Nike reveals another upcoming Blazer Low ’77 Vintage colorway that will be arriving in a “Midnight Navy” makeup.The latest Blazer from Nike features a Midnight Navy leather upper combined with White leather Nike Swooshes.the Nike Blazer Low features a Midnight Navy leather upper with White leather Swooshes and heels.The sneaker sits on top of a white midsole and a white outsole. Suede overlays, padded tongues atop a White rubber sole completes the design.Furthermore, we have a padded exposed tongue and a large Orange Swoosh on the insoles. Finally, Sail on the midsole and rubber outsole.

Nike Basketball is set to release an upcoming KD 13 inspired by Brooklyn Nets’ Nike Classic Edition jersey.Lasting for just one season – ’90-’91 to be exact – the tie-dye pattern made a surprise return as one of the various uniform options to be worn by the Brooklyn franchise.the Nike KD 13 features the ever-popular Red, White and Blue psychedelic tie-dye design. This KD 13 features the same streaky blue/white print on the upper, with the bold red appearing on the Swoosh, ribboned laces, and embroidered jersey number on the tongue.Kevin Durant’s number “7” is embroidered on the tongues paired with White/Red laces and matching midsole and rubber outsole.there will be a similar option for Kyrie Irving via the Kyrie Low 3, and a lifestyle selection in the form of the Blazer Mid ’77.

With Halloween going down this weekend, Nike reveals a new Air Max Plus that’s perfect for the spooky holiday.the Nike Air Max Plus, which has also emerged in a “Black/Orange/Grey” colorway appropriate for the October 31st holiday.the Nike Air Max Plus features a gradient mesh upper highlighted with Orange contrasting accents throughout.As has become customary, the model’s mesh base indulges in a gradient. While greyscale, the color change complements the vibrant citrus that takes over the TPU overlays throughout the upper well.3M reflective detailing on the tongues atop a Black rubber sole completes the design.Much of the sole unit reverts to a pitch-“Black” arrangement, but Air Max units, midfoot shanks and detailing throughout the outsole boast bright “Orange” flair.