Nike Adapt Auto Max Motherboard is the latest model in Nike’s ever-expanding stream of self-lacing sneakers. The Adapt Auto Max launched earlier this year as the first-ever self-lacing pair to showcase Air Max technology, and it’s safe to say that they launched to great success! This time around the pair are treated to a clean grey and orange colorway that will no doubt attract similar amounts of attention. Range-specific branding is featured at the tongue and heel, with a pull tab and extra cushioning present at the ankle. The upper here showcases a futuristic and streamlined look, with a one-piece main body proudly displaying the Nike Swoosh logo.
2020 Jordan Sneaker is one of two brand-new silhouettes to be unveiled as part of the ongoing collaboration between adidas originals and Parley for the Oceans. Branding is kept subtle here, with tonal-black three stripes barely visible alongside the embroidered logo on the tongue. The duo have been working together since 2016 and focus on creating sustainable sneakers by using Parley’s signature recycled ocean fabric materials. This time around, the Ultra Boost DNA is the model of choice, with it’s signature uncaged upper crafted entirely from signature Parley fabric, with the instantly-recognisable turquoise stripes running across the shoe’s entirety.
New Nike Air Force 1 is the latest rendition of Nike’s latest silhouette. The AM2090 is inspired by the Air Max 90, one of the most legendary silhouettes of all time. Nike branding comes in the form of an outline Swoosh logo, and range specific branding at the tongue and heel. Originally marketed as a lifestyle silhouette, the AM90 holds a special place in the heart of many sneakerheads, so it only made sense for Nike to honour it once more. The majority of the shoe is semi-translucent, allowing the look of the pair to change depending on what socks are worn underneath. The uppers here are crafted from a unique blend of technical mesh, leathers and synthetics for an unmistakable look.