Decades later, the Swoosh has decided to recitalize the old school sneaker. Taking on a Phoenix Suns-inspired color scheme, the pair sees an overhaul of purple, black and orange take over the mid-top profile, with the speckled midsole and tribal print provide retro sensibility throughout. Be on the lookout for the Nike Air Tech Challenge Huarache “Phoenix Suns” coming soon at Wish.
The Hardwood Classics collection from Mitchell & Ness is a niche within the storied sportswear label that truly embodies the brand’s motto of being “The Nostalgia Company.” Each of the jerseys is made up from authentic poly textured mesh with two layer tackle twill appliqués. The jerseys are rounded out with embroidered felt and year patchwork as well as the expected surname and number hit.
The latest shipment to drop at Wish includes the classic Dominique Wilkins Atlanta Hawks 1986 – 1987 Road Jersey, the Patrick Ewing New York Knicks 1996 – 1997 Jersey, and the Kevin Johnson Phoenix Suns 1996 – 1997 Jersey. Both the Hawks and Phoenix Suns jersey are now available in-store and online for a retail tag of $200 USD while the Patrick Ewing is going for $260 USD.
Long a favorite silhouette of Jordan aficionados, the Beaverton camp is set to release a new colorway of the iconic Jordan 8. Mocked up in a Bright Citrus, Phoenix Suns-inspired iteration, the shoe is set to release through Wish on May 18, 2013 and has seen a few previews already via the likes of Trinidad James
Stay tuned for further imagery of the Phoenix Suns Jordan 8 Retro, but in the meantime set your calendar for an May 18 drop date through Wish.