Although the Air Max Plus is originally known for its curvy, vertical cage overlays, this new look screams speed. Resembling Dory from Finding Nemo with its blue speed colourway, the sneaker has a blue faded mesh upper and leather overlays. The model also features yellow details with a black and white midsole.
In contrast to the vibrancy and boisterous outlook of the Air Max Plus III, the Air Force 1 Low Gore-Tex (S$229) oozes seriousness.
The newest bright ceramic colourway comes with Gore-Tex technology—a waterproof technology that’ll protect you against the harshest weather elements; snow included. The sneaker is designed with a mesh and leather overlay, as well as a waterproof Gore-Tex membrane.
If you’re looking for a staple black sneaker for everyday wear, the Air Force 1 Low Gore-Tex is a good investment to get you through even the grimmest weather conditions.
To top day seven off, NIKE has to include a pair of signature Air Jordan’s in the mix. The Air Jordan I in Obsidian (S$239) has a full leather upper in various shades of blue—sail blue covers the side panels and the toe, obsidian envelopes the overlays, ankle and the Swoosh logo and finishing the model off, pops of university blue are on the heel portion as well as the tongue.
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