One of the big catalysts of the sneakerhead/collector craze in the very early 2000s was the Dunk Low, the shorter brother of the Dunk High. While the High was recognized as the representative of the original Dunks, the Low is what kept sneakerheads searching through Niketalk and eBay, simply because Nike was putting out some hot GR goodness. Today Nike revealed three co.jp iterations of the Dunk Low inspired by past collaborations with Japanese sneaker boutiques, conjuring up the fun memories of almost two decades ago, so here’s a quick rundown of the best Dunk Low iterations ever. Fat tongues and unreleased samples need not apply.
Classics like the Air Max 90 will always live on, so why not experiment a little? Nike has been doing just that for years, remixing the icons with new soles and uppers, and arriving in stores now is the latest refresher of the Air Max 90 briefly called the SE model. It features the same base silhouette and construction, but with a unique color-blocking on the upper that blends in with the lines and curves of Tinker’s original design. This new white/grey colorway has just hit stores like Sneaker Politics and is slated to hit Nike.com in the near feature, so grab a detailed look below.
Has LeBron James met his match in Kawhi Leonard? The Spurs MVP candidate battled the Cavaliers, scoring a career-high 41 points in an overtime victory against LeBron and company on Saturday night, but what really caught our eye was the latest LeBron 14 PE. LeBron’s taken a liking to grey and maroon themed exclusives in the early goings of the Nike LeBron 14 unveiling, as you can see a similar option against the Portland Trailblazers here.