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sacai x Nike Blazer Low “Iron Grey” DD1877-002 will be released on August 4th

New Jordan 2020, sacai is similar to Off-White, UNDERCOVER, AMBUSH, and has been busy preparing for the Tokyo Olympics. In addition to the brand’s clothing series, we can also look forward to seeing the collaboration model Blazer Low not one but two colors. This pair of shoes is different from the bright “British Tan” that should be matched. It keeps its appearance simple, but chooses to use the “Iron Grey” palette as the main. Although it has been released in South Africa, Blazer Low has not officially gone global, and its widespread release may be postponed to match the sportswear scheduled for sale on August 4. Like many of these works, the shoe upper uses a neutral tone. The suede on the bottom layer is dark gray, while the leather covering, laces and outer Swoosh have their own textures. Then, thanks to the white lines below, the double pattern stands out better, matching the style of its predecessors, but softer.
2020 Cheap Jordans, Color matching is absolutely nothing new for the Nike Air Force 1. However, Swoosh managed to design a new color matching method by creatively creating the model’s lace collar. This method has been seen on AF1 in aqua tone and is now also available for white and “shallow bone” options. The new version uses a white, cream-colored pebbled leather upper, and the rubber sole unit uses a matching tone. The profile Swooshes, lace collar, tongue and heel label are all in beige called “Light Bone”. This combination of white and beige creates a sleek and simple look that is in keeping with the trend of shoes in neutral tones. As for the brand elements, the Nike logo on the tongue label and heel label unexpectedly adopted the “deep royal”, adding the final color to the original two-color style.
Retro Jordan 2021, As one of the most popular styles this year, Nike Dunk Low will continue to expand its product range-which may mean multiple interpretations of existing styles. Following the launch of the black “Multi-Camo” Dunk Low in February, it is another pair of shoes that mixes various camouflage prints, but generally adopts a lighter approach. This new member of the Nike Dunk collection includes a “Sail” textile base with a patterned leather overlay. The choice of camouflage applied to each overlay varies from shoe to shoe to create a mismatched look. However, both shoes have a “retro green” accent to balance the camouflage print with warm colors. Dark green is applied to leather elements such as Swoosh and shoelaces, as well as textile components such as insoles and tongue tags. The white rubber sole unit is located below the bottom, and the outsole is colored in the above-mentioned green to complete the multi-camouflage appearance.
Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses, To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the swoosh logo, Nike Sportswear’s “First Use” series has become one of the most extensive lineups in the category’s recent memory. Although Nike Air Max 97 has appeared in the roster before, it has recently appeared in a hue that is close to “blood orange”, reminiscent of it. Unlike previous iterations of Christian Tresser’s iconic design, the upcoming pair of shoes incorporates suede and canvas paneling. The “colorless” arrangement falls on the tongue and midsole, and the pull-tabs at the collar, underside of the tongue and heel are in black style. Similar to other claims under the “first use” banner, the latest Air Max has some retro-style logos, the most obvious example is in the midsole and midfoot; the first appearance of swoosh-June 18, 1971- The old-fashioned logo printed on this side of the sneaker is directly below.

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