Tag Archives: Canvas

The Nike Air Force 1 Low Is Dropping Soon In Full Muslin Canvas

Nike’s ever-popular Air Force 1 Low has taken on many alternate materials in its nearly four decades on the market, and now it’s set to release in a brand-new muslin-colored canvas makeup. The shoe opts for an entirely tonal look by dressing most of its real estate in the aforementioned soft tan colorway, so it’s the materials/details that are the true standout here. The rough and rugged canvas follows the tan tones down onto the midsole, adding an extra layer of style and a…

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Nike Gives Its Retro Outburst Model a Plush “Olive Canvas” Makeover

Continuing to push the return of the Outburst runner, Nike has just released the retro silhouette in an “Olive Canvas” colorway.

Focusing on textural elements, the “Olive Canvas” colorway features a two-tone suede-and-textile upper that’s contrasted by hits of yellow on the tongue branding, the “Just Do It” heel embroid…

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Nike Air Max 95 Receives a Fall-Ready “Olive Canvas” Colorway

Nike continues to spearhead sleek Fall/Winter 2018 iterations for the perennial Air Max 95 silhouette. Trailing behind the “Reflective Silver” makeup is the “Olive Canvas” colorway for the classic low-top. Olive accents predominantly adorn the shoe’s wave-like uppers crafted using suede, scaly textured leather, and mes…

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Nike Air Force 1 Low Canvas “Desert Sand” Dropping In Spring 2018

Much like some other silhouettes across Nike’s brand, the Air Force 1 had a resurgent 2017 that was undoubtedly highlighted by the illustrious AF100 campaign that saw some of the top creators in the world put their own unique spin on the iconically simplistic design. Now, the Swoosh is remixing the make-up once again, and bringing canvas materials back to the Air Force 1 Low. This women’s exclusive “Desert Sand” styling sees the upper almost completely adorned in the a…

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Dell Canvas Gives Us A Glimpse Into The Exciting Future Of Footwear Design

Pen and paper was the typical starting point for designers of all kinds, but as technology continues to evolve, those rudimentary tools are being quickly replaced by digital resources. This new ad by Dell, in conjunction with Nike, Meta Vision, and Ultrahaptics, suggests that industrial design will never be the same …

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