Air Max 270, Vintage fashion, like Dunks, saw an astronomical surge in interest over the last two years. And many — especially the DIY-savvy — have taken their own shoes and force-aged them to better complement the Carhartt Detroit jackets and worn-in double knees they've picked up from thrift.As the Dunk parade continues marching along with no end in sight, Nike have found yet another way to give the classic hoop shoe a new look – namely a PRM (short for 'premium') iteration of the Dunk Low.
This Nike Dunk Low Premium Vast Grey is constructed from premium suede and features a “Pearl White” base with complementing overlays in the titular hue. Rounding out the final details are mesh tongues, white suede Swoosh insignias, and a “Pearl White” rubber outsole.Underfoot and just spaces above, a “Sail” marks the tread and tongue, respectively, better matching the cream shades that appear across the toe, mid-panel, and collar. All is then sat atop a white midsole, which — unlike the grey lining and branding elsewhere — could easily be touched up for a more retro feel.
This Air Jordan 1s Top Three comes in mismatched' color panels and outsoles while staying true to the original design by featuring the ‘Wings’ logo on the ankle and Nike Air branding on the insole and tongue. ‘Top 3’ also nods to Jordan being drafted third overall in the 1984 NBA Draft.the left shoe is completely different from the right shoe, while one shoe has a Red outsole and the other has a Royal outsole. Nike Air branding on the tongue and Wings branding on the collar round out the main features of the shoe.