Yesterday, the New Jordan
released their 2021 Spring Stand Out. This series allowed Air Jordan to wear a new color scheme more than once. And, as the latest information proves, this is not all of 2021, because a striking "Bordeaux" color scheme will land next fall. As the model predicts, the nominal color will be applied to almost all coverings and tongues. This bright red, almost purple hue implies luxury because it runs parallel to the swoosh logo of metallic silver. Elsewhere, the nylon tongue and leather lower layer were dressed in a low-key white, completing a release, very loosely following the OG blockage.
Nike has handled the latest attention of NIKE SB Dunk
very well, ensuring that the general release, exclusive cooperation and skate shop-specific products are placed on the 2020 release list. Although all products for 2021 have not yet been launched, this skateboard sneaker is asking an old friend for one of the most coveted shoes this year: Supreme. The full release details are still unclear, but the four-pair cooperation SB dunk plan is launched, which includes "white/metallic gold/average green" as shown in the picture. Although this pair of low-top sneakers was a collaboration in 2003 with the streetwear brand that was recently acquired for $2.1 billion, this low-top sneaker offers a new eye-catching color proposition. The smooth "white" leather lays the foundation for the brightly colored crocodile skin covering the entire upper; the sparkling star pattern joins the midfoot mix and match to commemorate the high point of the skateboard brand SB dunk 17 years ago.
South Korean idol G-Dragon and Nike will finally launch a "white" version on November 25th, starting from the end of 2019, continuing their acclaimed NIKE Air Force 1 Para Noise
collaboration. Early rumors about the collaborator's second effort were accompanied by an inverted proposition model. However, the official image has dispelled this idea, but the upcoming pair is undoubtedly the "negative" of the initial collaboration with the K-Pop superstar's Peaceminsoune studio. The frayed upper was indulged in the pure "white" scheme in the subsequent release, while the sole unit adopted the "black" stripe of the first item; shoelaces, side Swoosh logo, heel brand and lining also followed closely. Rear. The embroidered daisy pattern reappears on the tongue, flanked by the pins on the creative label of the former Big Bang member. Like the first "quasi-noise" work, Air Force One, which cooperated for the second time, drew a G-Dragon picture below the upper deck.