Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Multicolor
The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Multicolor takes on the modified Nike Dunk silhouette and places a variety of different colours on the elements of the sneaker. The overlays surrounding the toe box feature a deep green, while the ones at the heel are being painted in a striking red.
The swoosh, the laces as well as the outsole received a dark hue contrasting the brighter shades. An eye-catching yellow is being used for the middle part of the base, emphasizing the black swoosh. An orange pull-tab and purple lining top off the colourful design.
Nike Air Force 1 UV
At first glance, it looks like we made a pretty obvious mistake including the clean Nike Air Force 1 UV in this list. But we can assure you, there is more to it! As the name of the sneaker suggests, UV-sensitive materials have been used for the upper, equipping the special release with a very unique feature.
If exposed to direct sunlight, the Air Force 1 transforms from a clean white sneaker to a colourful masterpiece. The plain leather base can suddenly turn into a combination of blue, yellow and purple shades and attracts way more attention than before. This special sneaker will surely surprise your friends and family.
Nike Dunk Low SE Free.99
The Nike Dunk Low Free.99 is a special edition featuring an asymmetrical colourway that combines a huge variety of different shades. Both shoes make use of a black leather base, while eye-catching hues have been placed on the overlays.
The left sneaker features green at the toe box, pink at the heel, yellow at the laces and blue at the lining. The counterpart uses the exact same colours, but places them on different parts of the Dunk Low. We get to see yellow at the heel, blue at the toe box, green at the laces and pink at the lining. The Free.99 theme makes an appearance on the insoles of the release with three different stickers.
Nike Air Force 1 Tear Away Arctic Punch
Most of you probably won’t fall for the same joke twice, as the Nike Air Force 1 Tear Away Arctic Punch does something very similar to the UV-sensitive release we showed you before. This time however, the AF1 doesn’t show its true colours under direct sunlight, but rather after you literally “destroyed” some parts of the shoe. That’s where the so-called “Tear Away” upper comes into play.
A thin layer of a white fabric is covering major parts of the shoe that need to be torn away. Once completely removed by hand, the sneaker reveals its colourful nature on the upper. We get to see a purple toe box, a yellow mid panel, a pink heel and an orange swoosh. After successfully cutting the fabric, the Air Force 1 gets a ragged appearance that tops off the entire design.
Reebok Kamikaze 2 Candy Land
The Reebok Kamikaze 2 Candy is probably the epitome of an eye-catching sneaker. Not one single part of the Reebok sneaker is being spared from paint. We get to see a wild mix of colours that is being shaped in a zig-zag pattern. Red, purple, yellow, blue, orange and green alternate from the bottom to the top of the sneaker. A pink “Candy Land” lettering is being placed on the tongue.
Nike SB Dunk Low What The P-Rod
Nike’s skateboarding department frequently teams up with famous skaters to design SB Dunk Lows with some very unique looks. Paul Rodriguez is one of those lucky individuals that managed to join the label with the swoosh as a teenager.
Since the first collaboration, both partners have launched several signature sneakers so far and there is no intend of stopping to do so. The skateboarder combined numerous colourways of previous releases and placed them on the Nike SB Dunk Low What The P-Rod. Some parts of the sneaker received the legendary elephant print from the “J-Rods”, while gradient Swooshes are reminiscent of the PlayStation inspired Dunk.
Diamond tiles further enhance the look of the release. In typical Nike “What The” fashion, the special edition arrives in an asymmetrical colourway, so the left shoe does not match the right one. Overall, the Nike SB Dunk Low What The P-Rod is one of the most colourful skateboarding sneakers out there.
Nike Dunk Low SE Easter
Every year, Nike is launching several sneakers in the so called “Easter” special edition, which usually end up being very colourful and eye-catching. That was also the case for 2021, as the Nike Dunk Low SE Easter received a makeover with many striking pastel colours.
We get to see a pink heel section, a mint green swoosh, purple lining and toe box overlays, blue eyelets as well as a speckled outsole and a yellow heel cap. All the different shades harmonise perfectly and draw a lot of attention to the feet.