South Korean-born artist, rapper, and fashion designer MeLoveMeALot has unveiled a pair of MSCHF Big Red Boots she customized herself with Chrome Hearts details. The ridiculously oversized boots have become a sensation since their debut in February earlier this year, with a Timberland “Wheat Nubuck” custom appearing in April and a runner recently making news by finishing a marathon while wearing them.The Astro Boy boots are painted in gloss black with cross embellishments on the center of the tube top and additional fixures on the sides. The logo for Skoot, MLMA’s label she co-founded with Koh V, is heat branded on the bottoms. Additional details include Skoot graffiti spray paint on the red shoebox.Take a look at the design process below and stay tuned for more details. 在 Instagram 查看這則貼文 MLMA 멜로（@melovemealot）分享的貼文 在 Instagram 查看這則貼文 MLMA 멜로（@melovemealot）分享的貼文Elsewhere in footwear, New Balance 580 surfaces in “Sakura” hues.
Nike continues to expand its offering for the titular Air Force 1 Low silhouette. Already gearing up for post-summer vibes, the AF1 arrives in “Medium Ash.” The shoe comes constructed in premium leather, to ensure that the AF1 is ready for the harsher winter months. Aside from the premium leather, the shoe also features with ripstop mid panels that are seamlessly seam-taped for added water resistance and insulation against the cold. The upper is dressed in medium ash hues that are complemented by the tongues and rubber soles in bronzine. Nike branding can be seen throughout the shoe on the tongue labels, insoles and heels. The combination of all the fabrics and different materials come together to give the AF1 a unique look. The shoe sits atop a speckled midsole and bronzine rubber outsole to round out the design.Look out for the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Medium Ash” arriving in the coming months at select retailers and online at Nike for $130 USD. In other footwear news, Jordan System.23 “Yellow” releases for the summer.
It’s hard to believe that the Nike Air Max Plus has been on shelves for 25 years now. Positioned as an iconic-yet-modern silhouette, it continues to draw attention with its slick form. With this, and its celebration of serving the Swoosh for a quarter of a century, the shoe finds itself in new looks left and right. Most notably, Samuel Ross and his label A-COLD-WALL* have readied a collaboration on the silhouette that is a perfect pairing for any UK-based sneakerhead.Now, Nike looks to yet another stealthy makeover for the shoe as it has just been revealed in a “Black Gum” presentation. As the name suggests, an all-black look has been paired with a gum finish that appears at the rubber outsole. Elsewhere, the typical mesh and synthetic layering of the Air Max Plus makes a return with reflective detailing landing on the tongue and heel.While Nike has yet to divulge any release details pertaining to this stealthy look on the Air Max Plus, it is currently expected to land on shelves within the coming months via Nike and select retailers such as HBX at a price of $170 USD.Looking for more updates from the ever-changing world of footwear? We’ve got you covered. CLOT is rumored to have one more collaboration with Nike on the way before beginning a new partnership with adidas.