New Air Jordan 5 Low Black Metallic Gold Set To Debut In May

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New Air Jordan 5 Low Black Metallic Gold Set To Debut In May

New Jordan "return to zero" program accelerates, sustainability has gradually penetrated into many of the brand's annual series. This ring fits the "real" package because it ostensibly invites hippies 04 along the beloved space. Compared with previous products, this model shows the national flag more cleverly, and attributed its colorful details to the brand and stitching. For example, the Swoosh logo uses red, blue and yellow as the background, and the word "Nike" on the heel amplifies the sound in a rainbow-like style. More importantly, in addition to a little purple on the counter, the eyelets, middle stitching and mini grid also show off similar multi-colors. Elsewhere, the shoe upper was adjusted to light gray, and the sole showed its fragments against a light blue background.

Although it has recently been confirmed that 12 pairs of shoes are part of the Jordan Brand Summer 2021 retro series, NIKE, Inc. still keeps a few pairs of shoes secret. Among them, an Air Jordan 5 Low covered with "black/metallic gold" has just surfaced through an unofficial physical model. Although the final product may be different, a low-top Jordan depicts a preliminary depiction of a cow nubuck leather upper in shades. The silhouette of the lace guard and mesh details follow, but the shoulder strap switching and the tongue tip provide a sharp "metallic gold" contrast. The heel of these shoes is not shown in the picture, but considering the shark-tooth-inspired accent on the midsole is obsessed with this color, it is likely to boast the trapeze logo in the same shiny tone. Finally, the rest of the sole reverts to a full "black" aesthetic, but some treads across the entire outsole may introduce a translucent "smoky" style.

Nike SB Dunk Low Janoski Flyleather was released in September 2020. It not only marks a new chapter in the history of Stefan Janoski's classic sneakers, but also marks the tradition of Swoosh. At first glance, Nike SB's latest design concept follows a design language, and skating enthusiasts all over the world are beginning to think of Janoski. However, inspections of the building showed that a more sustainable product was used-at least 50% recycled leather fiber. In addition, the embroidered Swoosh, laces and labels on the tongue were repeatedly checked to determine whether it was lighter, but the same durable version could constitute the final product. The latest "Pure Platinum/Emperor" cladding shoes offer the same performance advantages as Janoski's previous shoes, but they are a big step towards the future.

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