As part of its 39th anniversary, the New Air Force 1 Low helped SWoosh commemorate the first use of its logo. Recently, Bruce Kilgore’s iconic design appeared in another theme style, obsessed with “university gold”. Kind of reminiscent of the 2002 “acorn” arrangement, the upcoming pair has dark, soft coverings on a more vibrant foundation. However, the “first use” option is obsessed with the mesh structure of the entire golden bottom layer, rather than leather. The contour swing on the tongue and heel and the brand’s deviating shade from yellow took over most of the Air Force 1 low and supported the “white” talent; the date of the first use of the hook to stamp on the inner side followed closely. Finally, the two-tone rim option has a simple sole unit that provides a fan’s favorite chewing gum brown finish.
Nike SB Dunk Low is not a player who has stayed away from headlines for a long time. The most recent surface inspiration comes from Barcelona in La Liga. Although the unofficial photos of the pair of shoes do not clearly pay tribute to Barcelona, the maroon, navy and gold palette of the shoes matches the team’s jersey very well. In addition, the uniform of the Spanish football team is currently sponsored by Shishi, which is a cooperative shoe. However, the emerging full suede claim is more like a customized SB dunk low, rather than a suitable Nike SB style, because of the joint effort with 2004, the sneaker gave up the club badge on the heel. However, the alternate arrangement of this couple will definitely become a noteworthy addition to any collection.
Air Jordan 1 Fearless,In mid-October 2020, an orange Air Jordan1 Low OG recently appeared in unofficial ready-made images before the expected August release. This leather shoe is similar to the 2016 “Reverse Broken Back” retro style, because the “white” laid the foundation for a vibrant “starfish” overlay. The side profile provides a sharp “black” contrast, and the “wing” badge that appeared in 1985 on the heel. The sole unit is further integrated into the summer preparation palette of the low-top Jordan1, while reminiscent of the same excellent NikeDunkLow tool. Each component marks the return of the “remastered” of Michael Jordan’s first signature sneaker.