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2022 Latest Nike Dunk Low Scrap “Mismatch” DN5381-001

2020 Cheap Jordans, Launched over the past two years, the Nike Dunk Low Scrap has not only helped advance the company’s sustainability efforts, it has also breathed new life into Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design. As spring approaches, the silhouettes come in a mismatched palette of mostly white and black. The new launch is reminiscent of the earlier VaporMax EVO, which mixes many of the previous Air Max shapes with upcycled materials, a two-tone makeover and different clashing details. The synthetic leather and mesh fabrics that make up the top of this pair are cut and placed in an unconventional, apparently random fashion, given their “scrap” source. The Nike Dunk features shimmering silver components on the forefoot, while a prominent stitched silhouette and tongue add a touch of red, blue, pink and green to the mix. Underfoot, the sole unit provides the low-top’s only sense of symmetry, with a “colorless” midsole and bright blue outsole.
New Jordan 2020, In terms of popularity, the Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT didn’t replace any of Michael Jordan’s styles, but it helped further the legacy of Peter Moore’s 1985 design with modern tweaks. The redesigned version has just been released in a women’s-specific light grey and mild mint shades. Unlike the first generation of the revamped Air Jordan 1, future models will feature suede rather than leather. The components around the ankle, on the other hand, are visible through the cutaway swoosh, retaining their regular foam-like construction for greater flexibility and comfort. All of the aforementioned elements feature a purplish-grey hue, while the branding on the laces and tongue and lateral ankle features a greenish-yellow hue, reminiscent of the brand’s previous luminous finishes. Underfoot, the Jordans feature a similar two-tone color scheme to the upper, with a mint midsole.
While the world awaits the release of the Nike Air Force 1 in some of its high-profile partnerships, Bruce Kilgore’s 40-year-old design is experimenting with some new designs of his own. A recent addition is a grayscale alternative with a swoosh of cut contours. While not the first shoe to reinterpret the classic sidewall brand, the upcoming Air Force 1 appears to be part of a larger collection based on similar shades that have just surfaced. The tumbled leather padding shown at the toe cap, midfoot and spine has the darkest shade of grey in the product, which is not often seen in Nike Sportswear products. The laces, tongue and lining also feature a darker hue, but the branding on the tongue label and the cutout swoosh on the silhouette provide a “black” contrast to the mix. The sole unit built specifically for basketball comes in the three colors mentioned above, with the upper in a dark gray option.

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