Dior-Colored Nike Air Force 1 Metallic Swooshes Coming Soon

Dior-Colored Nike Air Force 1 Metallic Swooshes Coming Soon


As a leader in the field of sportswear, Hot Sale Jordans often has to use their innovations to promote innovation. The brand has since upgraded runners to the point of controversy. Even their basketball series are developed in parallel, like this year's Air Zoom BB NXT, its latest color scheme provides a resounding heat map inspiration design. Matched with the usual performance configuration functions of this model, the pattern is leading on the vamp, sublimated in two shades of blue and red. The latter is brighter in the toe, lower profile and strength of the heel, while the bottom of the Swoosh logo is surrounded by darker cool colors. This treatment then abruptly ended in the soles, linings, and lace units who dressed up as a mixture of dark navy and black with subtle red accents scattered across the flat laces and brand.

For many years, Nike Air Force 1 has been a blank canvas for Nike, allowing Nike to use a variety of materials and finishes at will. With unique products such as the spotted Air Force No. 1 "crater", Nike continues to add to its extensive AF1 series, with new models that have both metallic and reflective accents. This model is mainly white, with soft gray toes, lace guards and back, reminiscent of the coveted Dior Air Jordan 1. The metallic, almost two-tone swoosh logo adds sharp contrast and size, as it seems to switch between gold and green. The reflective material highlights the creative elements of the silhouette. Unlike the standard white shoelaces, the shoelaces selected for this shoe have reflective stitching details. The color of the heel seems to be the same as the gray used in sports shoes, and it is also reflective.

As a product of Adidas Brooklyn Creator Farm, N3XT L3V3L has not received enough attention like other basketball products of the "Three Stripes", New Release Yeezy Boost 350 although its performance is widely praised. However, the 2020 model of this model is trying to change this status quo through two newly launched color schemes. Although mainly wearing "core black" or "signal powder", the duo allowed the signature design details of the sneakers to be recognizable. A seamless, Primeknit upper looks smoother than the one worn by Cui Yang in the NBA when he was inaugurated by the Atlanta Hawks. Both sides are reinforced by synthetic leather coverings, and the side walls have strong midfoot support. The tongue and heel pull-tab design provides a function for the sock-like silhouette; the reminiscent of the "foot you wear" (FYW) outsole also imitates this, providing grip for light strokes Enhance the cushioning performance of the upper part of the shoe.