With plans for NBA All-Star Weekend 2020 finally behind them, Nike and Jordan Brand are diverting a chunk of their attention away from performance basketball – at least for now. The upcoming Travis Scott SB Dunk Low is old news to most, but OG and new Dunk Low fans alike were given a “Syracuse” colorway to look forward to, courtesy of Don C. The Chicago-native, who worked on an Air Force 1 and KD 12 for All-Star Weekend, also teased Andre Agassi’s Air Tech Challenge 2 via Instagram Stories; Though little is known about the release, the tennis model has flipped its original eye-catching arrangement in an equally impressive scheme dubbed “Black Lava.” Heavy dark ensembles appeared on other Swoosh-branded footwear. The Air Max Tailwind V emerged in “Iron Grey” and “Medium Olive” slated to drop this Spring after being archived for 20 years; a first-look at the Air Jordan 1-inspired KD 13 suggests that the currently-recovering forward will keep things simple in a Brooklyn Nets palette; Jerry Lorenzo revealed that his looming two-tone Air Fear Of God 1 was heavily inspired by Allen Iverson’s Reebok Question; and images of a triple-black version of the Supreme Air Force 1 Low brought further criticism to the iconic streetwear brand. For all this and much more, check out our top thirteen headlines from February 8th to February 14th here ahead.
Supreme Officially Reveals Upcoming Air Force 1 Release
“Triple-Black” joins “Triple-White,” both rumored to drop Spring 2020.
First Look At The Nike KD 13
Not too dissimilar from its predecessor.
The Nike Air Max Tailwind V Makes Its First Appearance In 20 Years
Where were you in 2000?
Nike Is Dropping Dunk Lows In Original “Be True” College Colorways
Skate shops in Australia will receive first pairs.
The Nike Air Tech Challenge II Appears In A “Black Lava” Flip Of The Original
The ’80s vibes are still intact.
The Nike Air Fear Of God 1 “The Question” Draws Heavy Inspiration From Allen Iverson
Revealed via a lookbook that recreates some of “The Answer’s” most iconic visuals.
Upcoming Air Jordan 2 Remembers Michael Jordan’s Earliest Rivals
The women-exclusive nods to the Boston Celtics, New York Knicks and more.
This Air Jordan 1 Mid For Milan Honors The City’s Architecture
First releasing at Italy’s One Block Down next week, followed by a global launch at the end of February.
fragment design And Moncler Team Up For A Converse Chuck 70 Collaboration
An interesting three-way collaboration.
Jordan Brand Continues Its Futurist Approach With The Meta-Morph Utility
What hasn’t the Air Jordan 1 seen or done yet?
Best Look Yet At Travis Scott’s Nike SB Dunk Low Collaboration
Dropping on Leap Year Day.