2022 Latest Air Jordan 11 Low “Pure Violet” AH7860-101

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2022 Latest Air Jordan 11 Low “Pure Violet” AH7860-101

For the Air Jordan 11, Jordan Brand usually saves the retro and high-top versions for winter, but spring and summer are when the Air Jordan 11 Low tends to shine the most. In the coming months, sports brand Beaverton will unveil the colorway "Pure Violet" to demystify the lifestyle model. Its overall design builds on a traditional two-tone palette that combines neutrals and pastels. The upper design combines mesh and leather materials on the tongue, side panels and heel. The special design comes from the rope laces with angel shades. A solid purple color scheme covers the design of the suede fenders, while the classic Jumpman logo appears on the heel and footbed. The midsole leaves a colorless appearance, and there is also a "pure purple" tint on the outsole. Preliminary reports say they are expected to drop at $190 in April 2022, but Nike has yet to confirm that.
New Jordan 2020, Nike Kyrie Irving and Sneakerroom founder Suraj Kaufman's Kyrie 7 "Mother Nature" forged an unbreakable bond in their shared childhood tragedy of losing their mother, resulting in one of the most celebrated shoes of the past decade. The duo teamed up with Nike to create limited-edition colorways of Kyrie Irving’s signature shoes, each featuring a mix of red, pink and gold embellished to symbolize a mother’s unwavering love. For the 2022 and Kyrie 7, the two elevate the interpretation by creating two colorways inspired by Mother Nature.
2020 Cheap Jordans, Kaufman on @boardroom "We're talking about motherhood and how we're made: Mother Nature. Mother Earth. Let's think about that... Let's get in touch with the elements." Land, Sea, Air, and Fire Elements are highlighted on both shoes, with illustrations at the heels reminiscent of those in children's books. Covered with a heart, the Swoosh logo continues the "I Love You Mom" ​​tradition that has grown into a charity campaign that has raised over $500,000.
Retro Jordan 2021, The Nike React Atlas is one of the most visually striking shoes in the brand's collection. Unlike the Rebel Jordan and Air Force 1 Fontanka, however, it relies on an intricate, groove-heavy design rather than an impact factor. And when the silhouette is finally released later this year, it looks like it will be available in neutral and earth tones. On the other hand, this colorway distills nature into its most important components. A dark forest-like green sweeps across the slopes and hills of the upper, also darkening the side Swooshed. Behind the counter, a more autumnal feel prevails, with browns, yellows and oranges forming a proper tricolor. In addition to being mostly black, the undersole is brighter, accentuating many angles in a soothing sky blue.

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