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NIKE : CNY, RAYGUNS COLLECTIONS, AMBUSH Collab

NIKE : CNY, RAYGUNS COLLECTIONS, AMBUSH Collab

Nike launched the 2021 Chinese New Year Collection

Nike celebrates the Year of the Ox by dropping an inclusive 2021-Chinese New Year Collection highlighting the Air Jordan 5 Low, SuperRep 2, Air Max 2090, Air Jordan 35, Converse Chuck 70, Air Jordan 1 Low, Escape Run, Kyrie 7, Dunk, Dunk Disrupt, Blazer Mid 77, Air Max Verona, Jordan Delta Breathe, Blazer Mid Rebel, SuperRep Groove and resembling apparel. Inspired by Chinese New Year, showcasing temple flair, red envelope, knot making, and everything about its culture. The firecracker assortment highlights silhouettes in their collection, layering details of firecracker and warning label print, interesting textured and fuse-style laces featured in the colorful Dunk OG and Women’s Dunk Low. The Chinese knot assortment uses laced, woven detailing that highlights the essence of unity as featured in the Kyrie 7 and the SuperRep 2, Air Max 2090 and blazer Mid 77. 

2021 New Year collection was released last January 2021. Check out more details at Nike.com.

Nike’s Rayguns Collection

In 2005, Nike introduced to us the Rayguns and had been brought back several times in different variations. By January 2021, Nike had released Rayguns’ entire collection featuring its four models, including the Air Raid, Kyrie 7, Air Force 1 and Blazer Mid ’77 ranging cost between $110-145. Check out Nike.com for more info on this. 

Air Jordan 13 “Starfish” 

Michael Jordan’s thirteenth signature basketball shoe with NIKE, Inc. Ingeniously released in 1997. Highlighting a color rooted in Jordan Brand’s History, “Starfish Orange“. With quilted-leather, panther-inspired sole. with an impeccable holographic cat’s eye on the heel and a carbon-fibre shank plate. Unlike starfish that often disguises in the ocean, these Air Jordan 13s cannot be missed.

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AMBUSH x Nike Dunk High Collab

Tokyo based fashion label-AMBUSH and Nike collab, just dropped the new bright prink version all over the runway, featuring the new color way pink shades with the green sole. Yoon Ahn boasts a vibrant creation with Nike’s detailing and basketball-inspired aesthetics. Providing a supplementary, ingenious twist on classic features.

“I thought, ‘How can I make the shoes almost look like this moving thing?'”

Ahn 
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