There are plenty of sneakerheads who enjoy lacing up in vintage sneaker and Nike Sportswear happens to have a myriad of options. However, the Nike Killshot VNTG is one particular model that some sneakerheads may not even be too familiar with. In fact, the Killshot may seem too plain and simple to many sneakerheads, but those in search of an all-purpose sneaker will not be disappointed. The latest Nike release 2015 of the Killshot VNTG will take place later in the fall since Nike has whipped up a new colorway of the silhouette.
The Killshot VNTG is known for being a classic all-court sneaker that Nike first introduced roughly around the 1980s. Back in the spring of April this year, Nike Sportswear dropped some dope vintage makeovers of the Killshot VNTG. Folks who love wearing khakis have been pairing the Killshot VNTG with their outfits for a very long time. The three colorways that Nike released are quite similar because their antiqued uppers are dressed up entirely in off-white and topped with grey suede paneling. The only difference between the three colorways is their varying accents, namely blue, green and red. The finishing “vintage” details that can be spotted on the sneakers include the orange-colored Nike Swoosh logo featured on its exposed foam nylon tongue.
The upcoming rendition of the Nike Killshot VNTG is also similar to the colorways mentioned above, although it lacks the pop of color. The sneaker’s vintage aesthetic sports a white nylon upper with traces of contrasting black and ivory that can be spoted throughout. The side panels are covered by large black Nike Swoosh logos, while both the heel and tongue tags of the sneaker feature Nike branding.
While the Nike release 2015 of this sneaker is slated to take place this year, Nike Sportswear has not yet announced the release date. Nonetheless, sneakerheads can expect this Nike Killshot VNTG colorway to hit the shelves during fall this year.