light taupe finish barely registers as a color. The subdued palette is contrasted by a bold silhouette, featuring a paneled mesh and suede upper combined with a hefty midsole reminiscent of adidas’ Feet You Wear' technology of the 1990s.