In continuing the theme of card games and board games, the Jordan brand traded the Air Jordan 1 low Spades, carefully decorated with intricate paisley patterns etched on the leather, while representing a fairly powerful hand in the hole-the king and queen of spades . Just like the Air Force No. 1 "Spades" disclosed not long ago, the low "Spades" of Jordan Airways No. 1 exudes the luxury of the two highest face cards on the deck, in red, white and gold. The noble character of the High Court. K and Q are embroidered on the forefoot fox of the shoe, and the shovel suit — wearing a vault — sits proudly on the tongue. This elegant theme is likely to also appear on other Nike sportswear models, but wouldn’t it be nice to see this on the Jordan Air 1 high?
Although the professional running track has changed since the birth of Covid-19, players from companies such as New Sale Air Jordan have not stopped its performance operation innovation. On the contrary, in the past year, some brands have launched their latest and greatest sneakers, many people are passionate, because doing so has given athletes all over the world some expectations. For its latest proposition, Swoosh has equipped the Nike ZoomX steam to fly the next %2 in a simple but versatile "white/black" color channel. Although more of a slight evolution than a complete revolution from its immediate predecessor, the new silhouette provides improved functionality. Lightweight, engineered mesh can provide newer breathability without sacrificing durability. The building around the forefoot also followed closely because of its significantly enhanced makeup, leaving the exaggerated brand of previous runners intact. The filling on the tongue handles the lace pressure complaint from the first steam fly NEXT, further providing comfort for the new model. Elsewhere, the controversial full-length carbon plate at the foot of the ZoomX foam enables unprecedented propulsion and energy return. Finally, the well-thought-out traction and 8mm offset provide some familiar journeys that are refreshing for most people.
The relationship between Craig Green and New Release Yeezy Boost 350 is one of the more collaborations of the brand. Every season, the designer takes the existing silhouette and adjusts it to an imaginative level, usually appearing on the other end as a completely different product. Here, the ZX 2K booster (named ZX 2K Phormar here) is advancing its own transformation, and the blue and white color channel will be released this month. Although they may be different in the palette, both products show off the same structure. Perspective slits define the appearance of each pair, with dark three stripes and lighter composites a bit hidden underneath. Elsewhere, tension threads add to Green's iconic aesthetic flair as they go from the collar to the heel. The lace switches adjacent, and then, adds a little utility, and the partially wrapped booster sole increases the cushioning of the sole. With the Utah Jazz hitting it out this season, Adidas celebrates Donovan Mitchell's D. o. n. No. 2 further version is appropriate. This upcoming "Great Fire" ribbon ostensibly aims to do just that, waving its lace and proud theme. The plan itself seems to downplay the title. Looking ahead, the mesh dye is bright, lively "sun yellow", while the heel is fighting in a similar neon tone "sun red". This duality may reflect the combination of "speed" and "power" that Mitchell demonstrated in court, while also mimicking the flame mentioned in the product's name. To complement, the midsole uses a gradient of two tones and lining the dress with literally flame. The brand, then, is finished on top of the black tongue and string.