The modern classic pictured above offers us a unique opportunity to reflect on the progression of lifestyle sneaker trends in this young century. The Nike Air Woven debuted in 2000 to a market that bought up the first Air Jordan XI ‘Space Jam’ release instantly, but left most of the Woven buying to the Japanese consumers. The look has thrived in a variety of applications in that foward-looking fashion culture, and while we’ve seen a definite trend toward traditional casual styles in recent years, the combination of the Woven’s gradually accumulating appearances and American sneakerheads’ growing desire to push their boundaries has these sitting in a sweet spot for the summer. They’ll also have a go of it in the Euro zone soon, this six-pack of new colorups crafted in honor of the upcoming Euro Cup 2012 set to hit select retailers like SOPH. on March 31st. via EK
So, the reds are obviously Spain, the black/yellow/red are ze Germans, white/red is England and the red/white/blues can pull double duty for both the Netherlands and France but what are the black/whites and pink/blue/green/white/blacks supposed to be?