The AMBUSH x Nike Dunk High Lethal Pink is the latest collaborative sneaker to launch between the Oregon-based brand and Yoon Ahn’s highly respected label AMBUSH. The duo has previously worked together to much success, and with the Dunk hype in full swing, we expect these to be a hit with sneakerheads across the globe. If you are looking to add these to your collection, be sure to check out the AMBUSH x Nike Dunk High Lethal Pink raffles list to guarantee your success on copping a pair!This refreshing take on the Dunk silhouette was first unveiled back at New York Fashion Week, and had both high-end fashion fans and sneakerheads talking from the first images. The panelled uppers look set to be crafted from a blend of nylon, synthetics and technical mesh, while the classic Nike Swoosh logo is embellished onto the sides and stretches out past the rear of the shoes. Signature details such as the perforated toe box and high tongue remain in place.
The Nike Blazer Mid Rayguns is Nike's latest colorway of their timeless basketball sneaker from 1973. Before the Blazer Mid made its way to the streets, the silhouette belonged to the basketball court and was known as an essential pair of kicks by legendary basketball players for being one of the most comfortable shoes to shoot hoops in. A closer look at the new sneaker's official images shows the pair decked out in signature colours of an imaginary basketball team created for a Nike ad campaign known as the Roswell Rayguns.The iconic Blazer shoe is seen here crafted from a white leather upper while yellow contrast stitching makes its way throughout the structure for a striking look, including the tongue. Maintaining the model's traditional features, gold sequin Swooshes appear on the lateral side while shades of green paint the Swoosh on the medial wall.
The Nike Air Force 1 07 SE Light Armory Blue is a fresh new rendition of Nike's world-famous Air Force 1 silhouette set to launch to the masses this new year and it’s one of the cleanest colorways we've seen in a while! Crafted from premium fabrics and decked out in a dual-toned colour scheme, this sneaker is a definite must cop! The AF1 was the first basketball shoes designed by Bruce Kilgore back in 1982 and up until this day, it has never failed to be a part of every sneakerhead's collection.Working on a premium leather upper for a luxury sneaker look, an Amory Blue hue coats the overlays making it the perfect pair of shoes to go with your outfit on a clear sunny day. Recycled wool fabric dress Nike's iconic Swoosh logo across the lateral and medial side panels in addition to the tongue stamped with further branding details. Finally, a sail tinted midsole concealed with Nike Air technology houses the upper for a subtle look of contrast while also offering optimum support and added durability for the wearer.