Nathan Bell Continues Nike Partnership With Cortez Pack

Arriving in both pink and white colorways.

Footwear
8,722 Hypes 3 Comments

Following the launch of the collaborative Zoom Fly SP, Nathan Bell links up again with Nike to drop two new takes on the classic Cortez.

Offering choice of Pink/White and White/Black color schemes, the new iterations boast the LA-based artist’s signature hand-drawn graphics on the lateral sides. Differing from the “Last One Gets A Rotten Egg” motif of the pink edition, the white version features a repeating “I Love 2 Run/I Hate 2 Run” text. Besides the unicorn horn-embellished Cortez doodle, the pair is also detailed with a subtle deubré in a matching hues.

Priced at $85 USD, the two colorways of the Nathan Bell x Nike Cortez are available now on nike.com. Check out the official images above, and in more sneaker news, NIKEiD is offering March Madness-themed Air Force 1s.

Read Full Article

Nathan Bell x Cortez “Pack”

Source
Sneaker News
More

What to Read Next

ASAP Rocky & Tyler, The Creator Take the Stage During III Points Festival
Music

ASAP Rocky & Tyler, The Creator Take the Stage During III Points Festival

Continuing their ongoing bromance.

Virgil Abloh Personally Teases New Off-White™ 3.0 “Off-Court Lows”
Footwear

Virgil Abloh Personally Teases New Off-White™ 3.0 “Off-Court Lows”

“Chopped the top.”

Gucci Takes Initiative to Promote Cultural Diversity
Fashion

Gucci Takes Initiative to Promote Cultural Diversity

In response to the recent sweater scandal.


Supreme Gets NYC DJ Funkmaster Flex to Address the "Fakes" in New Teaser Video
Fashion

Supreme Gets NYC DJ Funkmaster Flex to Address the "Fakes" in New Teaser Video

All while dropping his signature bomb soundbites.

Watch Every Dunk From the 2019 NBA All-Star Dunk Contest
Sports

Watch Every Dunk From the 2019 NBA All-Star Dunk Contest

Even J. Cole got involved in the action.

maharishi's Spring 2019 Features Classic Camos and Branded Goods
Fashion

maharishi's Spring 2019 Features Classic Camos and Branded Goods

The brand keeps consistent with military-inspired themes.

More ▾