The Lunar LDV Trail Low represented the fusion of a 1970s runner with a thoroughly modern offroad-ready cushion. From there, it was only natural to stretch the upper and make a full on hiker, as we see here with the model we’d first seen dubbed Nike Lunar LDV Boot. Here it’s been tagged simply ‘Lunar LDV’, but the boot moniker would fit as well, given the additional eyelets and revamped construction that has these feeling more rugged, though apparently still just as light with all the ventilation along their sides and toes. Take a closer look at this colorway that sold out a couple weeks back at NikeStore, then grab one before they’re gone from Kith.
Nike Lunar LDV Boot
Armory Navy/Moon Grey-Dark Armory Blue
The frequency of graphic prints and materials on the Air Max 1 has been “upped” lately as we get a look at a dope “tiger-stripe” colorway of the Air Max 1. It features a mix of blue tones (dubbed Brave) with a clean white midsole and Swoosh and some interesting shoe-laces with a light pinstripe at the center. Unfortunately for the adults, these are a GS release, but for the smaller-footed folks, these are slated to drop this October so take a look below and be sure to see the full Air Max 1 October Preview from earlier today.
Nike Air Max 1 GS
Brave Blue/Summit White-Black-Summit White
Another look at the Air Jordan V “Doernbecher” is upon us, with a clearer view at some interesting details bringing up a number of interesting thoughts surrounding the design. As you know, the Doernbecher Freestyle is a partnership between the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and Nike Inc., in which a select group of young patients are given the opportunity to design a silhouette with the help of a Nike designer. This year’s Air Jordan model (undeniably the “highlight” of the coveted bunch) is the Air Jordan V, and it features a number of great features like a profound message plastered on the upper, the number 9 stitched on the heel, premium inner linings, and what appears to be the initials of the young designer and perhaps a date that honors his eventful life. More views are just below so stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates on this release and the 2013 Doernbecher Freestyle and we’ll keep you up to date with all the solid, confirmed details.
JBF went with the White Python material upgrade while adding some lambskin liners, giving these sporty Jays that ultimate lux look. As a special Labor Day 2013 special treat, JBF has three pairs up for sale right now, so check out the extra photos below and head to his online store to cop yours.
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