Air Max 270, With the Winter all but over, Nike is making preparations for the season ahead as they continue to add to their already sizable “Sprung” collection.Nike’s latest sustainability series, the “Air Spung” collection, has certainly taken an otherwise serious agenda into something significantly more playful. Like their Happy Pineapple pack that hammed up the collection’s usage of recycled fruit fibers, this pack also plays on a key theme: rebirth. Atop the Air Max 97 yet again, the brand is displaying lovable critters, modified branding, and a colorway emblematic of Spring.
This take on the Nike Air Max 97 features contrast stitching across its side.this pair brings a little Sean Wotherspoon flavor with greys, yellows, blues, and pinks all present across its multi-material uppers. It’s fitted with pack-specific motifs, including Swoosh-smiling caterpillars, reborn butterflies, and the collection’s signature mushroom man on the insole and outsole.Taking something that was once used for another purpose, popping in the cocoon, and out comes a beautiful butterfly is exactly what Nike does with their recycled materials.
One of the few YEEZY footwear models that don’t feature BOOST cushioning, the Yeezy Boost 450 boasts the most provoking sneaker design currently available on the market primarily for its molded midsole that has been often compared to prehistoric fossils. It houses an stretch knit bootie that locks in with thick rope laces, but given the elasticity of the uppers, going sans-lace is entirely feasible.This brand new colorway of the compelling adidas Yeezy 450 model features a monochromatic yellowish-green dubbed the “Resin”, keeping with Ye’s penchant for neutral hues found in natural settings and landscapes.

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