This CLOT collaboration combined two of my favorite elements to grace the Forces over the years: the classic jewel swoosh and the more recent lunar sole. Throw on a gum bottom and mismatching colors on the jewels and insoles, and you’ve got one of the cleanest releases of the entire year. Perfect execution right here.
4) Air Jordan VIII Retro “Aqua”
It’s kind of an event when I purchase a Jordan retro these days, as the hassle that comes with attaining a coveted pair of retro Jordans has grown exponentially with each year. I expected more of the same with the beloved Aqua 8 - a pair that most certainly fell into that coveted category - but was pleasantly surprised to find that Nike had actually made enough pairs of Aquas to satisfy the demands of the buyers for a change. Hey, what a concept.
3) Air Penny 6 “Royal”
The Penny 6 was a fantastic addition to the Air Penny line after the somewhat peculiar Lil Penny Posite. The shoe definitely resembles a modernized Air Penny 1, with the oversized wing panel and the lightning-adorned jewel swoosh. A selection of better colorways would have really put the release over the top, but the Orlando pair from the Sharpie Pack and the beautiful Royal suede pair pictured above were enough to keep me happy.
2) Nike Air Presto “Trouble at Home”
The Air Presto had a pretty remarkable 2015, with the cult favorite dropping throughout the year in numerous colorways to a surprising amount of interest. Among them was one of my absolute favorite pairs of all time: the lightning graphic “Trouble at Home” Prestos. The release of the Lightnings will hopefully open the door for some more of the other gaudy graphic Prestos of the past, including the Ice Picks that have eluded me over the years (look ‘em up, you’ll love them).
1) Nike Air Max Zero
Nike has done a good job of making Air Max Day seem like a big deal since its inception, and the highlight of last year’s festivities was clearly the release of Tinker Hatfield’s Air Max Zero. Bringing to life an old design from Tinker’s sketchbook was a fantastic idea, and the type of outside of the box thinking that I wish we’d see more of instead of the constant regurgitation of the same retros again and again. Tinker’s nearly 30 year old Zero design certainly holds up, so much so that it lands the top spot as my favorite release of 2015.
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