With its newfound mainstream attention, Nike Dunk High recently appeared in the color scheme of "Sail/Team Red/Light Ivory" before the rumored release date of early 2021. Although neither of these two colors are new to the Nike sportswear category, these three colors are welcome additions to silhouettes that were once widely overlooked. The soles and leather soles of this new pair of shoes are exactly the same as the women’s “football gray” seen before; the coverings around the forefoot and heel, as well as the tongue and sides of the shoe present a sharp “team red” contrast (in certain angles) Half brown). The light cream composition is accompanied by a deep red hue, making it even more carnival in the spotlight. At the foot, this dunk has an animated outsole in nominal tones, bringing some styles of uppers, and a "sail" midsole in other tones.
News about Kobe Bryant related products almost disappeared after the girl’s father tragically passed away on January 26 this year. Although there are still some hesitations in discussing Kobe's product line with Nike, more rumors are still emerging. Nike Kobe 6 Protro Orange County debuted in 2011. This "orange peel/black/cannon" pair of shoes is designed to pay tribute to Los Angeles, the host city of the NBA All-Star Weekend. With the design inspiration from East Los Angeles (shoutout Boyle Heights) and Hollywood, the design of "Orange County" faded the afterglow of the sunset to the contoured scaly upper. The tongue and collar are proud of the pure citrus tone, while the side Swoosh logo and molded heel structure interrupt the OC-inspired palette with its silver makeup. Under the foot, the Zoom Air-Encapsung midsole and multi-directional tread abandon any vibrant color schemes and replace them with a combination of "black" and cool gray.
Although the "best" list is still one month away, the best contender for the "sneaker of the year" is undoubtedly the Air Jordan 1. Only the cooperation with Dior has pushed it to the stratosphere that sportswear products have never experienced. But before the end of this year's silhouette, there are rumors that it will launch a "retro high OG" form with a color scheme of "pollen/black/white". The early model of the upcoming pair of shoes is similar to the 1999 Nike dunk high pole "Wu Tang" (currently seeking 5-digit aftermarket). Although the final retail product may look completely different (like the Jordan 4 "Starfish"), this early rendering provides an idea of color blocks and palettes. A satin-like yellow covering sits on a suede surface with a batch of "black" bottom pads running through the entire forefoot, midfoot and ankle. The "NIKE AIR" brand on the tongue also incorporates the "pollen" hue, as does the shoelace. Around the upcoming Jordan 1, the sole unit indulged in a tried-and-tested "white" midsole, and their soles were known as all-black arrangements.