Although a bit of ignoring its high-profile and mid-level siblings, Air Jordan Low 1 Silver Toe is still flexible and regularly launches new color streams. After appearing in a white/gray palette similar to Berlin’s urban beautification, the silhouette is now rolling in another gray-scale entry in the family tree in the form of the upcoming “black/metallic silver” installment. Judging from the appearance of its colors, one can certainly make an argument that it essentially carries the same spirit as the recently launched Jordan Air 1 high “silver toe”. In this low-cut product, the foil-y finish settles down with quarter paneling and toe boxes, while a solid black hue is responsible for smearing the leather covering and side Swooshes. More silver accents appear on the brand’s tongue and high heels. The former sees through the less popular vault embellishment, while the latter chooses the usual ball wing badge.
Judging from the market prospects of basketball, few people have won the approval of Air Jordan 35 Fire Red both on hardwoods and on shelves. After appearing on Jason Tatum’s new PE colorway, the silhouette is now being transformed with the smallest “flaming red”. As its name suggests, this court is preparing to iterate the regressive theme of the channel, often with the retro-style Jordan Air 3, Jordan Air 4 and Jordan Air 5. The upper part of the breathable mesh, together with its accompanying leather covering, is completely soaked in white, and is equipped with title notes sprinkled on the mid-foot cable, socks lining and various brand hits, such as the tongue and ankle of the jumper logo and Nike air hits Heel label. In addition, the background of the tongue and back label is overwhelmed by soft gray. When you transition down, people will notice that the aggressive Eclipse board is also painted “flaming red” and is paired with an all-white midsole and outsole.
The first rumor was in late November 2020. The original Adidas Yates Quantum Basketball quietly returned today, March 1. Initially launched during the NBA All-Star Weekend (2020) in Chicago, the performance basketball mode has enjoyed a relatively bland life cycle. However, given the eagerness of 2021 Yeezy Boost and the three-stripe adventurous enthusiasts for the non-Yeezy 350 V2 version, the latest pair is a welcome step in the right direction. Like the original claim, the hoop-ready model maintains the upper part of the mixed material, with a richly patterned Primeknit base, covered with curved synthetic panels, and the entire midfoot. The neoprene collar deviated from Yeezy’s low-top product as a product that may be brewing for the subsidiary. Under the feet, BOOST cushioning is accompanied by a translucent, fishbone patterned outsole, which blends fashion and function well.