When Japan's Hender planned to launch their MIP-01- to take on the favorite Air Force No. 1 at a high premium-they started a trend that is still active in sneakers. Soon, just like a few years ago, the front line of natural tanning, dressed and released like this upcoming Air Force No. 1 aircraft Vachetta Tan. In order to obtain the title of "craftsmanship", the two carried out some urgently needed material upgrades. Unlike previous options, Vacheta tan leather helms, paneled with a subtle, luxurious tumbling most of the construction. In contrast, Swoosh and heel tags prefer a reptile-like appearance, which further adds to the already advanced aesthetic. Elsewhere, the white sole is finished below and the nylon tongue tries to match the color of its surroundings.
Since the beginning of 2021, there has not been a week without a new sports jacket. This year, Jordan 2020 Release has invested a lot of energy in the classic version, launched a paint-covered color scheme, and even launched some car-inspired versions designed by Grant Taylor. Although it looks like it is evading its roots, Blazer Mid will soon launch a basketball-themed product. Except for the sole, the entire appearance is marked with a red/blue gradient. The design of this pair of shoes does not differ much from the original. The white leather still grounds the entire building, laying the foundation for the gray suede panels and some dark Swoosh. The shoelaces, then, swapped some patterned variations of the usual strings; these resulted in a set of NBA-inspired metal logos, which provided a clearer text background basketball on the heel as well as "no regrets" and "just do it" Slogan, write it aside.
In the earliest teaser spring 2021 sneakers, Air Jordan 1 retro high OG Fusion Red first appeared in August 2020 through an unauthorized model. Recently, before the rumored June 21 release date, this dynamic proposal appeared in a detailed product snapshot. At first glance, the two gave up the color palette associated with the team and tradition, and historically kept Peter Moore's original design. The "white" tumbling leather laid the foundation for the "light red" smooth overlay of the forefoot, midfoot and heel. The side Swoosh logo and collar are also very eye-catching, but to do this, Nike SB and Nike Sportswear will have a "laser orange" hue in all options in 2020. Other details-wings logo, collar lining, outsole-are obsessed with the sharp "black" contrast, but their gradients, the animated shadows on the tongue of this Jordan 1 "Nike Air" brand.