Jordans</a>, As the previously revealed "Banned" homage is indicative of, the Air Jordan 1 Mid relies heavily on a pre-established legacy, most releases carried quite heavily by their resemblance to OGs and equally noteworthy modern offerings. This offering of the mid-top Air Jordan 1 features a Grey and Black leather upper similar to the OG "Shadow" Jordan 1. Added Hot Pink accents on the collar, Swooshes, tongue, and insole branding atop a White midsole and Black rubber outsole completes the design. Dark grey shades dress the toe box, eye stay, and heel, each paired with black leathers adjacent to overtly nod to the past — something achievable if not for the hot pink that accents atop the swoosh, ankle, and jumpman insignia.
Release 2020</a>, Berlin's Civilist Skateshop will be releasing their very own Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration this year. The Civilist SB Dunk Low features a Black heat-activated upper with hidden thermal imaging in multicolored tones when exposed to heat, and turns back Black when exposed to cold. Civilist label on the lateral atop a White midsole and Black rubber outsole with graphic insoles completes the design.
The Sneaker</a>, Perfect for Valentine's Day, this Nike SB Dunk Low comes dressed in an Atomic Pink and University Red color scheme. No leaked photos have surfaced, but this SB Dunk Low is expected to feature a Pink upper with Red overlays, leather Swooshes atop a White midsole and Pink rubber outsole. Rumored to be 1 of 40 in existence, this Air Jordan 1 continues the trend of faux exotics but in the Navy, Light Blue, and Yellow colors of Marquette University. As with the other pairs, the pair is made up of cracked leather, faux croc, and faux stingray leathers.