Here’s what dropping at Nike SNKRS from February 10-12
Even with the NBA All-Star Weekend somewhat cancelled for 2021, February’s still shaping up to be a busy sneaker month. The other brands have releases lined up this week (Converse with their collab with Concepts and New Balance with their 57/40 to name a few) but Nike’s the big one that’s set to drop a boatload of sneakers throughout the week through their SNKRS platform on nike.com/ph. Here’s a rundown of what to expect from Nike SNKRS beginning February 10 through 12:
February 10, Wednesday
Air More Uptempo ‘Rayguns’
About a month ago, Nike released the updated Rayguns collection that featured the Kyrie 7, Air Flight 89, and the Air Force 1. Nike Basketball adds another banger to the collection with the Air More Uptempo. Following the same color scheme as the rest of the pack, how could you say no to this? The Air More Uptempo ‘Rayguns’ retails for Php 8,695 and drops at 10am.
February 11, Thursday
Nike Dunk Low ‘Orange Pearl’ (available in Men’s and Younger Kids’)
The Nike Dunk continues its hot streak in 2021. With several colorways coming out throughout the year, I’m sure these will sell out with the quickness. This Sail and Orange Pearl combo definitely works and like any regular Dunk Low (read: Not SB), the shoe comes in a leather upper, perforated toe box, and Nike on the heel. The Nike Dunk Low ‘Orange Pearl’ retails for Php 5,095 (Men’s) and Php 3,095 (Younger Kids’). The shoe also drops at 10am this Thursday.
Nike Dunk Low ‘Hyper Cobalt’
I know a lot of people have been waiting on these. The Black/Hyper Cobalt/White color blocking lends itself to some of the classic colorways of the Dunk from ’85. The Nike Dunk Low ‘Hyper Cobalt’ retails for Php 5,095 and is also set to drop at 10am this Thursday on SNKRS. Act quick and may the sneaker gods be on your side for this one.
ACG Mountain Fly Low ‘Fossil Stone’ and ‘Anthracite’
After releasing the ACG Mountain Fly a few months back, Nike ACG adds a low-top version that works for both the mountain trails and the city scape. The lightweight upper features an easy-use gaiter for your own personalized fit hile the sticky rubber outsole helps with the traction. The shoe also features React foam with Vaporfly technology for all-day comfort wherever you may be.
This Thursday, the Mountain Fly comes in two colorways – Fossil Stone and Anthracite – and will retail for Php 9,295. If you’re still not on that ACG tip, this is a good place to start.
February 12, Friday
Wmns Air Jordan I High OG ‘Silver Toe’
To round out this week’s SNKRS releases, Jordan Brand closes it out with another women’s exclusive – the Air Jordan I High OG ‘Silver Toe’. Similar to the ‘Gold Toe’ and other toe-based color blocking for the Air Jordan I, the Silver Toe uses ‘crinkle’ silver on its ankle, toe box and heel. The silver-based sneaker is inspired by space innovation and the future of flight. Genuine black leather overlays are seen on the toe, tongue and collar, with white panels on the quarter and midsole. We definitely like these more than the Kawhi joints that dropped a couple of years ago.
The Wmns Air Jordan I High OG ‘Silver Toe’ retails for Php 8,095 and is set to drop this Friday, February 12 at 10am.
Air Max 2090 EOI
If you’ve lost hope on the SNKRS app, browse through the catalog and you might chance upon these — the Evolution of Icons pack featuring the Air Max 2090. The latest pack honors past Air Maxes as we inch closer to Air Max Day 2021 (word is we’re getting the CLOT Air Max 1s this year). The Air Max 2090 pays homage to the Air Max era of 1990-1991 where Nike released the Air Max 90, Air Max 180 and the Air Max BW. The 3 iconic silhouettes are blended into the Air Max 2090s base for a solid renditon of that Air Max era. The Air Max 2090 EOI retails for Php 8,295 and you can pick them up by clicking here.
Air Max Zephyr EOI
While the Air Max Zephyr’s a relatively new silhouette, the EOI edition pays homage to the Air Tuned Max (1999). With its Air Max 720 Air unit for plush cushioning, the no-sew skins and stitched overlays are a call back to its rich Air Max heritage. The most obvious difference compared to the other Air Max Zephyrs is the updated toe box, that resembles the Air Tuned Max from ’99, which is made of breathable tactile mesh and the tongue features the classic TN logo. The Air Max Zephyr EOI retails for Php 10,195 and you can now pick them up here.