The Nike Dunk will be releasing in yet another option, this time in a bright “Dark Sulfur” rendition.Like its low-cut brethren, the Nike SB Dunk High Dark Sulfur classic two-toned makeup has made it a popular choice.It’s clear the Dunk High’s goal is to release in a multitude of different shades so you can add the silhouette to whatever outfit comes your way.Similar to the recently released “Syracuse” iteration, a slightly lighter “Dark Sulfur” color way is set to drop.This Dark Sulfur edition arrives in a yellow shade for a bright colorway perfect for the Spring and later Summer season.It’s no surprise that the Dunk High has resurged, rather it’s more surprising that the pair didn’t return to the mainstream sooner.Featuring a leather base, white leather covers the sides, toes, and ankles with white also appears on the tongue and laces. Dark Sulfur then demands attention on the overlays and branded portions while matching rubber soles are added to the bottoms. This iteration of the former hoops silhouette is dressed in white and “Dark Sulfur,” which runs across the various leather overlays.
Cadysneaker Known for the then newly-discovered space mesh material, Nike Air Presto has been able to ditch solid-colored uppers to sport graphic mesh sleeves for a handful of inventive arrangements. To join the “Lightning Bolt” pack with silhouettes like the Air Force 1 and Air Max 90, it relies on these printed uppers to relay the jagged shape of lightning bolts, as opposed to sporting the Aquamarine side Swoosh exclusive to the collection. The pair’s plush uppers see a Pure Platinum pattern that demonstrates the blocky look created by pixelated displays. On the toe, a Lime Glow embroidered mini Swoosh is found, adopting the pack’s signature lightning bolt Swoosh shape. This unique logo is also echoed on the black label running down the tongue, as well as printed on the heel. However, the rubber Swooshes found on both the lateral and medial sides revert to their standard shape. Aquamarine lace cages complete the look while abiding by the new collection’s color palette and adding a hit of brightness to the model overall.
It may be an overstatement but “The Ten” collection may be one of the best collaboration releases in sneaker history. While Virgil Abloh wasn’t solidified into the industry and many didn’t know who the new designer was, Air Jordan and Nike solidified the visioneer as a staple in the industry and propelled his career to new levels. Now dozens of releases later and being titled Louis Vuitton’s artistic director of menswear, Virgil is back with another collection dubbed “The Twenty”. While more details haven’t been released, The Ten collection featured ten different sneakers, the Air Jordan 1 Mid SE Black Smoke Grey, Air Presto, Air VaporMax, Air Force 1 Low, React Hyperdunk, Air Max 97, Air Max 90, Zoom Fly, and Blazer Mid so we expect twenty sneaker releases this time around featuring Nike and Air Jordan silhouettes. Most likely, the standard silhouettes used in the first invasive collection will star again with other sneakers like the more popular Dunk and other on the rise models being included as well.It looks like this collection will be going down this year, so make sure to keep it locked to JustFreshKicks for all the updates going forward as we will be monitoring and reporting on this release throughout the year until the official release. The capsule will likely be one of the biggest things to release in 2021 so make sure to stay tuned, you won’t want to miss out. Keep reading below for a look at the 2017 “The Ten” collection to get a better feel for what this bigger release will hold.