Although all-white sneakers won’t be going out of style anytime soon, the beige sneaker trend has yielded some picks that demonstrate paralleled versatility. The New Air Force 1 Shadow “Coconut Milk” is an upcoming women’s exclusive that serves as a trendy take on the triple-white Air Force 1 via an off-white color palette and off-center overlays. The pair opts for a tonal approach that revolves around a cream shade dubbed “Coconut Milk.” While the smooth leather uppers are doused in this color, the overlapping heel tab and pebbled leather Swoosh are tinted in Desert Sand, a less saturated version of the aforementioned tan. To further carry out the tonal look, the laces and sole are in Sail instead of white, which hasn’t been seen on most already-released styles. The silver AF1 lace dubrae piece has even been swapped out for one that matches the color scheme to complete the sleek monochromatic design.
Sneakers2090 With March 26th marking the eighth overall Air Max Day observance since its founding in 2014, you can certainly expect a lot of hot drops and surprises from the Swoosh today as they continue their “Max”-imum efforts to make Air bubbles the hot accessory of the season. And surprise they did, as the brand and Travis Scott have officially leaked their next collaboration – the Travis Scott Air Max 1. Revealed through a series of short flicks on the SNKRS App, this upcoming release captures that familiar Travis Scott essence made up by brown, earthy tones, thick rope laces, and a circus-like “Cactus Jack” banner on what appears to be the heel. Overall, it doesn’t sound much different from the Travis Scott Air Max 270 \React, but we suspect it’ll look entirely different. While no release information has been displayed, the final frame of the video reads “Stay Tuned for more details on the Nike x Travis Scott Air Max 1, including availability and release information”.
Cadysneaker,As Kyrie Irving further cements himself among NBA greatness, the Brooklyn Nets guard has (unofficially) shared looks at his all-new Nike Kyrie Low 4. Alongside a colorful pair meant to #KeepSueFresh, Irving’s latest basketball sneaker has emerged in a simple “Black/Metallic Gold/White” colorway reminiscent of a certain Nike SB option from 2003. Although the Swoosh’s skateboarding imprint has seen an influx of attention over the last two years, Irving had been supporting the sub-label before then. Always rotating an SB Dunk Low in his wardrobe as seen via pre-game outfits, the 29-year-old has ostensibly been inspired by Takashi Hosokawa’s “Silver Box” era design. While straightforward, the muted option features “Metallic Gold” profile swooshes that the latest Kyrie Low 4 has potentially borrowed. Suedes are replaced with a ballistic nylon upper accompanied by molded overlays, but these components indulge in greyscale aesthetic like the “Takashi” SB Dunk. Underfoot, chiseled midsoles opt into a “White” makeup, while herringbone-like tread reverts to a “Black” color.https://www.cadysneaker.com