May 3, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 19
Japanese sneakerheads in particular and fashion-forward folks in general jumped on the Footscape bandwagon around the turn of the century, that offset-laced instant classic still producing new variations to satisfy the demand to this day. But they weren’t the first Swooshed sneakers with asymmetrically aligned shoelaces, nor will they be the last to have a Nike Sportswear remix, as Dennis Rodman’s signatures from the Chicago Bulls’ legendary 72-win ’95-96 campaign. The Nike Air Max Shake Evolve reprises Rodman’s Ndestrukt with an upgraded 180-degree Max Air unit and a Chicago-style ballistic nylon quilt that might have you thinking of the other end of the Bulls’ second threepeat. Check them out up close below, then grab yours from an NSW store like Wish or on eBay.
Nike Air Max Shake Evolve
Black/Dark Grey-Varsity Red
I'm having a conflict with the laces-- its one time i look at the pictures and I like them, other times I think the laces would just be better off black
NSW are on fire this year. Their releases have not only smashed other Nike labels, but they've stayed under the radar and anyone who wants em can cop with no problem. I'm loving it.
Not bad, probably good for ballin. But I much rather have the original shakes though. I don't need the cheesy updates on my classics.