This Stussy x Nike Air Force 1 Low features the same hemp construction with leather sockliner as the previously leaked “Fossil Stone,” along with the same Double S logo embroidery on the toe box.Despite the looming pandemic, Stussy has remained productive throughout the entire year, the streetwear legends continuing their partnership with Nike by way of the Zoom Spiridon, Kukini hybrid, and soon the Air Force 1. From forefoot to heel, the panels are fully saturated in the neutral dye, coloring in the dual-embroidered swooshes and tongue-placed embellishments alongside. Even the laces, tongue, and sole are treated to match, though the same cannot be said from the branded tab along the front and metallic emblem stamped onto the heel.
A two-part homage, the “Bruce Lee” visually honors the athlete’s love of the martial arts master. First released in 2010, the Nike Kobe 5 Protro Bruce Lee leads with its black and yellow scheme, one that pays homage to the Game of Death star’s signature yellow jumpsuit. it comes with Red scratch marks on the lateral side which is for the fight scene in the movie ‘Enter the Dragon’.The “Alternate” follows a very similar execution, though it flips the black for white and applies a dark, polished black adjacent at the toe box and mid-panel; small bits of yellow do appear at the heel tab, while the smaller, symbolic details are left intact and as they were originally.
The Nike Hyperdunk X University Red White needs no gimmicks to stand out. Its dynamic lacing system keeps your foot snug and secure.The shoe features several familiar design and functional cues from previous models such as Zoom Air cushioning in the heel and forefoot, a lightweight mesh upper, inner bootie, and a high peak at the ankle for protection. New to the Hyperdunk 10 is the wider lacing structure that provides additional lock-down with Flywire.