On Thursday, November 18, Jordan Brand and the Make-A-Wish Foundation shared the story of Jordan Carranza, a 13-year-old struggling with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). In July, he met designers from NIKE, Inc. with sketches for his own Air Jordan 1, which he outfitted with revolutionary FlyEase technology. Although the sneakers are not being made public, they do promote the message Carranza inscribes on the pair’s lining: “Just because your [sic] disabled is not [sic] means your dream can’t [sic] to come true.”
As collaborations become more common in the footwear world, brands have pointedly devised strategies to make them feel special despite their ubiquity. AMBUSH, for example, appears to be taking the “retro for the first time” approach for its next joint effort: the 1996 Nike Air Adjust Force. Errolson Hugh, leader of ACRONYM, set out to reinvent the classic Nike Blazer Low, by infusing a technical component into the first Nike Basketball sneaker. For its work with adidas, South Park has kept things relatively tame. His last expression? : An adidas Stan Smith playfully replacing the legendary tennis player of the same name with the pre-teen, Stan Marsh.
As the world moves forward in all its facets in seconds, brands concerned with relevance, profitability and longevity must constantly think of the future. Always preoccupied with innovation, NIKE, Inc. recently shared one of the many ways it is preparing for what’s to come when it announced a partnership with Roblox, the online game creation platform. with 43.2 million daily active users. NIKELAND, a virtual world partly informed by Nike’s global headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., Allows users to combine sport and play with lifestyle, especially when playing on a mobile device. Additionally, the project introduced Nike’s full-fledged foray into digital consumer goods, allowing users to customize their avatars with Air Force 1, Air Max, and other sneakers.
Steph Curry, who has had a great start to the 2021-22 NBA season, and his Under Armor family have unveiled two new ventures under the Curry Brand umbrella: Curry Flow 9 and Curry Flow Go. The former, often referred to as Curry 9, builds on the legacy of the basketball partnership, introducing UA WARP technology. This latest shoe features many of the components that made Curry’s basketball line so successful, but modifies them for running. Both offers, however, further strengthen the legacy of the 33-year-old Golden State Warriors goalie on and off the field.
For a look at all of this and more, including shocking details of the Air Jordan 11 “Cool Gray” and confirmation of the YEEZY 350 V2 “Beluga Reflective”, check out our top headlines from November 13th to 19th below. .
Make-A-Wish and Jordan brand give Jordan Carranza a unique design opportunity
Equipped with FlyEase.
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Air Jordan 11 “Cool Gray” is unveiled
Back for the third time only.
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Nike launches NIKELAND on Roblox
The Swoosh becomes virtual.
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Steph Curry and Under Armor unveil Curry Flow 9
Designed for the greatest shooter in NBA history.
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The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Beluga Reflective” arrives in December
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This week in Nike Dunks
End the year in force.
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AMBUSH Teases Nike Air Adjust Force Collaboration
Talk about a blast from the past.
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G-Dragon’s PEACEMINUSONE x Nike Kwondo 1 revealed
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Patta’s Nike Air Max 1 “The Wave” Appears In “Black”
Previewed by Chris Gibbs of UNION LA.
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