Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Light Army” Got Brushed-Bronzed Look

Given the dominance of Air Jordan 1 in a year, it is not surprising that Nike plans to design dozens of new colors for Michael Jordan's first signature sneakers in 2021. Among these propositions, the "black/light army/sail/fresh mint" option provides an experimental brushed bronze look. At first glance, the upcoming pair resembles the silhouette now beloved "shadow" ensemble: "Black" takes over the toe box, midfoot and collar plate, and the "Air Jordan" brand on the side ankle flaps, while the gray suede Make up the bottom heel cover and flap above the ankle. However, the contours around the forefoot, lace guards and panels, deviate from the grayscale palette, which favors the shimmering brown makeup. Although the versatility of these coverings has not yet been seen, the design details are likely to make this Jordan 1 one of the most unconventional high roofs in 2021.

As proved last year, any Dunkel high offering is a fair game, the same (if not more) popular Dunkellow. While the former was wearing "Spartan Green" quite some time ago, Nike SB Dunk Low Trd Black Black LT Smoke Grey may have fallen into this very similarly colored low-top shade. The covering, as typical, is dressed as a headline green shade, wrapped above the counter, as it does the forefoot and eye stay. Swooshes, lace, and even the brand on the tongue followed closely behind, placed on a white woven label or a base of the same neutral leather. Even to the outsole, the pairing mimics the above, but it finds itself slightly separated because it avoids any and all tumbling.

After a strong holiday show, New Release Yeezy Boost 350 is continuing its momentum until 2021. Before we officially step into the new year, insiders have revealed some of what has been prepared, including the frozen Yeezy Boost 380. To commemorate the new season, 380 is effectively changing its trend of non-aggressive release. In order to distinguish it from the previous pair, this color matching method uses a new adjustment tool, one that is colored in straight blue and is marked with a pattern on the side, reminiscent of the upper knitting. The latter, as a complement, is finished with the lighter and slightly darker gray of the threads, matching most of the accents adjacent, except for the mint shade of the side stripes.