Nike Air Max 95 Greedy 2.0 White Black Coming Soon

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Nike Air Max 95 Greedy 2.0 White Black Coming Soon

Nike Air Max 95 Greedy 2.0 White Black is a brand new edition of the legendary Air Max 95 silhouette that follows on from the original Greedy colourway that launched in 2015. A rounded toe box and futuristic lacing system adorn the front of the shoes, while pops of blue, red, green and turquoise showcase the multi-coloured theme here. The concept is to combine multiple great colorways to create one mega-hybrid shoe, and it’s certainly proved to be a success for the Oregon-based brand! The classic AM95 uppers are crafted from a unique blend of synthetics, suedes, leather and mesh to form the athletic look that we all know and love, while Swoosh branding is present in the form of an embroidered mini-Swoosh at the rear.

Cheap 2020 Jordans is the latest colourway of the legendary Ultra Boost silhouette to launch. Three stripe branding is featured across both the lateral and medial sides, while an adidas logo is present at the tongue. First released in 2015, the UB was the first ever Boost model to attract serious attention, especially after Kanye West famously sported a pair during a major public appearance. Since then, the silhouette has gained constant popularity, with the 2020 edition showcasing a refined design. Dressed in grey, pink and baby-blue, this rendition is crafted from Primeknit fabric, offering a versatile and comfortable upper.

New Nike Air Force 1 is set to launch soon, and is a follow-up to the original Animal Instinct Air Jordan that released late last year. The models draw influence from the many textures and patterns of wild animals, creating a beautiful mash-up style look. He’s the man also behind the Air Max 1 and Huarache, and is widely recognised as one of the most influential people in the footwear industry. Since then it’s been the host to many clean colourways and won the hearts of sneakerheads all over the globe. The Air Jordan 3 debuted way back in 1988. It was the first ever Air Jordan silhouette to be designed by Nike’s most coveted designer - Tinker Hatfield.