Sneaker press release updates October 16, 2021



Dozens of sneaker designs have stood the test of time from some of the biggest brands of the past 70 years. However, some of the most iconic models have succeeded the current year by constantly demonstrating an ability to adapt, without reacting on their laurels.

Heading into 2022, the Nike Air Force 1 has emerged in a handful of arrangements reinvented thanks to designers like Matthew M. Williams. Plus, playful UNO-inspired grips introduced new color blocking to the basketball-inspired silhouette. Likewise, the Air Jordan 1 Low, which debuted in 1986, has appeared in one of its most daring styles to date. Platform soles and cork socks divert Michael Jordan’s first signature sneaker from any hardwood court, setting it up for runway shows across the globe. The youngest parent of the bottom, the Air Jordan 4, also joined the select list of sneaker-turned golf shoes, as its ‘Black / University Red’ (‘Bred’) colourway appeared with spikes made for. the green.

Despite their dedication to the future, the best players in the sneaker space would be remiss not to revisit their archives every now and then. FILA did this recently by creating a special edition of the Grant Hill 1 in the Sprite colors. Rumors have also emerged that the Nike Air Max Penny 1 will start a retro run in 2022 with original styles compatible with Orlando Magic. Expected by no one, Stephen Curry’s first signature sneaker with Under Armor was first unveiled as retro in November.

Far from the memories, new proposals like the Nike Air Max Dawn and the always polarizing YEEZY FOAM RUNNER have surfaced for the first time and in new styles, respectively. The Nike Kyrie 8 also first appeared in official images, suggesting that all parties involved are moving forward with the design.

For a look at all of this and more, check out our top headlines coming October 16-22.

The Air Jordan 4 “Bred” transforms into a golf shoe
For green.
READ MORE: Bred Jordan 4 Golf
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Here are the Air Jordan 1 low platform sneakers
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Low Platform
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Varsity Red
READ MORE: Light Bone Jordan 1 GORE-TEX
READ MORE: Psychic Purple Jordan 1 Low
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READ MORE: Jordan 1 Low Siren Red
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Mid Brown
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Heritage White
READ MORE: Jordan 1 Mid Coconut Milk

The Nike Air Max Penny 1 returns in 2022
Adapted to the magic of Orlando.
READ MORE: Nike Air Penny 1 Retro

This week in adidas YEEZY
YZY SZN continues.
READ MORE: Clay Brown YEEZY 500

The Nike Dunk High shines in “Moon Fossil”
More takes of Peter Moore’s design.

READ MORE: Navy Supreme By All Means Dunk
READ MORE: Moon Fossil Dunk High
READ MORE: Nike Dunk High Navy Blue Purple

The LDWaffle UNDERCOVER x sacai x Nike is ready for release this month
A trifecta.

Patta has two more Nike Air Max 1s on the way
Before the 35th anniversary of the sneaker.
READ MORE: Aqua Patta Air Max 1 noise
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Steph Curry’s UA Curry One gets a retro version
Expected in November.
READ MORE: UA Curry One Retro

Nike pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of the UN with the Air Force 1
Air Force Uno.
READ MORE: UNO Air Force 1
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This week in New Balance
From Boston, with love.
READ MORE: Casablanca New Balance XC-72 Cream
READ MORE: Henna Washed New Balance XC-72
READ MORE: Stone Island New Balance RC Elite

A $ AP Nast’s next Reebok collaboration revealed
Inspired by the outdoors.
READ MORE: ASAP NAST Reebok Zig Kinetica

Official images of the Nike Kyrie 8
Come soon.
READ MORE: Kyrie 8 N7

Two more Nike LeBron 19 colorways emerge
Designed for “Akron’s kid”.
READ MORE: Dutch Blue LeBron 19
READ MORE: Hardwood Classic LeBron 19

Sprite and FILA reunite on Grant Hill 1
A nod to the 90s.
READ MORE: FILA Grant Hill Sprite 1


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