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Union Los Angeles Takes on the Nike Cortez

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Luis Torres

Union Los Angeles continues to cook up eye-catching collaborations. The Los Angeles-based boutique has been on nearly every hot silhouette. From the Air Jordan 2 to the Nike Dunk Low, Union’s influence is found in every corner of the sneaker world.

The longtime Nike partner is returning to its Angeleno roots as the boutique is set to release a collaborative Nike Cortez. The upcoming Union LA x Nike Cortez collection is built with a canvas textile-like base paired with premium suede overlays. Union’s signature UN/LA tag lands near the shoe’s toe box while its Frontman logo dons the heel. Co-branded cork insoles accompany the pair as well. As of now, the Union x Nike Cortez collection consists of several colorways — beige, red, and blue; black, blue, and green; grey, blue, yellow, and pink; tan, purple, yellow, and red.

The Union LA x Nike Cortez collection releases on June 21 on Store.UnionLosAngeles.com and on SNKRS at a later date. There’s no indication as to which colorways will be a Union-exclusive. A price point for the Cortez is not confirmed either. As always, our sneaker monitors and release day strategy will have members ready for drop day.

Stay tuned to SoleSavy for more sneaker-related news from your favorite brands, including Union and Nike.

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