The Nike Cortez Makes Another Contribution To The “NAI-KE” Collection

Like past releases, these will likely be exclusive to Asia.

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Now that Edison Chen has severed his ties with the Swoosh, it’s up to the brand themselves to celebrate Chinese culture. But given the attention they give their “NAI-KE” collection, it’s likely Nike will have no trouble in this regard.

Continuing to expand the collection for Fall/Winter 2023, the Swoosh has just debuted official images of the newest Nike Cortez “NAI-KE.” Building off the design language of previous installments, the pair features woven accents not only along its tongue but also underneath its Swoosh. The pack’s signature branding is then embroidered atop the heel tab and etched subtly along the custom, bamboo-inspired dubrae. Elsewhere, the base construction is much more standard, opting for natural-colored leathers and suede.

Complete with a chalky gum bottom, the newest Nike Cortez “NAI-KE” will likely be available exclusively in Asia. As for when exactly they’ll release, a date has yet to be confirmed; for now, sit tight and stay tuned for updates.

In other news, Year of the Dragon Dunks are in the works.


Nike Cortez "NAIKE"


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