The big year for the Nike Air More Uptempo retro continues with an all-new color block for the notoriously bold sneaker dropping this fall. Of course, no new look is more of an extreme makeover than the “Suptempo” version, but this new “Tri-color” rendition is the first time we’ve ever seen the shoe split into three distinct blocks of color with black for the “A” secion, grey for the “I” section, and white for the “R” and toe.Previewed here in the Gradeschool sizing, you can expect both men’s and kid’s sizes to drop on August 12 at select Nike Sportswear retailers and .
The most finely tuned Air units of the 1990s and 2010s come together in this impressive custom by Maggi, who took the Air Max Plus “Swimming Pool” upper, colored it purple, and added a whited-out Vapormax Air unit to give this hybrid a mouth-watering look. There’s a bit more to this custom pair of Nikes; the Vapormax TN was actually the winning design of a custom sneaker competition held by Moscow-based sneaker shopSneakerhead.ru, which featured four sneaker “influencers” of the area submitting their own Vapormax-based designs. This idea was the brainchild of Slava Gee, with the actual shoe executed by sneaker customizer Maggi. Impressed? Then you’re probably stoked for Nike’s own version of the Vapormax TN.
After bringing back some OG colorways, all-new looks, and even a unique makeover compliments of Pigalle, it looks like the big year for the Nike Air Shake Ndestrukt will continue this fall. The classic Dennis Rodman sneaker from 1996 arrives in two all-new colorways, including one that is actually only new to the Air Shake. Every one should instantly recognize the classic “Cool Grey” color scheme, which the Shake borrows from another 1996 hoops model, the Air Jordan 11.The “Cool Grey” Air Shake even features patent leather, but only at the heel instead of wrapping the complete shoe like the Air Jordan 11. Along with the familiar look on the shoe, it also receives the on-trend olive green shade (officially Dark Stucco) accented with black.Both new colorways for the Air Shake Ndestrukt can be expected at select retailers and Nike.com this fall. Stick with Sneaker News for exact release dates.