New Jordan 2020, Over the years, the "Shattered Backboard" color scheme has been redefined many times, and some iterations are more popular than others. Although not completely imitated, the color combination definitely has some influence on this upcoming Air Force 1 GORE-TEX. The specific highlights of the model were proposed as usual, and the embroidery on the forefoot spelled out the name of GORE-TEX with bold fonts. At the back, there is an additional brand depression on the heel, the text is far less concise than the above, and the double logo on the tongue. In terms of color matching, this pair of shoes follows the theme of "Shattered Backboard", using bright warm colors on the back palm, Swoosh and forefoot. The dark brown makes all other points of the package appear rounded-such as the tumbling leather toe, synthetic midplane, lining, etc.-in stark contrast to the "sail" that completes the midsole and laces.
2020 Cheap Jordans, It has been 36 years since the Nike Dunk Low debuted, and many achievements have been made. However, as the explosive growth of popularity over the past three years has shown, Peter Moore’s iconic design has left a lot of creativity in the tank. Regarding its latest claim, this sneaker designed for basketball uses a simple "white" and "pink" color scheme in a child-only version. This new pair of shoes uses "colorless" makeup throughout the upper and sole units. The synthetic leather panel on the top uses different shades of "white", while the midsole and tread are made of foam and rubber. Then, the most noticeable color deviation comes from the silhouette whirlwind of Nike Dunk, which has a sharp "pink velvet" contrast. Different from the past styles, the "NIKE" brand on the tongue label and the Achilles heel cover choose a low-key appearance instead of adding the fun of side logos. Nonetheless, each of the above components helps to create a compelling work that will push Moore's design heritage into the next 36 years.
Retro Jordan 2021, Zoom Freak 3 "Dutch Blue" combines a relaxing blue hue, reminding us of the fresh waters of the Mediterranean off the coast of his native Greece. We saw this color combination in Ronnie Fieg's New Balance 997.5 collaboration, because he used to look for design inspiration while on vacation in Mykonos. The Nike version uses soft Dutch blue fenders, turquoise and ghostly contrast, Swoosh and metallic gold decorations on the tongue, and translucent midfoot straps. Perhaps what best illustrates the design concept is the line on the ankle, perhaps imitating the flow of water.
The Nike Air Max 90 is no stranger to luxury—especially in the holiday season. This year is no exception, the silhouette again uses eye-catching leopard print. Throughout the season, toes, insteps and collars, the iconic fur dominates the stage, displaying black and brown spots on the golden artificial fur on the top. The adjacent same dark neutral constructs more standard fixtures such as mudguards, heel tags, eye supports and shoe laces. The windows along the Swoosh, "Nike Air" logo and "Air Max" logo are changed to soft gray, which is slightly different from the white of the tongue label and midsole.