From amateur to elite

"Relatively brand new, the nike italia scarpe has undergone only few color treatments since its debut, the uppers mostly dyed with neutral palettes. And in the case of its upcoming, the brand seems to be keeping up with the formula as they only layer on Laser Blue atop yet another versatile arrangement.

Delivered in a referential nike air max 90 uomo namesake, the pair takes the beloved colorway and applies it to this year’s new, vintage-based form factor. White mesh lies underneath at the toe box and collar, packaged with grey suede panels and slightly darker Swooshes. Black polished leathers then outfit the mudguard, completing part of what is effectively a true homage. But, with the coming update, there are some relatively undiscernible tweaks aside from the name: for example, the “Infrared” is actually “Radiant Red,” though likely due to its brighter exposure, the shade appears more reminiscent of older versions.

Upon the announcement of their “Move to Zero” initiative, Nike made bold claims of decreasing their carbon footprint; and though simple promises early on, the brand has decisively acted with releases like the nike vapormax flyknit and many other Space Hippie creations. To keep the momentum going, the former, which has deservedly received quite a bit of attention in recent months, is now appearing in many a bright colorway.

The latest here, which hues floral with use of “Light Arctic Pink,” bears the imperfections of its sustainable design, a process that moves the brand closer to zero through the use of scraps, recycled yarns, and the like. Light shades are at the majority as they not only thread the upper itself but also the FlyEase module on the tongue as well as the pulls both adjacent and behind. Darker purples and complementing notes of blue then subtly work their way into the weave as well as the marbled toe cap and counter whose finish is primarily coated in a light neutral