Another Footwear Friday has arrived at Culture Kings! Whether you’re after some classic lows that will continue to be cool for a decade, or here to jump on the Nike Dunk hype train, we’ve rounded up the best sneakers this week to help you put your best fashion foot forward. To beat the bots we’re offering the below styles through sneaker raffles to offer our sneaker heads a fair chance at copping a pair.
1. Air Jordan 12 Retro “Twist”
Bulls fans get your wallets ready for these. A tribute to the home threads that Michael Jordan & Scottie Pippen sported during their prime days, the Air Jordan 12 Retro is the return of Tinker Hatfield’s celebrated 1996 design – the first to bring Zoom Air cushioning to the signature line. Premium materials in the upper give it a seasonal refresh.
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2. Air Jordan 1 Low “Pollen”
The Air Jordan 1 Low is one of the most iconic sneaker models in history and it’s as fresh, comfortable and timeless now as when Michael first laced them up. Make sure you’re always on top of your game with these classics.
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3. Women’s Air Jordan 1 Mid “Hyper Royal”
Heritage style, premium comfort on and off the court. The Air Jordan 1 Mid brings full-court style and premium comfort to an iconic look in a fresh royal colourway. Its Air-Sole unit cushions play on the hardwood, while the padded collar gives you a supportive feel.
View Women’s Air Jordan 1 Mid “Hyper Royal” here
4. Women’s Air Jordan 1 Low “Bronze Eclipse”
Always in, always fresh. The Air Jordan 1 Low sets you up with a piece of Jordan history and heritage that’s comfortable all day in a fresh bronze colourway. For this go, the low features a high-end mix of suedes, nubuck leather and synthetic materials in the upper.
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5. Nike Dunk Low Retro “University Red”
Created for the hardwood but taken to the street, the Nike Dunk Low Retro returns with crisp overlays and original team colours. This basketball icon channels ‘80s vibes with premium leather in the upper that looks good and breaks in even better. Modern footwear technology helps bring the comfort into the 21st century.
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6. Nike Dunk Low Retro “White Black”
The Nike Dunk Low Retro “Black White” treats the retro model to an essential two tone colour scheme that accentuates the sneaker’s clean lines. The Dunk is one of the most popular Nike silhouettes of all time however have recently experienced a huge surge in popularity.
View Dunk Low Retro "White Black"
7. Nike Dunk Hi SE “First Use”
Celebrate the beginning of swoosh with the Nike Dunk Hi SE “First Use”. Created for the hardwood but taken to the streets, the b-ball icon returns to celebrate 50 years of Swoosh. Luscious suede on the upper and a plush collar make the Nike Dunk High SE a modern staple while the original Swoosh design graces the sides.
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Missed out on the above footwear? Don’t stress! Check out below some more sneaker styles we dropped this week.
Jordan 2700 Point Lane
Inspired by 3 of MJ's most memorable seasons. The Jordan Point Lane is a mash-up of three iconic Jordans. It brings together elements from the AJ3, AJ6 and the 11 to create one shoe that's packed with MJ nostalgia and uncompromising comfort.
Shop the Jordan 2700 Point Lane Here
Air Force 1 '07 LV8
When it comes to the hardwood, sometimes you just need something with a little extra flair. For those days when your game is on point and you want everyone else to know about it, Nike has got your back. The Air Force 1 '07 LV8 was designed for an ultra-modern day athlete who needs more than basic leather and hi-tops from their kicks; they deserve gold accents that make them stand out even among other basketball heroes!
Shop the Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Here