There’s still a handful of months before Winter kicks into high gear, but
The upper constructions of these lifestyle-focused kicks are engineered with recycled scraps and mimic the look of down jackets which are popularized during the colder seasons for their much-needed insulation. A “Summit White” hue covers most of the base here as it wraps the toe boxes, quarters, tongues and collars and comes balanced out with “Oil Green” overlays and “Rattan” hits atop the laces and lower mid-foot. Darker brown accents also appear around the toe boxes and on the tongue banners, the latter of which trades out the usual Nike Air branding for a retro pinwheel logo. Additionally, the insides are lined with cozy fleece materials and the insoles are branded with a “Toasty” embellishment. To further echo its earth-friendly theme, the outsoles are generated with a speckled aesthetic that naturally comes from its recycled origins.
At the time of writing, a release date has not been announced yet, but it’s likely that Nike will drop these in the coming months for $130 USD.
Elsewhere in sneaker news, official photos of the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Prototype” have emerged.