In the sneaker world, it is very common for regular releases to have a full-size run. However, kids-exclusive sneakers rarely get made in adult sizes. And it’s driving us mad that we might never wear some particularly fire designs because they don’t come in our sizes. Today, we list out 3 kids-exclusive sneakers which we wish were available in adult sizes.
Nike Air Jordan 4 GS “Lemon Venom”
Just announced not long ago, the Nike Air Jordan 4 “Lemon Venom” is, devastatingly to some, a grade school girls exclusive release.
The silhouette is definitely classic Air Jordan 4, with the body totally dressed in white. Translucent neon can be spotted at the mudguard, ankle straps and branded patch on the tongue; while a contrasting hot pink is in place of the mesh, eyelets and heel tab.
Overall, the “Lemon Venom” is a rather simplistic design. But you can’t deny that the refreshing color palette is perfect for the summer season, and most importantly, for our everyday rotation.
So Nike, please do something about it. For those who can fit in GS sizes, make sure to cop the “Lemon Venom” on August 14 for the price of $150 USD.
Nike Air Jordan 1 Mid GS “Dynamic Yellow”
The Air Jordan 1 Mid GS “Dynamic Yellow” isn’t that jaw-dropping upon first glance. But what makes it so special that we want it in adult sizes?
We can start off with the color scheme. A white smooth leather upper is complemented with bright yellow overlay panels, where a touch of black can be found on the branding. The “Dynamic Yellow” is destined to be a head turner.
On top of that, yellow roses are practically growing out of the Swoosh. The embroidery of the yellow petals and green stems is so elegant that it elevates the design. An outsole in the same bright yellow pleasingly completes the aesthetic.
Most of us would agree that the “Dynamic Yellow” would make a great normal sized sneaker release. So Nike, please make it happen. Meanwhile, you can get the pair in GS sizes right here at kickscrew.com.
Nike Air Max 90 LTR (GS) “Rose Pink”
For some reason, sneakers meant for kids exclusively have the more appealing colors.
Although the silhouette of the Nike Air Max 90 LTR “Rose Pink” is no different from ordinary, the combination of Rose Pink and Grey truly captures out heart.
In this iteration, grey leather panels lay over the pure white upper. The pleasant Rose Pink pokes through the eyestay, Air Max branding and heel tab. On the sole, the pink has a greater presence by surrounding the exposed Air unit and extending to the toe.
We just wish more colors like these can be featured in future adult sized releases.
That’s all we have for you today. Do you have a favorite GS colorway you wish were available in your size? Let us know!