TODDLER MARS YARD
A resounding decision by both brand and artist, the ever-legendary Nike collaborations by Tom Sachs are back once more though with striking modifications to size. With many pining for the return of the Mars Yard in classic form and others still reeling from the Overshoe despite cutting off its outer shroud, the public is still in want, and though they may not be quite as satisfied with this upcoming capsule, their littles ones sure will be. Set to release once again though in kids sizes, the orange suedes and striking astronomical proportions of its design see miniaturized make-ups in three different iterations.
The first, which is more true to its original’s likeness, is meant for kids slightly older: palettes are still left as is with soles taking on an appearance more akin to the Free Run than anything else thanks to its segmented construction. Straps add an extra layer of visual bulk as well as convenience, creating a near perfect creation with embellishments that wouldn’t be too farfetched on adult sizes. For the much younger, the creative stalwart has used the same curved sole seen on other crib pairs with texture and tone doing more in the way of connection than panelling itself. Departing entirely, the last, which is unequivocally the most distinct, bears resemblance to his last endeavor as it bears white uppers and icy blue soles — only shrouds are entirely foregone.
Grab a detailed look at what’s in store right here and expect pairs to be releasing in cribs sizes from 1C to 4C and toddlers from 5C to 10C on October 9th.