The Nike Air Force 1 sneaker may make its debut about 40 years ago, but it is still one of the most popular and best-selling sneakers in the world. Embracing tradition and modernity, Bruce Kilgore's designs are constantly reimagined through the lens, reflecting current fashion trends. The next pair will continue to demonstrate this by introducing a grid pattern and a new experimental brand form. The palette of white, black and royal blue provides a fresh new style for the Swoosh audience. The shoes are based on the familiar white smooth leather with a rubber midsole. The blue swooshare is decorated on both sides and is animated by a black outline. The black hue also applies to other brand elements, such as the heel label and the "AIR" logo on the midsole. In addition, "Nike" has black embroidery on the forefoot on the side, which is a design clue that has never been seen before. The experiment continued with the blue heel tag choosing a patent leather construction with a smooth appearance and a tongue display grid pattern. The tongue can also find a way to make the brand interesting—especially adding a vague movement effect to the Nike logo. Finally, a small amount of royal blue is the final color touch applied to the sock liner and outsole in this experimental but sleek style.

Newly Jordans is well known in the sneaker world, and this Amsterdam artist is responsible for some of the most exciting Swoosh collaborations. To commemorate the Tokyo Olympics and the debut of skateboarding on the world stage, Nike SB once again commissioned him to design a series of uniforms and a very special Nike Dunk Low Retro. When asked this question, Para thought: "What should I wear if I go skating on my own?" Next is a vibrant mix of patterns and colors, each referring to the scenery and his previous s work. Black outlines, patterns strung together in red, blue and pink tones, all on toes, eyes staying, and heels. The off-white neutral is then balanced below, while a brighter, bleached finish dress adjoins the laces and midsole. Our feet are surrounded by chewing gum, with black plaid patches on the sides, and a common brand logo on the insoles.

Air Jordan 13 "Obsidian" is a new color for Jordan 13, Latest Jordans News ,which will be released as part of the Jordan brand 2020 spring and summer series. Dressed in white, obsidian and dark pink blue. This Charlotte Hornet-themed Air Jordan 13 features a white leather upper, dark blue padding, a skydiving logo on the tongue with a light blue accent, and a rubber outsole. This version is released in OG packaging and a full range of sizes. When you think of Dunk High School, its two-tone appearance will soon come to your mind. The color block is rooted in the existence of the silhouette itself, and has been released for decades, laying the foundation for the retro and newly released "aluminum" color matching. This pair of shoes has only declined in women's sizes and is very close to the popular "University Blue" Pantone. Although this may not be an exact nod to UNC, the tar heel is easy to confuse, because the blue is only lighter than the several previously mentioned hues. It wears Swoosh, cover, lining, and tread, while the leather base and lace unit choose a neutral white finish.

Air Jordan 13 Obsidian Powder Blue 414571-144 Release Date