Air Max 270, Nike will often find a specific design theme and run with it to use on many of its silhouettes, and right now the Swoosh design team has gravitated towards the use of paisley patterns. After being last seen on “Orange” and “Barley” colorways of the Dunk Low, the graphic treatment is now appearing on this forthcoming Nike SB Dunk Low PRM “Paisley” colorway.Designed after 70s tees, the pair features pops of pink, green, and brown throughout with white Nike Checks on each side. Returning motifs include Nike branding on the heel and tongue.
The uppers of the Nike SB Dunk Low “Paisley” features a multicolor print expressing tones of brown, pink, green and teal.Intricate paisley patterns that usher in accents of pink, burgundy and a muted teal are implemented across the base layer and come contrasted by brown leather piping that outlines the silhouette’s various panels. Solid white accents are also featured on the shoes here via the laces, tumbled leather Swooshes and the branding that atop the tongues and heels. Bottom sections are executed with angelic midsoles and the outsoles are swathed with a gum finish.
Inspired by the popular “Cloud White” makeover, the Kanye West x adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Light Pure Oat is back with another all-white rendition that features the new 350 V2 aesthetic.but features a whiter Primeknit upper that also uses a new pattern. The lateral stripe is also translucent which differs from the “Triple White” pair but share the same Boost cushioned midsole that’s encapsulated with a rear pulltab. The insole also features the Yeezy logo with a globe to signify it was made from sustainable materials which have been a point of emphasis from adidas.A great new design that blends the past with the future of Yeezy kicks.