The Nike Killshot OG Gets A Clean “Grey Fog” Upgrade

The Nike Killshot OG Gets A Clean “Grey Fog” Upgrade

Thanks to the support of J.Crew, the Nike Killshot has become a veritable menswear icon, the shoes outfitting many an enthusiast worldwide. And upon word of the retailer announcing bankruptcy, Nike brought back the silhouette’s OG shape in a number of classic, retro-inspired colorways. Now, in 2021, they’re doings so yet again with a new run of releases, this pair here adapting a fittingly simple “Grey Fog” arrangement.

Like that of past’s bests, this scheme features the signature two-toned aesthetic, with the mesh underlayer grounding the overall palette in shades of a natural cream. Overlaid, panels of suede and leather contrast by a slight margin as they hue a very light grey. This can be found on the eye stays and counter as well as the Swoosh and heel tab. Soles, in contrast to all of the above save for the laces, then rounds off the construction with white-dressed textures.

Grab a detailed look at this low profile tennis staple here and expect to see it in Asia on January 15th. A release stateside should follow at select retailers and Nike.com.

In other news, have you seen the El Camino Blazer Low GT?

Nike Killshot Og Grey Fog Dc7627 103 1

Nike Killshot Og Grey Fog Dc7627 103 3

Nike Killshot Og Grey Fog Dc7627 103 4

Nike Killshot Og Grey Fog Dc7627 103 6

Nike Killshot Og Grey Fog Dc7627 103 2

Latest News

The ASICS GEL-Kayano 14 Embraces Urban Life In "Metropolis"

The ASICS GEL-Kayano didn’t become the Japanese brand’s “it” sneaker by turning its nose up at trendy colorways. No, the chomed-out aesthetics that dominate Instagram...

by Matt Varga 16 hours

The Nike SB Force 58 Keeps It Simple In "Light Smoke Grey/Burgundy"

The Nike SB catalog is the most diverse it’s been in decades. Mainstays like the Blazer, Janoski, and Dunk Low are alive and well, new...

by Andrew Rizzo 18 hours

“Semi Burst Blue” Takes Over The adidas Samba LT

The indomitable run of the adidas Samba is emblematic of the lifestyle shift taking over the footwear industry. With the essentially printing money for the...

by Matt Varga 20 hours