New Jordan 2020, 2022 is off to a great start, and there's a lot to look forward to in the coming months. However, among the many revelations, the return of the Air Jordan 3 "Fire Red" is undoubtedly the most exciting. And, given that the shoe will feature "Nike Air" on the heel, the Retro will likely appeal to as many old fans as new ones. Compared to their 2013 debut, the pair luckily don't have the Jumpman logo on the rear. As mentioned, "Nike Air" takes the crown, giving the upcoming iteration a more authentic feel to the 1988 original. Elsewhere, the color scheme should be instantly recognizable, dominated by white leather. So the titular "fire red" accentuates the collar, midsole and eyelets, while grey neutrals and a signature cement print adorn the remaining eyes and toe/counter.
2020 Cheap Jordans, Nike's fictitious "athletic club" has begun signing up for the 2022 season. One of the first shoes to be accepted was the Air Force 1, which received a fresh, college-inspired makeover. The whole package is objectively simple, relying on a limited palette of colors and materials. The suede upper features dark green accents with white accents on the tongue tab and Swoosh. Compared to the "Athletic Club" branding throughout, red branding at the heel adds a bold but still thematic addition, spelling out "AF-1" with chunky college-style embroidery.
Retro Jordan 2021, The Jordan Delta 2, like most of Jumpman's lifestyle products, isn't quite as popular as the flagship. However, to replicate the runner's appeal, the brand added the much-loved "college blue" colorway. While not an Air Jordan 1, this shoe does offer a similar level of quality with a premium suede toe cap. Cool tones add to its appeal while also connecting it to the similarly styled leather eyestays and heel. Elsewhere, neutrals make up most of the structure, including the outlines of the lettering, tools, nylon tongues and various branding.
New Jordan Release, It's cold outside and I'm sure everyone can think of the upcoming summer weather. Nike also created the Dunk Low SE "Sun Club," a vibrant ode to the beloved season. The shoe comes in a variety of pastel shades, many of which are wrapped in more neutral tan leather. As with recent offerings, the material appears to be sustainably sourced and has an unusual texture. The same goes for the base, which has a fibrous exterior similar to natural fabric. The toe and center are pink, the collar is green, and the tongue is tropical orange, the latter featuring a veritable "Sun Club" graphic. Additionally, the Swoosh, laces and tread provide complementary accents, rounding out one of the silhouette's most colorful additions to date.