At first glance, we get the popular Nike SB Dunk in a rather dark color solution. The black sole has an upper with a black plastic toe and a navy blue upper. The navy blue color was used for a leather mudguard and a plastic cage that resembled palm trees that bent in the wind.Between the Off White x Air Jordan 4 Sail Neptune Green and the original version by Virgil Abloh, which do you prefer? For my part, I vote without hesitation for the basketball personalized by Quonito. If we questioned the customizer, it is a safe bet that the latter would humbly give credit to the artistic director of Louis Vuitton. The American went from there to do something new. Off-white, the predominant color on sneakers, is becoming scarce in favor of a hypnotic turquoise green.Probably the next months will bring us some collaborations and a lot of other variants, but we have to be patient.
The Tuned Air series of Nike Kobe 11 shoes, despite several different models, has always been associated only with the Tuned 1 model. Subsequent releases were no longer as popular as the original, but on the other hand, we did not see them on store shelves for many years.Now that is about to change as the team in Beaverton, Oregon, is tapping into another silhouette from their extensive archive. At first glance, it can be said that the Air Max Plus II from 1999 is an illegitimate child of the Air Max 93 and Air Max Plus, which was brought up by the Air Max 97. Don't worry, let's explain our twisted thinking.Take a look at the toe and the big pillow under the heel, does it not remind you of the aforementioned AM93? The front of the sole and the overall Tuned Air cushioning system are of course the DNA carried over from the Air Max Plus. On the other hand, a small Swoosh on the side and wavy lines may be associated with the Air Max 97.Returning to the upcoming premiere, the original colors with a blue and white mesh upper will return to the first fire. It is complemented by neon lines on the side, a blue toe box and a dark design on the back.Next to them, we can expect two more variants, the photo of which is placed later in the post (it is not known whether they will be available for sale).
It is the Jordan 11 25th Anniversary, one of the most beautiful silhouettes designed by the illustrious Tinker Hatfield at a time when Michael Jordan was still playing on the floors of the NBA. As the name suggests, this is the player's fifth signature shoe and much to the delight of fans it turns 30 this year, like the Air Max 90 which is from elsewhere also Hatfield's work. On the occasion of this symbolic anniversary, the Beaverton firm and its famous subsidiary have decided to pay it a worthy tribute, in particular by concocting several new versions of the model to which this Air Jordan 5 '' Apple will soon be added. Green ''. Inspired by the 'Oregon Ducks' version of 2013, the pair are revealed today on Sneaker Style pending their release scheduled for Saturday, September 12. Without transition, room for presentations.However, you will take a closer look, because the mesh construction of the shoe is covered with a pattern of hexagonal shapes. The pattern also appears on the tongue and on the back of the shoe, where additionally a reflective 3M material was used, which made the shoes unique. The whole is complemented by silver and white accents on the top of the upper and on the tongue, as well as the Swoosh on the side of the shoe.
Bolstered by these Jordan 5 What The CZ5725-700, which are now fetching gold on resell sites, the Swoosh brand and the Jumpman brand have seen fit to continue the festivities undertaken to commemorate the anniversary of the AJ5. With this in mind, they opted for a colorful imprint that is reminiscent of the Air Jordan 5 '' Oregon Ducks '' presented to basketball players at the University of Oregon in 2013. Rest assured, it does not matter. This time it is not a PE version, for "Player Only", but a general public version that you can therefore try to copy in a few days. As long as you like green. And for good reason, the Jordan 5 "Apple Green" is aptly named. It features a green suede dress contrasted with black inserts at the back of which has been added a label similar to those found on Nike basketball jerseys. On the back of the lace-up tab, the OEM's creative teams have branded "ELEVATE", as if to remind us of the Air Jordan's primary functionality.