The Air Jordan 12 “Playoffs” will be returning in 2022 in celebration of its 25th Anniversary. Air Jordan 12 Game Royal Black Blue ,It earned its nickname from Micheal Jordan debuting them during the 1997 NBA playoffs.Most sneaker fans remember this style being worn by MJ throughout the ‘97 NBA Playoffs, which was the same year that the pair first released. It was later retroed in ‘04 and ‘12. Note that the above image is the ‘12 release of the shoe as photos of the upcoming version have yet to leak.Originally released in 1997, the Air Jordan 12 “Playoffs” have been retroed in 2004 and 2012, with a low top silhouette dropping in 2017. In 2022, it will be 10 years since we last saw the beloved colorway available for retail.The top two lacing eyelets are metal, and even feature a small Jumpman logo on them. It’s the little things that make a difference, and sell the shoe. The Air Jordan 12 (XII) also has some history behind it, as it was by the Nisshoki, which is the Japanese rising sun flag, as well as a 19th century womens dress boot.Dressed in a Black, White, and True Red color scheme. This “Playoffs” edition of the Air Jordan 12 will come constructed in original form featuring a Black leather upper with White appearing on the mudguard, midsole, and rubber outsole. Other details includes Metallic Silver upper eyelets and Red covering the branded areas.Make sure sure to stay tuned to thenewairforce1.com for updates and more of the latest daily sneaker news.
The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt appears in a new “Cactus Flower” colorway releasing for the summer season.The Swoosh’s women audience is in for a treat soon, with a Dunk Low Disrupt channeling a bright “Cactus Flower” makeup to keep the low top model’s momentum going as we head into the latter half of the year.Nike Dunk Low Disrupt “Cactus Flower”Dressed in a White and Cactus Flower color scheme. This Dunk Low Disrupt comes constructed with a mix of smooth and tumbled leather featuring a White base with Cactus Flower overlays, Swooshes, heel pull tabs, and rubber outsole.a white smooth leather base is obstructed by exaggerated pebbled leather overlays in a purple shade dubbed “Cactus Flower.” Cactus Flower is also applied to the smooth leather profile Swooshes, the tongue label, and the inside to further offset the stark white. Unlike its predecessor, the Disrupt sees an exposed foam tongue design that contributes to a deconstructed aesthetic. Its signature padded tongue atop a White platform midsole completes the design.
Following the Sacai x Nike Blazer Mid collab back in 2019, both Sacai and Nike will be releasing another Blazer project, this time focused around the low-top silhouette.Having already delivered a slew of iterations of their double-stacked Blazers and LD Waffles, the fashion house already has a few more sneakers in the works, including the upcoming range of Vapor Waffles and a co-collaboration with Fragment Design on the LD Waffle. And even further into the future, the brand will be revisiting the Nike Blazer for two new Low options in 2021.Layered rubber sidewalls reinforce the layered look the sacai x Nike collaborations have been known for the past few years. Unlike the Mids, the sacai x Blazer Lows utilize an exposed sockliner to match the look seen on the double tongues.They’re are two Nike Blazer Low colorways scheduled to release, one dressed in “Medium Grey/Classic Green-White” and the other in a “White/Magma Orange-White” makeup. Both pairs feature double laces, tongues, Swooshes, and foxing.Sacai x Nike Blazer Low collaborations will arrive in two options first up, with one sporting a mix of “Medium Grey/Classic Green-White” and the other in “White/Magma Orange-White” — both of which are expected to arrive in like-styling to the high, with a slew of double layering, dual tongues, and mashed-up midsoles.