New Jordans 2016, A weekend filled with debuts, two of the standout pairs come from Cam Newtown's first signature lifestyle shoe as well as Nike SB revamping the iconic Dunk to look like an Air Jordan 1. The shoe features a Black suede upper with mesh detailing on the tongue and inner liner. But the highlight of the shoe is its color-faded canvas Nike Swoosh logos on the sides and same effect on the tongues. Looking at the shoe from the back, you'll notice the year's "78" and "17" displayed on both leather heels as a nod to past and present of Nike Skateboarding.
New Jordans 2018, The Nike Dunk High was released back in 1985, making the Dunk Nike's original team shoe. The sneaker was released in several different colorways to accent the likes of top schools across the country; Kentucky, Michigan, Georgetown, etc. The sneaker was also used as inspiration for the now iconic Air Jordan 1 by Nike. The sneaker has now become a staple for Nike from not only the court but to the streets with their Nike SB Dunk High. The Nike Dunk High is a classic silhouette admired by countless fans. Originally finding a spotlight on the hardwood, the Dunk High has gained mass attention amongst sneakerheads, Innumerous collaborations have found its way onto the model having created exhilarant designs. The Dunk High remains a classic icon never going out of style.
Jordans 2017, Both Nike Dunk High colorways feature a White base, however the two are accented with either Gym Red or Black. Constructed with leather throughout, perforations land on the toe. The use of Red or Black is then applied to the Nike Swoosh, tongue branding, hinted on the heel and across the outsole. It doesn't have an exact "Chicago" mockup, as the shoe comes dressed in a USA-like White, University Red, and College Navy color scheme. But there is no deny the Air Jordan 1 vibes it gives off. Featuring a White-based upper with Red suede overlays, Red leather around the heel and Navy accents on the Swoosh logo, laces and sock-like collar.