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FOOTWEAR Published: June 17, 2020 Updated: June 22, 2020  |  WORDS: Eshwaran Subramaniam

Footwear drops: Orange camo and pops of color expected from this week’s releases

Nike drops the highly anticipated Air Max 90 “Orange Camo” along with three Air Jordan releases.

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Converse joins in to introduce their collaboration with Dutch label, Pop Trading Company.

This week, the Swoosh will be releasing one of the most highly anticipated sneakers – the Air Max 90 “Orange Camo”. Alongside it, we will see the release of the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom “Rage Green” and two other retro Jordans.

Converse also introduces its collaborative and colorful Jack Purcell Pro Hi with the Dutch label, Pop Trading Company. Check out all the sneakers dropping this week.

Air Jordan 11 Retro Low W “Concord”
June 18

Footwear Drops Air Max 90 “Orange Camo” Air Jordan 11 Low W “Concord”

Nike is dropping the Air Jordan 11 Retro Low “Concord” just for the ladies and only in the low top version. For this release, Nike brought the “Concord” hints from the outsole to the patent leather on the upper. To add a little luxury into the mix, the mesh upper has been replaced with smooth white leather. All else stays the same – the “23” emblem on the heel tab, Jumpman on the heel cap, and icy blue outsole remain.

Where to buy:
End Launches | Size? | Nike SNKRS (June 20)

Pop Trading Company x Converse Jack Purcell Pro Hi
June 19

Footwear Drops Air Max 90 “Orange Camo” Converse x Pop Trading Company Jack Purcell Pro Hi

The Amsterdam label, Pop Trading Company, is putting a colorful spin on the Converse Jack Purcell Pro Hi. The collaborative sneaker will come with a navy-blue canvas upper accented with a yellow bar right above the midsole. To add to its playful vibe, Pop Trading Company’s branding can be seen on the sneaker’s signature smile in the toe cap. As a final touch, the right heel tab bears the label’s logo in place of the Converse Con branding.

Where to buy:
End Launches

Air Max 90 “Orange Camo”
June 19

Footwear Drops Air Max 90 “Orange Camo” Sneakernews

The Air Max 90 “Orange Camo” is part of a family of sneakers based on the famous Atmos x Nike Air Max 90 “Duck Camo”. Just like its sibling, the sneaker will come with a bright neon mesh lined with camo suede panels along the toe box, midfoot and heel. This colorway, as the name suggests, primarily uses a mix of orange hues on the upper, outsole and Air Unit. In case you missed its Nike SNKRS release, here is your second chance to cop the Air Max 90 “Orange Camo”.

Where to buy:
End Launches | Size?

Air Jordan 1 Zoom Air “Rage Green”
June 20

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The Air Jordan 1 Zoom Air “Rage Green” might be the most normal colorway the silhouette has received. Based on the “Brut” colorway, the “Rage Green” sports a mix of black leather panels with hits of green at the toe box, midfoot and sockliner. Everything sits on an icy blue, translucent outsole. You can peer through the outsole and see the red-green gradient print sandwiched under the strobel board. With the Zoom Air strobel board, this sneaker is a must cop for those who love the Air Jordan 1 silhouette but require more impact protection.

Where to buy:
End Launches | Size? | Footpatrol (June 17)

Air Jordan 4 Retro “Metallic Red”
June 20

Footwear Drops Air Jordan 4 Retro metallic red end clothing

Thanks to End Clothing and Size?, you have a chance to own the Europe exclusive Air Jordan 4 “Red Metallic”. The sneaker dropped in regional exclusive colorways and arrived in Singapore in the “Orange Metallic” colorway. Everything stays unchanged, except for the metallic lace eyelets, Air Unit, embroidered Jumpman and back of the tongue that now come in red. If you prefer red over orange, this might be a worthwhile pickup.

Where to buy:
End Launches | Size?

Do you think the “Rage Green” colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Zoom Air is better than it’s predecessors? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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