March 29, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
We see plenty of Air Max retros from Nike Sportswear and they’ve even started to expand the offerings into some of the cult classics of yore, but let’s not forget about this model that’s served the game so well over these past six decades. The Nike Cortez debuted in 1968 and has been featured prominently in ’90s mega-hits Forrest Gump and as George Costanza’s sneakers of choice on Seinfeld, and these two new editions bring back the classic suede and nylon sneaker purists have loved for so long. The navy/gold joints have a timeless feel with a brown/pink edition standing out as the more adventurous look. Click through for more of both pairs and stick with Sneaker News for word on the US release date. via Dunk.