Just a heads up for everyone who was looking to pick up the nike classic cortez leather se, it’s now available! Part of the Cortez Compton pack, this all-white iteration of the Cortez comes constructed out of a nylon upper with hits of leather placed throughout the shoe. Suede overlays also accompany the shoe to give the shoe a versatile motif. The most noteworthy feature on the shoe is without a doubt the 1972 embroidery placed on the heel, which depicts the year that the Nike Cortez was released. If you’re looking to pick up a pair, the shoe just dropped at select retailers for $75.
Nike’s recently-launched women’s nike cortez “Stop Sign” line features pretty interesting detailing on the heel in the form of its stop sign graphic, and now after the launch of their “medium grey” version back in December, the Swoosh is launching another colorway seemingly inspired by the legendary Parra x Patta x Air Max 1 “Cherrywood.”Featuring a varsity red upper interrupted by only a chlorine blue, the Nike Cortez “Stop Sign” retains the Cortez’s classic midsole and overall silhouette for an OG feel. On the tongue, you’ll also find additional detailing in the phrase “The Traditional Never Stops” being sewn on
For those of you who like to keep it old school, take a look at both classic colorways that make up the nike cortez basic premium qs.As the name of the pack suggests, Nike decided to keep everything about the shoe as original as can be. No updated in tech, no change of materials or anything like that, Just a clean Cortez made out of leather done in color scheme that made the shoe the icon it is today. The shoes come in your choice of White and Black or White, Red and Blue also known as the Forrest Gump colorway. The White midsole come with the traditional colored stripe, while tonal White laces and branding on the tongue, heel and panels complete the look.
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