The “Nike Sun Club” collection has given some of the most beloved Nike Outlet silhouettes a beach-ready makeover. And while bits and pieces of the capsule have been teased for months, it seems several propositions have been left “under wraps” up until right before a retail debut. The Air Force 1 Mid is the latest model to join in on the summer-appropriate fun. Akin to other offerings under the “Nike Sun Club” banner, the upcoming pair indulges in shades of tan and yellow across its tumbled leather and airy fabric upper; swoosh-assisted sun graphics on the spine also indulge in golden flair, further contributing to the collection’s theme. Mid-foot panels along the profiles alternate hues between lateral and medial sides, with the former donning an eye-catching red. Hits of green and orange also enter the mix across surrounding components, while the sole unit underfoot opts for Air Force 1 heritage with its all-white makeup.
First rearing its head back during the Fall 2021 season,Skechers Outlets the Nike Dunk High Up (previously referred to as the Dunk High Rebel) has progressed forward with a variety of attractive colorways as well as the occasional special edition release. While we’ve already seen a pinkish hue appear on the model (the Pink Oxford), this made-for-women Dunk now appears in one of 2022’s most eye-catching tones for the ladies. Light Madder Root covers this newly revealed Dunk High Up as the pastel pink tone appears on the overlays. It’s off-set by a Crimson Bliss shade, while the ever-attractive sail lays on its base. A clean white elevated midsole completes a look, with Nike even providing a full look-book styling.
Over the course of the past decade, Calvin Klein has immersed itself in fashion, previously partnering up with the legendary Raf Simons for 205W39NYC, a now defunct collection that ran from 2017 to 2019. Heron Preston, too, was tasked with creating his own collaborative pieces, many of which touted the minimalism the fashion label prides itself on. For 2022, Calvin Klein is linking up with the ever-irreverent team at Palace Skateboards, who are bringing their playful charm to garments even they’ve yet to touch. “From our first conversation, there was such a natural connection and a mutual appreciation and understanding of one another’s brand vision and DNA,” said Jacob Jordan, Calvin Klein’s Global Chief Merchant, Head of Product Strategy New Product Ventures. “With Palace, the story we wanted to tell came to life quite naturally and we had a ton of fun working Hey Dude Sneakers on it,” Jordan continues. The apparel, though not the star of the show (that would be the new Palace-formulated CK ONE fragrance), leans on an extensive selection of universally-loved styles. Undergarments, for starters, are clad with both parties’ names, complementing the graphic-adorned tees, hoodies, caps, socks, and the like, many of which blend together Palace and CK’s respective logos. Additionally, you can expect to see a range of denim jackets and trousers, whose baggy, vintage-like fit is bolstered by a meticulously faded wash. And hidden amongst the fray is none other than a three-way team-up with Vans, who have graciously offered up their beloved Authentic silhouette. Unlike the above-mentioned wearables, the white canvas upper sports no mention of Palace. Instead, “CALVANS” is written all across the shoe in a thick, black-colored font.