2021Sneakers reveals another “Happy Pineapple” edition of the Air Force 1 Low that comes equipped with recycled materials from the brand’s “Move to Zero” campaign.For its latest group effort, the silhouette has championed NIKE, Inc.’s sustainability efforts with the help of a “Happy Pineapple” motif.This “Happy Pineapple” offering of the Nike Air Force 1 comes dressed in a Green Glow, Coconut Milk, and Metallic Gold color scheme.Previously seen in a predominantly-cork arrangement, the newly-surfaced proposition indulges in a summer-ready ensemble clad in shades of “Green Glow” and “Coconut Milk.”The shoe features a canvas and textile weave upper with dual-layered Swooshes and the “Happy Pineapple” logo on the tongues. Canvas material across the shoe’s upper delivers a lighter stride than traditional leather would, and when paired with the tropical hues throughout the tongue, profile swooshes and spine, it becomes appropriate of the upcoming season.Finishing touches includes cork materials on the heels and insoles atop a cinder-like outsole completes the design.The aforementioned jolly fruit replaces standard branding on the top of the tongue, and even inspires the product sticker graphic printed on the speckled cork sock-liner. Lastly, lace dubraes and outsoles further boast all-cork constructions, rooted in the company’s “Move to Zero” campaign.

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Swooshes origin, Sneakers2090 reveals a “University Red” colorway of the Dunk High that will take part of their latest “First Use” collection.Full of consistent features found throughout the extensive collection, this Nike Dunk High First Use offering again honors the official trademark date of the Check through both brand timeline insoles, outlined embroidered Swooshes, “First use June 18, 1971” text imprinted on the profile, and the oh-so-in-vogue lace bling.the Nike Dunk High features a University Red leather upper with suede overlays and First Use June 18, 1971 printed below the outlined embroidered Swoosh on the lateral, while the year 1971 reappears on the insoles.Though it brings a consistent leather and suede build, the Nike Dunk High “First Use” employs a new-to-collection hue of University Red to form a standalone option of the pack. Dual lacing returns, too, as does retro tongue branding, and the pair is completed by a simple sail sole and red unit beneath.Double set of laces, Metallic Gold diamond-set Swoosh lace locks atop a White midsole and Red rubber outsole completes the design.

The Yeezy Boost 700 Enflame Amber is the latest Yeezy Boost 700 colorway that will be releasing during Summer 2021.And though not quite the “Wave Runner,” this week’s “Enflame Amber” colorway should tide you over until the aforementioned pair’s restock.adidas Yeezy Boost 700 features a Dark Beige upper with a different shade use don the suede overlays and laces.The “Enflame Amber” makes use of colors less common in the adidas Yeezy line-up. Starting with the sole, a bright, pastel orange dresses near uninhibited, setting a foundation double as vibrant as the blacked out overlays immediately above. Darker shades of Brown along with a touch of Turquoise appear on the toe box area while having reflective elements on the Three Stripes underneath the mesh. A vibrant Orange midsole atop a Black rubber outsole completes the design.Mesh, then, outfits underneath, alternating through a spectrum of blues, browns, and tans, the latter of which is identical to that of the suede toe cap and mesh/leather top line.Always keep it locked to New Release Yeezy for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.